After becoming obsessed with the Harajuku street style, we got all dressed up and had our own “Harajuku moment”. This is our little dedication to those kids that inspire us when they wake up each Sunday and find their way to Harajuku Station in Tokyo.
Here is a little Harajuku inspiration of your own:
scarf: Brady Lange
shirt: Standard Cloth
shorts: customized H&M
boots: Dr. Martins
jacket: Free People
shirt: Forever 21
skirt: American Apparel
tights: Victoria’s Secret (used and abused)
shoes: Jeffrey Campbell
A very special thank you to Kipp Knode and his ‘designer’ axes. I mean, who doesn’t wish they could carry this around with them through the foggy morning hillside.
Boots: Double H
Suspenders and Shirt: Adam Arnold
Gloves: English Laundry
Hat: Crown Cap
Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell
Jeans: J Brand
Suspenders: American Apparel
Fur: (made by our own) Brady Lange
Beanie: gas station treasure
day dream boatin’ son of a gun making my own way
if only in my imagination and only for one day
I fold a piece of paper and make a lovely boat
and cast away upon a ship, into the sea and float
discovering a many dream, from here to yonder sky
I set my sail towards the wind, adventure will never die.
Shorts: customized Simon Miller Jeans
Rain Boots: Hunter
Backpack: Vanport Outfitters
belt: Free People
tee: Free People
jewelry: vintage and Portland Leather Company
hat: random from the military surplus store
Scarf on hat: Gucci
Tank: American Apparel
For the love of all that has past,
and the anticipation for what is about to happen,
I will do my best to dress the part.
With summer legs still out,
and counterintuitive long sock tendencies echo the unknown forecast of late.
Also, you should know:
October brings the double blessing of both Brick and Black’s celebration of life.
Happy Birthday to us!
We will be accepting any and all gifts in the form of patent leather and spikes.
Boots: Dolce Vita for Target
Shorts: cut-off Levi’s
Sweater: Free People
I recently had a little mishap and scratched my cornea and had to wear an eye patch for a little while. The plain black eye patch while sleek, was just a little boring, so naturally I bedazzled it with black crystals. Much better. Who said injuries can’t be stylish.
Wearing a black crystalized eye patch with my tight jeans and pointy Italian ankle boots made me feel a little like a comic book villain so I decided to have a battle with Thor.
(in my defense, my depth perception was off a bit)
Jeans: Adam Arnold
Painting by Kevin Noonan
blown out ears
danced out soles
and relenting spirits
these are the nights that bleed into sunrise
let us all parade out our shameless exhibitions together
Jeans: Adam Arnold
Tank: Vintage Diamond Dust
Rings: Grayling and vintage
Bangle: Kate Spade
Earrings: Grayling and unknown
Bracelets: Grayling and vintage