1990’s Indie Style In Objects Without Meaning Fall-Winter 2015-2016

Alexandra Michelle behind Objects Without Meaning presents her new Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season women's ready to wear collection. The brand offers indie style clothing, including 1990's inspired high-waisted jeans, rounded jackets, knits, pale-blue jeans with cropped, flared legs, etc. Each one of the presented garments can be mixed and matched with your wardrobe essentials. I love the way designer experiments with color and prints. The color palette is full of grungy inspired hues: black, dark navy, olive, and cream white. All in all, if you are searching for something creative, simple and easy to style, then you are more than welcome to view Objects Without Meaning fall collection:

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Fashion model appears in a black wrap wool blazer styled with cream white shirt tucked in pale blue jeans.

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This black dress looks quite grunge inspired to me. In love with its simple design.

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There is kind of country touch in this outfit. We see a black wrap jacket worn atop suede dress.

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Totally white outfit comes with a layered look. In love with its elongated silhouette.

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Make everyone jealous. We see a perfect pale blue boyfriends blazer worn atop black tee that is tucked in high-waisted jeans.

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Khaki olive wrap jacket looks awesome worn atop white cream tee that is tucked in ankle-length flares.

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Khaki olive coat is worn atop pinstripe separates.

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