Grunge - is actually a subgenre of punk music that turned into a fashion statement later on which introduced torn and faded jeans, flannel shirts, and ratty t-shirts (That's according to my research of course), but now this fashion statement has really evolved into something more complicated, someone tampered basic grunge with hands from the modern world.

I have recently been exposed into grunge fashion because of the people surrounding me and I’m honestly getting fond of it. No I’m not changing my style but I’m certainly exploring the world of fashion. It’s in my lust of dressing up that’s driving me to explore other genres and its either I’m gonna lose my style or I’m gonna find a new one, or better yet I’ll be known to be the fashion blogger who suits up everything.

Here’s one of the outfits during our photoshoot styled by Aidx Paredes and Photographed by Deby Binalla.

Clothes from and styled by Aidx Paredes
Photo by Aidx Paredes and Deby Binalla

1 comment:

  1. You pull off the grunge look really well! The hat and shoes make the look work.