My style has always been more about streetwear looks than heel-wearing high fashion. The hip-hop-infused fashion genre has an undeniably stylish edge that can be worn comfortably to a business meeting or boozy brunch date.
Women like jewelry and fashion designer Melody Ehsani prove we can channel the boys, while still finding that sweet spot between swag and feminine polish.
For years, streetwear designers like Leah McSweeney, founder and CEO of Married To The Mob, have been authorities on what's hot. They've built shops at the epicenter of boys-only streetwear blocks, like LA's Fairfax Avenue, and some have also launched women's collections for predominantly male brands, like Diamond Supply Co.'s designer Bana Bongolan.
As you spring clean your wardrobe, remember to refresh your closet with these streetwear-approved pieces.
Melody Ehsani lets us know statement earrings are still in.
There's no limit to wearing throwback tees like image consultant Aleali May.
Bana Bongolan, head women's designer at Diamond Supply Co., welcomes the return of Oxfords.
Marta Goldschmied proves embroidered denim never dies with this Made Gold design.
Orange is officially the new black according to Natalia Maczek, CEO of MISBHV.
Call the shots in a coach jacket like HLZBLZ creator Lawn Alabanza-Barcena.
Leah McSweeney, Married To The Mob's HBIC, knows a varsity jacket is a vital part of any fashion A-game.
Dust off your '90s goth choker in the name of Queen Vashtie Kola.
Bring french tips back in a unique way like Nicole Phung, PR and marketing manager for HUF.
Make casual sneakers a spring staple like Angie Dita, designer for Vans.
Sammy Jo, co-owner of FRUITION Las Vegas, shows you should pass up florals for printed athleisure.
Take a cue from Joy Claire, founder of Clairvoyant Agency, and round out your spring look with futuristic aviators.