Fall is here, and weather-beating black boots have hit the streets. But while that footgear may be a staple, Jerome Maestas makes his look unique with a sensational take on accessories, including turning a necklace into a shoulder embellishment. Keep reading to learn his style mantra, which singer designed his bag and, of course, what's inside the bag.
Name: Jerome Maestas.
Spotted at: Sixth and Lincoln Street.
Profession: Hairstylist/ entertainer.
Favorite film: I really love the Scream trilogy.
Autumn anthem: Christina Aguilera's new song, "My Body."
Style inspirations/icons: Alexander McQueen is really edgy and funky, a little dark, and makes good party clothes. I really like Adam Levine's casual yet chic appearance as well.
Favorite color: Purple.
Favorite accessory: Earrings are my favorite. I have about thirty pairs. I have a set of studs in, plus another pair.
Style mantra: When you're looking good, you're feeling good.
Shops at: A consignment store in Aspen, Las Vegas and California. If something catches my eye, I'll take it, no matter where I'm at.
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Check out what's in Jerome Maestas's bag on page 2! Singer Gwen Stefani designs a collection called L.A.M.B. This black-and-white mini-duffle bag is from that line. The gothic-style text it's covered in reads: "Love. Angel. Music. Baby." Let's go in for a closer inspection... We have an olive green, Paul Frank iPhone case with the symbolic Julius, the monkey. We also have a Drag Nation ticket, as well as Maestas's business cards. See him at Chopz if you need a cut! And a fake mustache! "There are always some random things in my bag," says Maestas.
Style analysis: Maestas proves that sticking to the black-and-white basics never goes out of style -- especially if you give those basics a twist, as Maestas does with his shoulder detail, houndstooth hat and smoke-colored jeans.
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