"Remember me?" my tartan skirt asks. He made his last appearance in a preppy schoolgirl look, so I gave him another chance to woo you with his punkier potential. I wore this to class last week, and when I walked in, my professor said "you're all 80s punk today! I hope someone comes in wearing a mod 1960s look to balance it out." I told her that I'd wear a mod outfit next week. And that I take requests. Should I take requests? Yes, I think I should. If you have an idea, tell me here. There's a million and one ways to wear a plaid mini. I've seen Jessi rock a red kilt skirt with every color and shoe combo imaginable. Somehow it always looks good... kinda like plaid skirts have this all-powerful presence where whatever they say goes. Makes me want to get REALLY wild with experimentation... and by 'wild' of course I mean zebra print and leopard.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Beanie - H&M
Sunglasses - 80s Purple, www.80spurple.com
Leather jacket - Diesel
Rolling stones tee - Secondhand
Cross necklace - THIS IS TRANSITION, http://www.thisistransition.com/oto-gelb
Skirt - YES STYLE, www.yesstyle.com
Platforms - NATURAL COLOUR, www.natural-colour.com
(P.S. sorry about my scratch/chin bruise/knee abrasion... I fell face-forward on concrete a few days ago while sprinting to the bus stop! Not pretty.)
I hope you guys are ready to get high on pictures of my AMERICAN FLAG PLATFORMS. Can't you imagine my face when I found these on Natural Colour???? No? Is that because I never make expressions besides 'bored' 'aloof' 'vaguely angry' and 'detached' while photographing mysef?? Except for THAT ONE TIME. Just try to imagine someone seeing what they consider to be actually THE best flat shoes in their closet for the first time ever. I feel bad for my plain black creepers because they're obsolete now that I have lace-ups with flag print. Sorry, bad boys... y'all got put out of a job with no severance package. Step up your game! You can buy these babies HERE.
Everything is infinite,