Harem pants and a Hawaiian tee make for a pretty strong last minute look. Me and my sister shot these photos at a choice time of day in an accidentally not-so-choice part of town. In fact, the brick alley we unintentionally 'glamorized' in these pics was so riddled with trash and filth that my sister feared a "disaster tourism" theme would taint the entire photoshoot. Rest assured that no matter how many sick "but piles of discarded furniture and styrofoam are abstract installations" jokes I make, I recognize that poverty is real... and not a conflict to fetishize. To keep things positive, I'll direct your attention to mah beanie from The Streets Are Calling store and gradient shades from Foster Grant! No better distraction from the Real World than Retail right lol peace love fashion commerce xo!!!!
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Beanie - THE STREETS ARE CALLING
Sunglasses - Foster Grant
Mexican blanket jacket - Secondhand
Hawaiian tee - Secondhand
Harem pants - YES STYLE
Hidden wedge sneakers - A&E
Backpack - YES STYLE
"Depth of field blur" exclusive to fancy SLR cameras effacing the focus of an abandoned shopping cart as a metaphor for a system of economic oppression and fashion trivialities... meta.
Everything is infinite,