A huge perk of living in a city with consistent weather year-round is not having to think about the functionality of our clothes. That is, we rarely have to worry about dressing to face different metereological conditions (wind chill, rain, snow, etc.) so we have come to perceive clothes as more of an accessory, less a survival necessity. Then we travel and this mentalityâ€”groomed by years of not having to worry about whether our outfit will help or hinder us in an apocalypseâ€”gets us in trouble. It’s the reason we found ourselves this week in the Outer Banks facing 64-degrees and 13mph winds in nothing but ripped jeans and a thin, long-sleeve t-shirt. (Apparently what we call “Fall clothes” in Miami is severely inadequate for dealing with actual Fall weather.) Although frozen solid and absolutely miserable, we decided to grin and bear it for a long overdue Miami style post because nothing is prettier with Fall clothing photo shoots than actual signs of Fall in the background. Plus, if the clothes are useless at keeping us warm, they damn well better make us look cute. What do you think?
Thrifter Miami Diamond Beanie
Italia Independent I-Metal Sunnies in Army
High neck white t-shirt (similar here and here)
Forever 21 “Show Me” Graphic Flannel Shirtdress
H&M Super Skinny Low Ripped Jeans
Black moto ankle booties (similar here and here)
Photography by Brad WellsThank you for using Soul Of Miami!