Trippin’ on Acid Wash Denim

Ana Prodanovich wearing an acid was denim set.

Fashion has resurrected the 80s and in turn, denim is back and bolder than ever. The 80s were a decade of great fashion excess in all the best ways possible (with the exception of mullets). Get ready to customize your denim jackets with pins and acid wash the heck out of your jeans. After spending so much time wearing 70s fashions, I can’t wait to see how the 80s will inspire streetwear. And as you can see from my denim on denim set, I couldn’t wait to start.

I purchased this set while I was home in Florida at a consignment store called Audrey’s of Naples. Many people don’t know this, but Naples is the heaven of consignment. Retirees make up most of the population and they love to sell their vintage pieces here. I always stumble upon the best vintage, especially in this store. In general, I have been trying to shop in more consignment stores; I find that the deals are better and the clothes are more unique.

Ever since starting this blog I have watched my personal style continuously evolve. Lately, I have been dressing in neutral colors that even this outfit was a huge statement for me. I must admit that it took me some time to feel comfortable in it. However, I like follow my intuition when deciding what to wear and somehow it always falls in line with the times. So here’s to wearing statement denim fearlessly!

Ana Prodanovich wearing an acid was denim set.

 

Ana Prodanovich wearing an acid was denim set.

 

Ana Prodanovich wearing an acid was denim set.

 

Ana Prodanovich wearing an acid was denim set.

 

Ana Prodanovich wearing an acid was denim set.

 

Ana Prodanovich wearing an acid was denim set.

 

Ana Prodanovich wearing an acid was denim set.

 

Ana Prodanovich wearing an acid was denim set.

 

Ana Prodanovich wearing an acid was denim set.

Credits: Styling by Ana Prodanovich, Stills by Hernan

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