After the movie, we (my hubby and I) stopped by the grocery to grab a few things. There was a group of 4 young blonde girls. At first I thought they were cute teenie boppers, but then I heard one of them say, "OMG, that girl looks like a vampire!" Seriously? How does this look come across as vampire? So annoying with how narrow minded and completely sheltered some people and their lives are. Oh well. I could have been a rude ass and said aloud how they were all dressed the same in their little gym shorts, flip-flops and designer t-shirts. But I'm not that way. :-) But yes, I DID stare at them because I wanted them to know I heard them. My husband said I should have hissed at them and acted like I was putting a hex on them. I would not have been able to do something like that with a straight face. Ha!
figured I'd do a shot without the jacket. :-)
Ribbed tank: Old Navy
Jeggings (these actually have functioning pockets and a zipper and button!): eBay
Military style jacket: http://www.bodyc.com/ apperently they don't carry it anymore. Boo!
Cargo belt/purse: This was originally just a belt. I sewed D-rings on it, added some clasps to be able to clip my messenger bag onto it. Both the belt and bag were purchased from an army surplus store in Boulder, CO.
Boots: By Stuart Weitzman style Workit. These were originally $595 but I found them on eBay for $150. I AM the eBay queen! :-D
Steampunk battery necklace (I made this!): http://stores.ebay.com/Moon-Maiden-Jewelry
I'll post the makeup look that I am wearing here, later on today if I have time.