Author: Maia Wilson

Physically raised in Texas, mentally ready for New York. Fashion is my daily dose of inspiration and motivation, along with my family, friends and God.
What the Other Person Thinks

What The Other Person Thinks [Published Article]

Often I walk into my closet inspired by the clothes that I have worn numerous times, to make new again by styling them in a different manner. I am excited and quite proud of a new look I have put together in a matter of minutes (because I am usually running late). I walk outside suddenly feeling a little self-conscious…

How to Get Dressed in Vintage

As I’ve learned more about the industry I want to ultimately have a career in, I’ve realized how much waste clothes are in relation to the earth’s sustainability. The clothing industry is the second most harmful pollution to our planet, first being oil. I’m not saying we can’t buy any new clothes ever again because that’s definitely not what I’m…

Relaxed Luxe: Visuals + Music Playlist

As this new year turns into just a typical beginning, there is a lingering feeling of unknown and some how that seems luxurious. It is almost like the unknown could be a dreamy spot opposite of this negative vibe the world is currently living through (i.e. the inauguration). This curiosity it’s luxurious form is settling and brings optimism, which in…

Milking It for All It’s Worth in the New Year

When I look back on the year I’ve had it’s all kind of a blur. I had some achievements that I am very proud of, but there were also really hard times I faced. This year I turned 20 and it was my first birthday where I actually couldn’t believe my age. I felt like I was a 15-year-old on…

A Glance at Menswear from A$AP Rocky

Men’s fashion often gets criticized for its slow trends and similar aesthetics, but when you really look at men’s clothing the smallest details make the clothes. I have recently become more interested in men’s fashion for this reason and decided to feature a male in the style icon section. My personal style I would say is a combo of men’s…

Mustard on the Side: Visuals + Music Playlist

Leave the Ketchup out For me, November was the month of warmth, or keeping warm that is. It finally felt like winter had come and it was all about being snug- in the sweaters I wore, the blankets I curled in, and the music I listen to. The color, mustard reminds me of this feeling. It’s the color of audacity…

Farewell to Summer in a Week of Outfits

In Texas, there are few signs that summer is leaving us— the somewhat cooler weather, the gloomier skies, and the pumpkin flavored everything. So as an ode to the steamy season, I have styled 5 days of outfits to sartorially express what I will miss about Summer. These looks are pieces from my own closet that I have repeatedly worn…

8 People Who are Redefining Creativity [Published Articles]

I’m a sucker for inspiration. As in I am always looking for new ways to stay inspired because honestly, I get bored easily. There are a few people that caught my eye this month and I want to share their stories with you. If you read my birthday post, you know one of my goals this year for The Inner…

Frank Ocean

Welcome Back Frank-September Playlist

This month is the month for Frank Ocean. As you should know Frankie has not released an album since 2012, FOUR YEARS AGO. I wanted to literally make this entire playlist the Frank Ocean album, but thought I would spare you the unoriginal playlist and instead provide you with a mixed list of my favorite hip hop/soul songs I’ve been…

Happy Birthday to The Inner Lining: She’s 1!

Guyzzz! It’s been a whole year since I’ve started this blog! Thank you if you are reading this sentence right now because you have clicked on the link and have spent at least five seconds of your free time looking at my site— that means a lot, so thanks! As much as I would like to thank you repeatedly that…