At first I was skeptical. Miley was claiming she couldn’t stop but I really wanted her to. Flash-forward a few weeks and I have fully converted to Miley-ism. I’m maybe a little obsessed with Miley 2.0. I shamefully spent my Wednesday giddily excited to watch MTV’s “Miley: The Movement.” Seriously, watch it if only for the endless stream of quotable lines. She touches on important topics like the American justice system (“We’re in 2013. I live in America where we’re the land of the free, and I feel like if you can’t express yourself, you’re not very free), her inner self (“the bad bitch I really am”), her world domination plan (“For me, the movement has to be bigger than just a record. For me, a movement represents like taking over the world.”), and meat weaponry (“I just want to go out there and shoot a hot dog gun.”). There was also a lot of “twerk,” “gettin’ turnt up,” and “dope” thrown around.
By the end of the documentary I realized the more I see it, the more want to cop Miley’s look. In a brief moment of Miley-induced insanity I considered chopping my hair. I think the girl has style and she’s a risk taker and that is something that is always to be admired. Whatever your feelings are towards her, there’s no denying that she looks cool. I’m not suggesting we all run out and buy a latex bikini but there are some awesome ways to incorporate her aesthetic into your everyday looks.
Get Miley’s signature red pout with the Limecrime Opaque Lipstick in Retrofuturist.
This one’s pretty easy – all you need is the Drench 8Eye Boot in Matte Cherry Red from Dr. Martens.
And for the signature white crop, we give you the Belladonna Top from Glamorous.