I was doodling before I left for Big Bear, and ended up with a few crudely drawn animey-mechanic-looking characters (because these are the kind of things I draw). So I decided to drag one of my designs off the paper and onto the blog.

I had on a vintage fur vest and army pants, sweater from American Apparel, and Stacey Adams shoes

Spliced in some cool original art (NOT MY OWN LOL) that better suits the mood I envisioned for the look, but the scenery behind the cabin we stayed in in Big Bear is fine too.

As usual, I fished the gnarly army pants out of some heap of clothes for a buck. They are covered with beautiful distressed details. You can tell they were actually used, which I appreciate so much more.

I helped out the good folks at 21 Men yesterday in downtown LA, which is always fun. I snapped some snapshots behind the scenes with my phone that I'll see if I can post soon. :)

I have a ton of scans and images I've accumulated that I'm hoping to post soon too, but I'm trying to figure out a way to add an image feed to this blog without making a whole new blog. Although the progress is moving at a snail's pace because I'm not very HTML inclined, so consider this a technological SOS!



Hey guys! Sorry for the complete lack of posts - I've been so ubiquitous lately! It's harder than you'd think to find time to even snap a few decent outfit shots! I just got back from spending the week with friends in a cabin in Big Bear. I borrowed my friend's camera to shoot some outfit shots...

I had on a cardigan from H&M, vintage sweater and lucite necklace, bracelet from a flea market, shorts from Target (I think?), and Stacey Adams shoes.

While we were there we went to a farmer's market they were having and they had a huge display of bracelets. I couldn't decide on which ones to get because there were so many! I figured I'd keep things under control and only get my 3 favorites.

REALLY lame shot (I was totally stumped for ideas of how to shoot it) of the bracelet I wore with my outfit. They are great for a small burst of color that's harder to work with on a larger scale (My favorite color red, for instance). I love how this bracelet has a pattern reminiscent of a king snake.

Sunset from the view from the balcony of the cabin

This kind of a post-and-run post since I'm off to the Sierras tomorrow for a week! I'll post as soon as I get back. Thanks so much for stoppin by! :)