Happy Friday! I'm dashing off to a vintage fair in a few minutes, so gotta be quick. Here's the outfit:Threadless t-shirts*. I adore graphic tees, but they have to be just right for me. It's called "I Love the Eighteen (80s)" and I totally love it - even the "Flashdance" neckline. The swirls at the top are embroidered on (there's interfacing on the back so that the fabric doesn't pucker).
The skirt is new-to-me - I picked it up for $28.00 on consignment last month.
This one does make my bum look good:
here. Sorry, no stuff pictures. I'm wearing hoop earrings, a silver chain with a silver feather, silver S and brass key charms, my steampunk brown leather cuff, and my newer black leather cuff.
Here's a close-up of the t-shirt design:
this movie, do yourself a favour. One of the best teen movies of the 80s.
Have a great weekend!
Tee (Threadless), long-sleeved tee (Plum), skirt (Optionelle), boots (Hispanitas, consignment), cuff (SkinzNHydz), black cuff (thrifted).
*I link because I love. I received no discount or promotion for linking to Threadless.
I love tee shirts that had that added textured of embroidery! Also it's a not-John Cusack! Hope you have a great time at the vintage fair. That sounds awesome!ReplyDelete
"Say Anything"! Fun movie. John Cusack is always good.ReplyDelete
Your top is awesome and the skirt fits you like custom-tailoring. I envy how well clothes always seem to fit you. Lucky gal!
a friend bought me that same shirt for Christmas! Love that movie and LOVE Cusack.ReplyDelete
That is a great T! Thanks for reminding me to check them out. Hope you had a great time at the Vintage Fair--I'm heading over tomorrow. And thanks for playing along with your Bliss List this morning xxReplyDelete
I laughed out loud when I saw the close-up of your t-shirt; I love it! Great outfit altogether.ReplyDelete
Ah, Shybiker wins! I love that movie too : > And I love your look, a shapely denim skirt is always a favorite piece for me too.ReplyDelete
Kickboxing. Sport of the future.ReplyDelete
Love the skirt. You don't need any "booty pops" with that skirt. =)
Like the way you have layered the two tees! Such a fun print on the threadless one too :)ReplyDelete
OMG the old-timey Say Anything design is HILARIOUS!ReplyDelete
JOHN CUSAK!! LOLOL love it!!ReplyDelete
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