Dress: New York & Co I Altered Jean Vest: GAP I Shoes: Aldo I Jewles: Gifted
Photos: Carolyn Bayas I Location: 55th & 2nd Ave Parking Garage
What does that even mean? GNIKRAP?
These earrings are the isht.
I am obviously having way too much fun with picnik. I should definitely become their official sponsor. Well…once I figure out what the other options (BESIDES 1960's fade and black and white) are.
Anyway – I got rained on this morning. But that was AFTER waiting on the L for 30 minutes because someone pulled the E break and then on the platform for the 6 for 20 minutes because God knows why. So needless to say, I was super late for work.
I SHOULDA just drove my Trans Am in. Which brings me to this jean vest. How much are you loving it?! I made it myself last night. You can make one too:
Step 1: get REALLY hot in your apartment.
Step 2: start pouting and moaning while looking through your closet for something cool to wear
Step 3: angrily grab the first jacket you see.
Step 4: grab scissors and take out your frustrated, sticky, hotness on the sleeves.
Step 5: chug a beer in your brand new jean vest and feel better instantly. Though, you’ll probably still be sticky.
So anyway- jean vests always make me think of: muscle cars from the 70s/80's (hence the Trans Am), Marlboro Reds, American Flags and like…Motely Crue. And, though I wasn’t physically present during this era, with actual experience to draw on, I HAVE watched a lot of tv. So, you know.