Vintage mohair cardigan, kr3w (lol wut???) serial killer shirt, Levi's jeans, vintage Chippewa boots

Just in case you had any doubt how big of a sicko I am. I was thumbing through the smelly circle racks at Buffalo Exchange with some buddies and stumbled upon this gem of a t-shirt. I went through a phase when I was younger nail biting my way through documentary after documentary about the offenders on my shirt, and since I'm a fan of all things horror and outrageous I was excited to find it. Plus I figure it's my duty, since it takes a special kind of person to have the nerve to share this kind of tee with the world.

I've been blabbing about the shirt, but the reason for this post really comes from the fact that I found this mohair cardigan that I got at a flea market two years ago in my closet! It reminds me of sweaters from Prada F/W 07/08, but more like if Kurt Cobain had gotten ahold of it. And naturally the best way to accent a serial killer tee is to clip on your pokewalker.

Getting back to being a sicko - I find it fun to see how gross I can get with my wardrobe. In an exercise of creep chic, I paired a serial killer shirt with an animal tooth necklace.

Borrowing these from my dad. He got them at Standard Issue in L.A. They're super comfortable and have such great worn in details.



Gamma-Go shirt, Kill City pants, vintage jacket, cuff and python boots

I picked up this cool Gamma-Go shirt at the Fullerton art walk from Otto. I'm a big fan of lowbrow art and giant squids - so to have both married on a t-shirt that I can wear and appreciate every time I walk past my reflection is fantastic. I also have on some Kill City tie-dye pants that I got in L.A. last week. I'm always looking for cool tie-dye pieces that aren't in your typical deadhead design.



It's spring break here in Orange County, but it's still cool enough to get some last good wears out of some of my winter staples. With the threat of warmer wearing looming in the sun filled months ahead, I decided it was time to see some garments out in style before they're packed away for the summer. I've been giving these Gap leather pants extra attention lately because besides being generally amazing for being leather pants, they're actually great for colder weather (and the hardest to try to wear in the summer heat). Here's some ways I've been styling them lately...

Gap leather pants American Apparel tee, vintage everything else

Pretty simple outfit thrown together with some favorite pieces- not a lot else to say besides the fact that it keeps me really warm.

Levi's jacket, Gap leather pants, vintage everything else

Fished this sassy cat shirt out of a pile of dirty vintage tees at a flea market. One of my favorite ways to style leather pants is completely out of context, so I thought I'd pair the two together. Inspired by a few things borrowed from my dad and concert goers from Wattstax.

Can't finish this post without a shot of our trusty cat Pinks. She always watches me make a fool of myself while taking pictures for the blog!

Borrowed these shoes from my dad. I love the design, color and they are super comfortable (which is not something I can say about the majority of the shoes in my closet).



My childhood obsession with Star Wars has segued into my obsession with clothes. Admittedly, Episode I is a lot harder to sit through today than it was when I was 7, but I still have an intense appreciation for the visual aspects of the saga. I can indeed say in all seriousness that Boba Fett inspires me sartorially speaking, so when I remembered that we have a Boba Fett helmet in our garage I thought I'd be fun to pay tribute to the most dangerous bounty hunter in the galaxy with some clothes of my own.

Levi's jacket, Cheap Monday jeans, vintage bracelets, shirt, fur vest and boots.

Pulled together some pieces with Fett's faded Mandalorian armor and braided Wookie scalps in mind. Took a shot without the helmet in case I ever decide to wear this outfit in a non-comic con setting.

My dad is going to sell these shoes, so I thought I'd put them to good use before he did. The soles and the cracked leather make me think of them as decaying battle tanks at my feet.