I don't even know where to start to look for 18th century inspired clothes. As always if you want to know where something is from just ask and I'll do my best to help you out!

My best friend is gonna be staying with us for a few days and she has a great camera so I'm holding off on an outfit post until then. If I don't post by then, I hope everyone has a happy new year!



Yup, another monthly post of my flea market travels. The catch about this time was that I only had 10 bucks to spend. I made away with two jackets, a Lacoste/Izod pullover, two articles of clothing for christmas gifts, and a necklace. That should be in one of those 'shopping on a budget' sections of magazines or something. Anywhoozle, I always try to photograph stuff that I haven't before so I hope these pictures offer some new inspiration.

Th fun part of these is guessing whether they were used in medicine or as crash dummies. Or maybe some serial killer in training was just practicing? Bayonet practice anyone?

What Ronald probably does all day.

How someone even acquires one of these, I have no clue.


According to my 'Collecting Japanese Movie Monsters' book, this Godzilla is from the late 80s.

Cool boots...

... more cool boots.

MORE cool boots.

I love the design and color of these!

I love the silver (maybe tin? I dunno.) detail!

Beautiful robe for lounging in style.

The gold-on-tan reminds me of something from Hermes, or the opposite since it's sitting in a dirty pile of smelly leather bracelets. Awesome crab belt buckle too. Poor man's Christopher Ross?

Tacky 80s fringe-fest aka true love.

Here's when the pics get pretty unforgivable, just bare with me until I get my hands on a very expensive, thus good, camera. So sometime In 2014.

I need a decent brown coat. I want this one from flea market post numero uno, but at 70 bucks, I'm taking my time.

This embroidered fish shirt would greatly improve the quality of anyone's life.

Green velvet coat, pretty badass.

Cute coat.

Love the patches! Again, please ignore the shit quality of this photo.

Tommy Hilfiger faux fur vest. Again pic quality...

Nice ethnic shirt.

Awesome poncho, I must be brainwashed by the sudden surge of people in ponchos.

This coat is very strange and intriguing on many levels. I should have gotten it, but again I only had 10 bucks.

I would have spent all 10 of my bucks on this jacket, since that's all it cost, but it was an XL. It's unfortunate it doesn't fit me, or rather it's unfortunate it's not a smaller size.

I'll definitely put together an outfit post after X-mas. I'm on break now so I have more time for outfit posts etc. Until then, I hope everyone has a great holiday/or had a great holiday, whatever you do or don't celebrate I hope it was good!



Well since I haven't had the time to throw together a decent outfit post (I mean other than my uniform of vintage tees and jeans - unless you guys wanna see that. I mean, I love it but I dunno I thought you guys might find it boring.) I figured I'd post some pictures of men/guys/fellas/whathaveyou that I find stylish/inspiring/nauseating/whathaveyou. You could say they're what I would be wearing today? Maybe who I wish I was today???


"Clint Eastwood, granny square sweater vest over an extremely sheer shirt. Playboy fashion spread, probably from around the time of Play Misty for Me, 1971."

Pete Townshend

Can we get through a post without some sort of reference to a 60's rockstar? No? Okay, just making sure. I don't find The Who to be a particularly stylish group, I mean, they did the mod thing well, but from the summer of love look and beyond NOT SO MUCH (ie Roger's floral, what I call "table cloth", he does own his fringe though, in my opinion). But this jacket of Pete's is amazing, an amazing photo really. One of my favorites. Fucking watermarks.


SOUL is just as important as STYLE. I need to do a whole post elaborating, but I had to squeeze in some Otis because I always dress myself with a soul infused soundtrack.


My favorite street style site, I'd take perusing through dropsnap over the sartorialist any day. Here's some looks that caught my eye as of late...

SO AMAZING. The mask just makes the look.


I love the color in his hair, makes me want to play with color again.

His layering is GENIUS.


I love the styling in this here picture. I'm not sure what magazine this is from; if you know please enlighten me!



I dunno who this guy is I've been informed by a helpful reader that it
's Lemmy from Motorhead, he's definitely my new muse.

Hope to squeeze in an outfit post this week, gotta find time in between tree trimming and finishing up school work for winter break! Hope everyone's getting into the holiday spirit! :)



I spent this past weekend in Big Bear with some friends and family. One of my mom's friends owns a cabin there let us stay there (if you're reading Meyers, thanks again!). Coming from So Cal, I can be a bit of a fish out of water when it comes to lower temperatures, but I held up fine since it wasn't even that cold (but cold enough for my nose to be a rosy red, as you can see).

The view from the balcony is gorgeous!

I wore this to take a stroll in the snow. I have on a 60's tunic, rabbit fur vest, Cheap Monday jeans, and 50's rain boots.

Strollin around...

I bought these boots when I found out we were going. I picked them up at a local Antique Mall. I've been eyeing them for a while and figured now would be good a time as any to get them. They're unlike a lot of boots I have and they're versatile since they go well with shorts too. My favorite part about them in the zipper in the front - so cool! Pardon my messy cuffs, they're a bit askew from tumbling around in the snow (And from sledding! So much fun!).