Style The Lipstick Fever


Music has always been a huuuuge part of my identity and creative spirit. I like to start off my week with a morning run in the park, blasting my favorite pump up songs to give myself a swift kick in the ass. Music has just always given me that buzz. And if we’re keeping it real, all of those songs are sung by mah LADIES. From Rihanna, Bey, and Lady Gaga to newer artists like SZA and Halsey that have come on the scene, I love them all. Their music gets me going, gets me moving, and gets me INSPIRED to kick ass in whatever I’m working on each day, and more importantly working towards in the bigger picture. Check out my curated female badass playlist on spotify below <3

That dope playlist

Ellie Mae Studios is a brand that aligns with the foundations in which TLF was created on, and that is to encourage women to step out with confidence, fearless creativity, and individual style.  Collaborating with them on their Fall collection was a complete no-brainer. The other thing that we have in common is a mutual love and lust for MUSIC. They even have a dope collection of vintage items including rock n’roll tees that you can shop here. 

As an ode to Ellie Mae Studios, music, and the badass females that always represent, I’m showing you guys how to style up two of their coats, perfect for this season.   If this was TLF’s album cover (clearly dreaming on that one), I hope to god I’d be wearing one of Ellie’s rocker chic jackets.  The Clarissa jacket is bold, girlie, and edgy all at the same time. Not to mention, can be styled casually or dressed up. Their Cole coat takes rocker chic to another level, with insane floral details and antique buttons. Both elevating the feminine spirt with vintage and modern touches, their pieces will make you feel like a complete female badass this fall.

Coat: Ellie Mae Studios | Skirt: Free People | Sunnies: Weekday Stores | Boots: Office | Lipstick: Bite Beauty

Coat: Ellie Mae Studios | Pants: Asos | Sunnies: Weekday Stores | Bag: Celine | Lipstick: MAC Cosmetics

Thank you Ellie Mae Studios for collaborating on this post!

Photography by: Lisa Richov

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