Red Stuff: Fire – Blood – Rudolph’s Nose – Australia(which is presumably on fire right now) – Dead Poinsettias – My dress. Perfect for the End Of The World.
In all likelihood, you have probably already listened to this song this morning.
Dress-Threads(A consignment shop in Morro Bay)
Tights- I don’t know exactly
Boots- 1990 Eddie Bouwer
Today has been busy and there is much to do before I go to sleep. But that’s finals week for you! (Even typing the word “sleep” is making me tired right now) I think my desire to go straight back to sleep this morning may contributed to the abundance of neutrals that I’m wearing…
Musical Inspiration- 1234 by Feist
Dress(underneath the sweater)-yardsale
Tights-my mom’s closet
Scarf-Casey scarf(Thanks for the awesome Christmas present Casey! 🙂 )
Don’t let the sunlight fool you. Today in the town of ******* , it was extremely cold and everyone was dressed in layers (which looked really silly under the golden rays emanating from the sky). On this blustery day I was fortunate enough to have found my mom’s sweater from the 80’s while looking through her drawers for a warm enough sweater. Let me tell you, I was psyched!
Joke Time!…. A black bear and a white bear are in a forest when it starts raining. The white bear starts to dissolve. The black bear panics and asks what he can do, to which the white bear replies, “It’s ok. I’m a polar bear!”
My musical Inspiration/Mind Worm of the day: Australia by The Shins
The lighting in the second picture is more accurate as far as colors go.
Earrings-Native American history museum on the East coast
Sweater-Macy’s circa 1982 via DeLorean
Shoes-Converse, but the color is the product of much dirt, grime, wear, and also tear
Today has been a lovely day in the valley and I am rather proud of this particular hippie-esque outfit. Most of it I created and its entirety only cost me about $12. These pictures sort have the feel of today. While you’re reading, I suggest you try this amazing hippie-cult-revival tune. (And maybe a few other songs:) )
My belt is my mom’s from the 70’s and it has a sort of floral and western style.
The tye-dye I dyed myself at camp. It used to be a lot more vibrant until I washed it, but I’m still rather proud.
My shorts I bought as pants at the Goodwill for $2, then cut them off then folded and tacked them with thread.
My shoes are Sperry topsiders that were a gift from my grandmother. Thanks Bam!
Both my rings and my bracelets are made out of guitar strings from when I changed the strings on my guitar. Next time I change my strings again, I will show y’all how to make these! 🙂
This is simply a guitar string ring hung on a strip of leather I found about the house tied around my neck.
I bought these earrings many years ago at a Native American history museum for about $10.
Well that’s all for now! I hope you have a wonderful, amazing, sunshiny day!