While I was at the laundromat, I did another impromptu photoshoot there. I know I must sound totally mad, but I truly do think it is a totally glamorous place to shoot and the pictures always come out great. I went a punk with this, since I had to wear my leather jacket (I was there to wash all of my other jackets) and I went black and white with my Docs for some color.
Fashion Credits:Vintage Lesco’s Leather Jacket, Xhilaration Skirt and Shirt, Wal-Mart Tights, Vintage Doc Martens, Cosmopolitan Bag, Thrifted Chain (on bag), Forever 21 Ring, Mark Poulin Necklace.
I had to go to the laundromat recently to wash some coats with delicate linings. They looked so pretty hanging together when they got done, I had to photograph them. The first and last coats belong to my brothers, but they are very much my style. This definitely sells me on the inspiration value of having a hanging clothes rack in my room.
Last month, when it was a little warmer, I wanted to do a kind of a quirkier twist on a school girl uniform/librarian outfit. I went with the Chucks, ripped tights and studded belt for some punky-ness, but then I decided to do a twist on that as well and get out my blue fox shirt from Australia and the matching socks from Pismo Beach. If anything, this is proof that I really would have sucked at wearing my school uniform. Lucky that I didn’t have one.
Fashion Credits: Merona Cardigan, Hot Options Top, Xhilaration Skirt, Wal-Mart Tights, Belt from my love, The Sock Drawer Socks (Pismo), Converse High-Tops, Mark Poulin Necklace, Jewelmint Ring, Forever 21 Cross Ring.
So, I’ve recently been quite in love with this leather jacket. I was admittedly not smitten with it when I got it, so it hung in my entryway for about a year. But, I got all of my other coats dirty and sort of accidentally came to love this one. This is how I wore it recently to toughen up some frilly green things.
Fashion Credits: Vintage Lesco’s Leather Jacket, Target sweater, Skirt by me, Onyx Ring by me, Forever 21 Safety Pin Ring.
To celebrate Thanksgiving tomorrow, I decided to try to be a little bit festive and post something that made sense. I don’t have any Thanksgiving themed fabric, but these are some cloth napkins I made recently from a pattern I got at my Grandma’s house in Arizona. I did a sewing theme, because sewing themed fabric is generally super cute; but really it’s just folding that makes them look so cool.
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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
So, earlier this month, my love and I had the two and a half year anniversary of getting together. I had classes that day, so it was late by the time I was available for dinner and I’m sorry that these are kinda dark. These shots include the very lovely roses he bought me and the card I made him. It was a great night (and weekend, actually). ♥
Fashion Credits: Merona Cardigan, Forever 21 Fox Print Dress (shown as skirt), Fox Scarf by me (Get your own here: link ), Wal-Mart Tights, Vintage Doc Martens, Mark Poulin Necklace.
As I’ve said before, I’ve been bad and spent too much on doll clothes. I had a gift card my uncle gave me for my birthday, so I spent some of it on this outfit pack for Lagoona. I actually really wanted the dress to see if I can recreate the skirt, but the clear bag and shoes are awesome. I put it on Spectra since she’s transparent too.
This is an outfit from a while back, before all of the plants froze, but when it was cold like it is now. I was going for kind of a collegiate/school girl thing with the white shirt, but I doubt I’ll do it again, since that dress really doesn’t need a secondary collar. It was cool to pose with such tall roses; but I do think that the last shot was definitely the best.
Fashion Credits: Vintage Lesco’s Leather jacket, Target scarf, Dress sewn by me, Thrifted white shirt, Wal-Mart tights, Merona boots, Forever 21 fox ring, Argento skull ring, October Origin studded ring.
This is another recent outfit of mine that I wore when it was a bit warmer. I had been dying to come up with a way to wear my fox socks since I bought them this summer, so I decided to do it in red and black, mixed print layers. That dress and cardigan are a bit fancy and I know the Docs aren’t, so it was meant to be a sort of dressed up grunge vibe.
Fashion Credits: Allen B. Dress, Chadwicks Cardigan, Wal-Mart Tights, Socks from The Sock Shop (Berkeley), Vintage Doc Martens, Forever 21 Ring, Necklace from my love.