Love Love Love this outfit.
It’s been a while since I said it so I’ll just mention again that the American Apparel deep v tri-blend tee is a great investment. It’s a little pricy for a tee shirt, but it’s so flattering on almost everyone, and so versatile. It looks just as great with jeans and flip flops as it does with a dressy skirt and heels.
One of the great things about this outfit, other than the flattering fit, is the fact that it transitions really well from work to home and then out with just a change of pants. For home I threw on some jeans and to go out I could wear the black leather skirt I love so much.
(I start sweating the moment I start setting up the tripod. Days like this I almost consider chopping off my hair. I just need to admit it’s got to start going up on a daily basis from now until, oh….October.)
I actually put a LOT of thought into this particular stack. I wanted to showcase a few of the more rock and roll pieces I have, like the hand made skull necklace that was one of the first pieces I made from PMC (silver clay) as well as the bullet necklace and the bird skull I just picked up.
I am so lazy that I still need to break these in, so they are comfortable enough but not great yet. I also have a hard time making myself wear them. I am normally not a fan of owning things so nice that you fear wearing them, but these are one such item. They are suede and I paid more than I normally pay for shoes for them, plus, LOOK at them. They are super hot. But I need to wear them more. What is the point in owning something if you don’t wear it, right? And let’s face it, every day God gives us is a reason in and of itself to dress up if we want.
Vneck, American Apparel
Shoes, Sigerson Morrison for Target
Skull pendant, hand made by me
Bullet necklace, self-made
Bird Skull, second hand shop
Blue horn pendant, Urban Outfitters (? I’ve had this for years)
Wood Bangle, Target
Snake Bracelet, Urban Outfitters
Earrings, Love Erin Designs at Etsy.com