I HAVE AN ADDICTION!
I am addicted to fashion! I love it. I often wake up thinking about the next step for TheFullColorLife. I usually tell people this blog keeps me out of trouble. What is something in your life that gets you excited? What do you love doing? What is a good, healthy addiction in your life? High End Junkie is a Chicago clothing brand that literally paints this message.
GOOD ADDICTIONS ONLY.
I am such a believer in doing things that create a pep in your step and gives you a reason to be healthy, live without fear and without limitations.
“This project is the brainchild of Q. Hudson, who does not consider herself a fashion designer, but merely a visual artist using a new canvas. The brand officially launched in 2013, and features 1:1 custom hand-painted apparel & accessories. The bold & bright colors and fabric options are carefully selected in an attempt to distinguish the brand amongst an over-saturated market of brands relying on black & nude color ways.” – High End Junkie
Q. Hudson talks about having an addiction to the finer things in life should push you to do better… “and allow you to set yourself up to be in a position to attain and maintain the lifestyle you desire”.
I met Q. Hudson at a fashion pop-up event and she gifted me the tie dye tee and the hat featured in this photoshoot. I love the bright colors… obviously. Colors are my thing. I have for sure worn this hat a bunch already and love the artistic textures.
High End Junkie has been worn by many celebrities like NBA Champion Iman Shumpert and Nick Cannon…. You could be next! Get addicted to the finer things and life and push yourself to be the best you can be! I would love for you to check out High End Junkie and tell them Hannah Lynn sent you!
I gave you two looks you can try with a jean dress. Casual and Classic. Try both! Remember don’t limit yourself!
Today’s two words for this outfit are GOOD ADDICTIONS
This shoot was taken in front of a mural called We All Live Here. It is a movement for public schools in Chicago.
“We all live here’s mission is to use art, community, and technology to remind us all to get along and help each other to succeed.”
Photos by Hannah Kavanagh