It's our second time shooting here at Mare Island, and I'm still amazed by this area's deserted and rustic feel. Mare Island is full of abandoned and seemingly "haunted" buildings that are mostly closed off to the public. Some places, like the one we shot at, are open to walk around, but not go in. Brandon and I were driving around trying to find a place to shoot at, and I got excited when we drove by this white walled structure. Every side of this building looked different, and the material used to make each side was different from the last. It was pretty interesting. Kind of like how monochromatic walls look interesting with different material, monochromatic outfits look more interesting with different textures.
I'm a huge fan of joggers, so this one from TripleThread is going to be one of my new staples. I decided to work my outfit around these joggers, so I went with a monochromatic look and, as usual, whipped out my moto jacket to toughen up the look. To add a contrast and something to pop from my outfit, I wore my favorite SunglassSpot sunnies.
I've been going for the casual look lately and sporting a lot of joggers. How do you guys like to wear joggers? Glammed up or casual? Let me know in the comments!
SUNGLASSES c/o SunglassSpot || EARRINGS & NECKLACES & BODYSUIT c/o Charlotte Russe || JACKET c/o Tidebuy || PANTS c/o TripleThread || SHOES H&M
Photography: Brandon Lee Davis
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