You know those college street fairs where they sell all sorts of stuff you don’t need? Especially the people who sell every kind of poster that you can think of? Well, when I saw this poster in college, I instantly fell in love with the art, the concept, and yes, it was probably weird that I had some naked backsides on my wall… but oh well! I didn’t really care. Strangely enough, I only knew one Pink Floyd song at the time, so you can call me a poser if you want, but for some weird reason, that poster stayed with me for years to come. And with LST&FND partnering with American Eagle Outfitters to make some cool vintage style tanks, I knew this one Pink Floyd tank top would fit perfectly into my wardrobe.
Ah, Wonder Woman. One of my favorite heroines, but one I will probably never cosplay. Sure, I could be a lanky version of this Amazonian princess, but I think I’m more suited for Wonder Girl to be honest, which I’m especially fond of after buying the Lauren Faust designed Super Best Friends figurines last year at SDCC. You may not see me in a Wonder Woman cosplay anytime soon, but in the meantime, this shirt will have to do. Today I’m wearing it with some tribal shorts, which I think is pretty fitting, given her origins – don’t you think? And luckily Wonder Woman is iconic enough that you should have no problem finding a shirt to suit your own personal style. Have a WONDERful day!
It may be the rainy weather or the fact that I was just passed out and sick for days, but there’s something about a comfy sweatshirt that just makes me feel good. On top of that, this sweatshirt is very Bret McKenzie a la Flight of the Conchords, making it 20% cooler. ;) If you were a fan of the show like I was, Bret was almost always wearing a shirt, sweatshirt, or jumper with an animal on it and I think he would have approved of this one. Happy Friday, people!
“You’re a bad egg!” – Murray, Flight of the Conchords
All of my friends know how much I love Corgis. And lately, it seems like Corgis are all over the internet. Once more popular for being the Queen’s royal dogs, they are now adored all over the internet, even becoming a meme! So when one of my friends saw this Corgi print shirt at Urban Outfitters, I received a slew of enthusiastic messages notifying me about this top! And even though I lost my dear Dobi earlier this year, seeing these little corgis running around all over this shirt still brings back great memories of Dobi, Ein, and reminds me that I still have another little odd looking corgi “mix” to love (who also apparently likes to get in all my shots!).
As a fan of Black Milk’s entire line of Star Wars items, I’ve had this Death Star dress for a while now. And I’m not sure about you, but I’ve always found it a little challenging when it comes to how to wear something so eye-catching outside of the convention halls and into the “normal” public. With the way the dresses are shown on the Black Milk site, it’s hard to get ideas on what to wear with them. Well, I took that as a challenge and here’s what I came up with. What do you wear with your BM dresses? Comment below and share your favorite things to wear with BM stuff!
I love a good comfy sweater and it only seemed fitting that this sweater, appropriately with style name “TGIF”, be worn in today’s post. Free People is known for their laid back boho style and this oversized cardigan makes me feel like I’m being wrapped in a blanket all day. And with it’s hi-lo style (short front, long back), it’s not only modern, but also effortless. To keep the look just as casual as the sweater, I paired it with my vintage art Star Wars tank, some faded skinnies, and Victorian inspired lace up boots. Hopefully with this kind of outfit, you’ll look like you just rolled out of bed on a Friday looking casual, but stylish! Happy Friday, everyone!
With season 3 of Sherlock ending just as quickly as it started, I definitely had Sherlock on the mind when I bought these shorts. Trouser style shorts can get pretty boring after a while so I love that these are not only patterned, but also textured in a nice velvety fabric. And as different as Sherlock and Watson can be, I decided to experiment with a little mixing and matching of patterns over blacks and whites. Not exactly “elementary” if you ask me, but still fun to wear!