Jacket - Vintage Levi's, Shirt - Thrift Store, Shorts - Thrifted Pants DIY Tie-Dyed, Velvet Boots - Vintage Courtesy of James Rowland Shop
With my boyfriend working so much, it's difficult for me to get blog photos taken. Brit has been kind enough to do them for me when she isn't at work, but I spend my days at home staring at a computer screen doing my real job, so it has been tricky. When my boyfriend set up the tripod the other day to take our John & Yoko photos, it hit me like a ton of bricks. Oh, duh. We have a tripod and that camera has a self-timer. I'm an idiot. So, this is my first attempt at taking my own blog photos. The angle isn't so great, and I'd imagine you'll get bored seeing this piano over and over again, but it's a great option when I go long periods of time without being able to coerce my loved ones into working for me for free.
These shorts were tie-dyed way back when I lived in San Francisco. A friend threw an amazing tie-dye party (because she is a genius) and I grabbed a pair of high-waisted pleated white slacks from the thrift store around the corner from her house and made myself some awesome shorts. We apparently made a pair of tie-dyed cut-off denim shorts that are the exact same color scheme for Tunnel Vision because Brit tried to wear them the same day that I wore these and we just looked like we were going to the Sadie Hawkins Dance together or something.
These shoes are...um...uh...whoa. I can't believe they exist, let alone that they are mine. They are so cool, and they feel like sock-shoes. Water socks! Do you remember water socks?!
These velvet buddies are from James Rowland Shop. Seriously, that store blows my mind. Yeah, yeah, yeah. You've heard it all before. I only hope that the shoes and bags Brit and I carry in Tunnel Vision will be half as cool as the James Rowland vintage shoe shop.
Hey! Lastly, Wasteland sent me their first lookbook, shot by Jason Lee Parry!