AT MNSTRM we love the LGBTQ community and strive to highlight the unique style of queer women all over the world. We reached out to our favorite fashion forward influencers to get the inside scoop on their wardrobe, styling techniques, and more.
Today we have Savannah Wright, a singer, songwriter, ice hockey player, painter, and so much more. She shares her own original music, fashion inpso, and travel adventures on her social media platforms so definitely check her out @savi613.
Who are you and what is your passion?
My name is Savannah Wright (usually just go by Sav) and I have multiple passions- all which I like to believe make me a better version of myself. I have many athletic passions (MMA, Jiu-Jitsu, ice hockey, and weight training), but I also have many creative passions (photography, writing, painting, architecture, and songwriting). In the past year, my newest passion has grown from having social media for fun, to becoming an LGBTQ+ influencer and activist.
You have 60 seconds to put together an outfit. What do you wear?
Joggers, sneakers, a hoodie, and a hat (usually backwards haha). Silver chain on ALWAYS
What's your #1 tip for putting together a cohesive look?
I wear a lot of black, white, and gray. And really, you can never go wrong with those colours. Wearing black also makes me feel powerful and strong. And it compliments any other bright colour I might throw into my outfit.
What's your current favorite article of clothing?
This is tough, but probably my gray joggers. Can never go wrong with a good pair of joggers and they’re sooo comfortable.
How does clothing fit into your every day life?
Honestly, clothing has always been a struggle for me because I aim to dress on the more masculine side, however my body is very curvy and feminine. A lot of time, men’s clothing won’t fit my hips or my butt and will be way too loose on my waist. Find good clothing has been important to make me feel comfortable and confident.
What's a style or trend that you just don't understand? What's a style or trend you wish you could bring back?
Hmmm I don’t think there’s anything that I don’t understand and I’m a HUGE advocate for people wearing whatever they feel the happiest and most comfortable in. I do think I would be cool to bring back anything from the 80s and I wish I grew up in that decade because their style was sooooo fun.
Who do you look at for fashion inspo or advice?
I look to a lot of other masculine-presenting women to see what they’re wearing (articles of clothing and brands) and to get inspiration for new looks that I can try to pull off. I would also consider fashion to include body positivity, so I’m a hugeee supporter of body positive influencers!!
Where can we find you? (social media)
Tik Tok: savi613
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