*faux leather jacket c/o Sheinside w/ Kill City patches which i added, faux crocodile bag c/o Heather Belle Co, vintage Jesus and Mary Chain t-shirt from my amazing friend Neal, faux leather pants from Urban Outfitters given to me 4+ years ago, Vagabond boots given to me by Madeline.
ahhh, it feels good to be brunette again!
this is how i have been dressing 99.5% of the time. ever since my recent acquisition of perfect faux leather pieces, i've been completely unable to stop wearing them...
example a: this faux leather jacket from sheinside. i had been wearing this one for the past year, but it's cropped length and sleeves were never quite right. i'm absolutely in love with the ever so slightly oversized fit of my new one, not to mention the metal zipper details, pockets, and large collar. i am
ridiculously freakishly obsessed with bikers and biker clothing, so it's a no brainer that i jumped at the chance to have a shitload of motorcycle/drug/party/anarchist themed Kill City patches and have happily been sewing them onto this jacket, creating my very own personalized motorcycle jacket. it's still a work in progress.
i am finally completely immersed in living a minimalistic lifestyle with clothing. no more giant hauls at thrift stores with a bunch of crap that's "kinda cool". i have been making very rare and thought-out purchases of either extremely special vintage pieces, vegan pieces, or Kill City threads, since i'm there and surrounded by the awesomeness so often. getting dressed has been much more enjoyable since downsizing, and i'm feeling very "me" lately, which is always good.
now i'm off to san francisco to see my boyfriend who pulls off animal print, spandex, and tie dye better than i do, not to mention has better hair than me... wtf.