Open Post: Hosted By My New Fashion Idol Bringing Pure Elegance To The Streets

August 1, 2016 / Posted by:

I never knew that Paul Anka was a future-seer. I mean, it’s 100% obvious that he wrote the lyrics, “She’s got style, she’s got grace, she’s a winner, she’s a lady,” after looking into his crystal ball and seeing this pristine drew drop of demure perfection hitting the ho stroll in ass-less bootcut jeans from the 90s.

This flawless goddess is Erika Jordan. Erika Jordan describes herself in her Twitter bio as being an actress, certified love coach, spokesperson for, Playboy TV host, sexpert and entrepreneur. Erika Jordan is a queen of all trades, but she left out one very important title in her bio. Erika Jordan forgot to mention that she is the reincarnation of Coco Chanel and she proved that yesterday when she sashayed onto Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood in a stunning ensemble fit for a high-paid 90s lot lizard.

Erika’s outfit is sophistication personified from her Fredrick’s of Hollywood circa 1991 crop top to her vintage nalgas-baring whisker jeans from Merry Go Round’s exclusive black label collection to those Steve Madden chunky-heeled boots. This is something Julia Roberts’ character would’ve worn in Pretty Woman if her character had class.

Every major fashion designer has probably scrapped their entire upcoming collection and is redesigning a new one that features many pairs of ass-less 90s jeans. They shouldn’t even bother because only Erika Jordan has the natural grace to pull them off. With that being said, I’m totally going to try to work a pair of sand-washed denim chaps to the next formal event I’m invited to.


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