Texturize

tex·tur·ize

teks-chuh-rahyz]  
verb (used with object), tex·tur·ized, tex·tur·iz·ing.
to give texture or a particular texture to: texturized yarn.

It may not sound like it, but texturize IS actually a world, not just something made up by George W. Bush during his presidency. My definition, however, refers to the action of adding texture to one's outfit through unexpected means: e.g., a pair of lace-textured oxblood jeans, leather jacket, and peep-toe mesh booties. The mix of textures is subtle but scrumptious, adding enough interest to keep a patterned button-down fresh and fun. Mix velvet, silk, corduroy, leather, fur, denim, and more until desired effect is achieved.
Also, how cute is this? My photographer and I both happened to be wearing these Zara pants when we met up! Don't you love how Betty styled hers?
Top: Zara, Pants: Zara, Leather Jacket: Leith (old), Booties: Ash (old)
Photos by Betty Liu and XL Photography

Get the look:

1 comment:

  1. This is the perfect autumn/winter outfit! Obsessed with your shoes and sunglasses!

    If you like, check out my latest outfit post?

    Jessxo

    http://mindbodyshop.blogspot.com.au/

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