Luanna Perez: The Grunge Queen

I discovered Luanna Perez many years ago through her instagram. I don't mean to sound like a hipster but I followed her before she was super popular haha. When I looked through her profile my jaw literally dropped open, her fashion sense blows my mind. Her outfits are sophisticated and very well thought out. When I try to dress grunge I end up looking homeless instead of cool, but Luanna balances grunge with high fashion androgyny. Oh and her makeup and hair are gorgeous!
Luanna Perez is a 23 year old peruvian fashion blogger who has a very unique fashion sense. In this interview Luanna states that she likes to describe her style as grunge, gothic, bohemian with a dab of 80's, 90's and a vintage touch. The elderly provide her with inspiration as well due to their natural vintage fashion sense. This girl is awesome. Her outfits are awesome. Her makeup is awesome. Her hair is awesome. This chick is just... awesome.
She likes to wear creepers, basic tees and lots of leather. Oh, and she has exclaimed many times how she is addicted to thrift shopping. Usually, when people think of fashion they think of big brands in New York or L.A, but Luanna creates a bridge between high fashion and the common girl (like me). She proves that you don't need to be rich to dress unique, all you need is creativity. Work with what you have, modify a few of your pieces, and be confident in what you choose to wear that day. Many of the things she wears can be found at forever21, charlotte russe, hot topic and any thrift shop! Take a look for yourself, you probably have a few of these items already in your closet.
The reason I like her so much is because she is not pretentious. She doesn't promote expensive fancy clothes. Luanna always inspires others to work with what they have and to dress it up however they want. She is proof that the best thing you can wear is confidence.


  1. You should also check out she's a Honduran blogger


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