I hadn't even started self-isolation for more than 24 hours when I was knee-deep in Hulu's latest show Hi-Fiand tried to unpack every inch of what made Zoë Kravitz's outfits – no, the whole being on the screen – so damn stylish. I swear that with the second or third outfit her character Rob turns into, the first episode has already desperately scanned my own closet in my head to find out how I can easily recreate a sliver of hers effortlessly cool. Grunge inspired style of the 90s.
You see, Rob and her crew from Brooklynites exist on the show, listening to vinyl (including the enigmatic Da & # 39; Vine Joy Randolph, whose character also serves as a little bit of fire), but the style on the show teleports me back until the 90s. When I see how Kravitz styled the 90s trends like a slim leather trench coat or one of their many vintage Hawaiian shirts, I see everyone's favorite decade styles in a new light – and may even have my current shopping list new prioritized.
It should come as no surprise that Kravitz on screen is as stylish as IRL, but keep me entertained for a few more minutes while I find another reason to follow her style, isn't it? Let's go ahead to see her best Hi-Fi Outfits and buy the coordinating pieces inspired by the 90s that suddenly really appeal to me.
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