New Punk: Lady Punk, photo 3. Photo Credit: Mechelle Avey.Spring Transition Fashion: Ciao Punk (Lady Punk). Alwaysuttori.com

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New Punk: Lady Punk, photo 3. Photo Credit: Mechelle Avey.Spring Transition Fashion: Ciao Punk (Lady Punk). Alwaysuttori.com

Spring Transition Fashion: Ciao Punk (Lady Punk)

It’s finally here, the last look in our spring transition fashion, and the last look for our new punk series. I can’t help but feel a bit nostalgic for this last new punk look. After all, we’ve taken punk from Gothic to Victorian, and from preppy to this, our final

Spring Transition Fashion: Gothic Punk. Photo Credit: Mechelle Avey. Alwaysuttori.com

Spring Transition Fashion: Gothic Punk

Fashion seems to want the advent of spring to be light, airy, and flowery. Heck, I’d like that too, but that’s a false spring. There’s a reason for the old Farmer’s Almanac saying: March roars in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.  The transition to spring, for

I'mari Avey, New Punk Style: Girly Punk, Photo 2. Photo Credit: Mechelle Avey.New Punk Style: Girly Punk. Alwaysuttori.com

New Punk Style: Girly Punk

Welcome to a new age, and a new punk. We’re continuing to contrast romantic and punk spring transition fashion with todayā€™s Girly Punk look. In comparison to the romantic look from Monday, this girl punk look is light, bright, and flirty, it’s not your typical punk. Typically, punk is supposed

I'mari Avey, INTJ fashion blogger, wearing preppy punk, photo 1. Photo Credit: Mechelle Avey. Spring Fashion: Prepping for Punk. Alwaysuttori.com

Spring Fashion: Prepping for Punk

Itā€™s a new month and a new fashion theme. This month, we will be highlighting the contrast between romance and punk fashion. In my mind, it’s an interesting contrast that plays to the INTJā€™s love of paradoxes. Look at it this way: the INTJ, though quiet, is the opposite of

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