Harley Davidson Tank Top - Lucky Vintage Seattle via Chictopia Shop, Tie-Dye Leggings - American Apparel, Velvet Boots - c/o James Rowland Shop, Flannel - boyfriend's, Hand Necklace - c/o LSD
Yes, these are tripod photos in my apartment. While I took them, Brit's crazy dog Belka was trying to eat the camera. She didn't like the clicking noise it made when it fired. My apartment sounded like this:
*CLICK* *NOM NOM NOM NOM* "BELKA, NO!"
So, that's why I was only able to get like three photos before Belka and I collapsed on the floor together wrestling, her gnawing on my wrist while I shrieked and giggled, and my uptight crotchety dachshund looked on with contempt.
To make up for the boring photos, I thought I'd add some strange film textures via Photoshop. My lame thought process was that the shirt looked good and '70s, so I'd do some '70s action with my photo techniques. Well, obviously it came out atrocious and I was too lazy to adjust, so that's what we're stuck with here. I promise the next photos I post will be of a better quality. I'm out of practice. You deserve better.
I actually really, really love this outfit. This is the tank top that I bought off of Chictopia Shop. I had never purchased anything from ChicShop before, but they take PayPal so it was really easy, and I'm glad I snagged it (that reference is for Taylor) because that lady from Lucky Vintage knows how to pick her product.
Okay, last but not least, when you blog, a lot of companies email you about things. Sometimes they want to partner with you, sometimes they just want to show you their lookbook. Most often, sorting through those emails is a pain and hassle. I feel as though companies just take a machine gun approach and email as many bloggers as they can all at once without stopping to consider whether or not the blogger is the right fit for their company. It's a waste of my time to look at ballet flats and dresses with bows on them, and it's a waste of time for the representatives from those companies to even include my name in the BCC field of their emails. I know my style is varied, but it's like these companies don't even pay a little bit of attention. Once in a while, though, a company will email me photos from their lookbook, and when I click (expecting to see something that I would never in a million years appreciate in the way that they are hoping) I actually see something I absolutely love. It catches me completely off guard.
In a mass of emails that are completely irrelevant to my taste, Molten Store was one of those delightful rarities. This wonderful little webshop carries jewelry and gifts, featuring must-have celebrity lines like House of Harlow 1960 and Low Luv, as well as some under-the-radar collections like Anndra Neen and Maripossa, and in-house collection Molten Relic. Here are some of the absolutely stunning photos from their lookbook:
I'm dying. That model is fantastic (look at her eyebrows!) and the pieces are really quite remarkable. My personal favorite happens to be the simple metal choker. I love how space-age '90s that look is.
I highly recommend checking out their webstore here.