7.18.2012

B1P0LAR

Monday and Tuesday night looks.  I watched the original Vampire Hunter D on sunday which I hadn't ever watched completely before --- Bloodlust is definitely way better, but the original is funny and campy.  So Tuesday night I shot for some dhampir glamour.  Wednesday was a cracked out margiela moment.  I wore these clear flower platforms (see them here) which are so terrible to walk in that I didn't bother putting them on until I was a block away from the bar.  I have two other pairs of platform sandals only an inch shorter that are comfortable for a full night, but being an irrational shoe lover I had to wear that pair.  The last photo was from earlier in the day when I was deciding what to wear.



6 comments:

  1. the first picture reminds me of spike from buffy the vampire slayer. awesome!

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  2. super random, but bergdorf homepage has this furry orange coat that immediately reminded me of the one you made...haha.

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  3. Yeah, it's totally the same traffic cone orange. OTT.

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  4. I really like your hair at the first picture, you look so amazing!
    /Sophie

    www.sophieameliemacherie.blogspot.com

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