Tweed Jacket- Isabel Marant Etoile, Skirt- American Apparel, Taupe Suede Litas- Jeffrey Campbell, Bird Skull Necklace- UO, Rosary- Aldo, Heart Necklace- In God We Trust (Bonadrag), Rings- Free People
As you can probably surmise from the above photos, it was so freezing and windy this evening that I can't believe I ever wished for Fall. I am ready for Summer now- and all the sundresses, bare feet, tans and beach visits that beautiful season entails. So after receiving all the items on my extensive and exacting Christmas list, let's skip forward to about mid-July (which happens to be my birthday!), deal? Alright. I'm surprised at how long it took for one of the mass retailers to knock off the Pamela Love hummingbird skull necklace- so thanks, Urban Outfitters, let's hope a talon cuff is next. Although if I were a designer who walked into F21 or UO and saw a carbon copy of something I had poured all my energy into, I would be livid. Oh wellll I guess it comes with the territory these days.
You know the whole "be careful what you wish for" thing? Well, in my last post I was all pissy about the lack of good horror movies out there. And I found one. Ohhh did I ever. And it was the most disturbing thing I have ever witnessed. If you are easily scared, or not easily scared, or really anything other than a psychopath, then never ever watch "Death Of a Ghost Hunter". The acting was really iffy and it was certainly low-budget but HOLY CRAP. No gore, just a creeping sense of dread that slowly turned into such terror that my husband (who enjoyed "Aliens" as a small child and has a disturbing penchant for anything zombie-related) was even freaking out. We felt guilty for even watching it. Just avoid. Please. I am really not being dramatic- it's that scary.
I had planned on talking about Karen Elson-related issues tonight (she is quickly becoming my Erin Wasson, if you know what I mean by that), but after that mondo-divergence I think it's time to wrap this shit up. Have lovely weekends filled with lovely weekend things.