SAVANNAH'S STANDOUT Style and Vibrant Voice
She grew up admiring the music of Janis Joplin and the Beatles; today, Savannah Outen has created an impressive base of her own fans on the hottest social platform of the moment.
With accomplishments like performing on her own float during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade the Youtube sensation says that her favorite part about her passion is the vast platform that it has given her. “I can really reach people from all over the world.”
“Just being able to connect with a ton of people has been really amazing… it’s what I’ve always dreamed of doing.”
Every woman draws inspiration from somewhere or someone. Maybe it’s your super-stylish aunt , or maybe it’s one of the Instagram influencers you frequently find yourself scrolling through. For Savannah Outen, it’s a time period- a decade to be exact. Her music, and style, are most inspired by the 70’s: the decade of searching for peace, iconic music, and of course, equally iconic fashion.
Savannah loves classic fashion figures like Twiggy and Audrey Hepburn, and uses them as style muses with a bit of her own modern flare mixed in. As is often the case with artists, fashion plays a major role in Savannah’s life and themes throughout her music. In her latest music video, “Sad In The Summer”, Savannah radiates Bridget Bardot vibes down to the voluminous hair and retro-revival look, which are totally in tune with her unique sound. With a big voice and big style, we’re sure our #JINGInsider is going to be making even bigger moves.
Savannah has no time to spare fretting over creating an ensemble every morning; she needs classic pieces that are trend-forward and built to last -and that’s why she (and thousands of other women) trust their wardrobe to J.ING. This dedication to style and quality is a part of our ethos and we’re proud to have her as a #JINGInsider.
We’re digging Savannah’s groovy style vibes -and so were our designers. J.ING’s Fall/Winter pieces are all about vintage glam updated for the modern woman with cool patterns, luxurious materials, and breezy silhouettes. Here, Savannah picks out a few of her favorites from the collection.
Sporting a very 70s-appropriate neutral geometric patterned sweater and J.ING’s Priscilla skirt, accessorized with a playful, beatnik style hat.
Savannah takes monochromatic to new heights with this super-chic ensemble. Our silky Charlene top is tucked into shorts with funky thigh-highs and a long trench. An up-do highlights her collarbones -simple yet sexy.