Eve For Snakes

Bullets with crystals. I just got these lovely Catch-22 earrings. I wear them often, they are some of my favorite earrings. 
popthreads:

File under trends: bullets with crystals. I just got these lovely Catch-22 earrings — I am actually wearing them today, as I type— from prairieoats on Etsy. Here’s another take on that idea from Larkinandlarkin on Etsy.
larkinaround:

COMING SOON TO THE SHOP.
WWW.LARKINANDLARKIN.ETSY.COM
Jun 25

Bullets with crystals. I just got these lovely Catch-22 earrings. I wear them often, they are some of my favorite earrings. 

popthreads:

File under trends: bullets with crystals. I just got these lovely Catch-22 earrings — I am actually wearing them today, as I type— from prairieoats on Etsy. Here’s another take on that idea from Larkinandlarkin on Etsy.

larkinaround:

COMING SOON TO THE SHOP.

WWW.LARKINANDLARKIN.ETSY.COM

and some more indie fashion, going with that lace trend. the red hair, tho, kinda is what ‘makes’ this look, which makes me feel like the dress isn’t quite all that…! whaddya think? yay or nay? 
Jun 25

and some more indie fashion, going with that lace trend. the red hair, tho, kinda is what ‘makes’ this look, which makes me feel like the dress isn’t quite all that…! whaddya think? yay or nay? 

(Source: idoitforthekicks78, via popthreads)

For wishlist Wednesday I’m loving these dresses from indie designer Jennifer Jennings, such lush color. From six six sick “Each season, designer Jennifer Jennings creates a new batch of lovingly hand-painted patterns, which are then digital printed onto the fabrics. I love the combination of old world craftsmanship with modern day technology, and both processes serve to infuse each print with wildly varied colors, which work perfectly with the flowing and organically draped silhouettes. This season, Jennings was inspired by natural topography, aerial views of landscapes, and elements of the environment. These subjects have been abstracted beyond recognition, but still can be felt in the rich hues, which echo minerals and rocks, as well as the sky at sunset. As if the garments weren’t hypnotizing enough, they’re also made from organic and sustainable fabrics.” Take a look, really lovely! - PopThreads
 (via Six Six Sick: Natural Wonder)
Jun 25

For wishlist Wednesday I’m loving these dresses from indie designer Jennifer Jennings, such lush color. From six six sick “Each season, designer Jennifer Jennings creates a new batch of lovingly hand-painted patterns, which are then digital printed onto the fabrics. I love the combination of old world craftsmanship with modern day technology, and both processes serve to infuse each print with wildly varied colors, which work perfectly with the flowing and organically draped silhouettes. This season, Jennings was inspired by natural topography, aerial views of landscapes, and elements of the environment. These subjects have been abstracted beyond recognition, but still can be felt in the rich hues, which echo minerals and rocks, as well as the sky at sunset. As if the garments weren’t hypnotizing enough, they’re also made from organic and sustainable fabrics.” Take a look, really lovely! - PopThreads


(via Six Six Sick: Natural Wonder)

(via popthreads)

Jun 25

Beware, wheelchair salesmen! “Umshini Wam” Die Antwoord Harmony Korine (Official, HD) (by osalvationcine)

“House of Nines Design is an independent, high-end hat design business by San Francisco’s Tricia Roush and one of the many local small businesses in the running for the Chase/Living Social Mission: Small Business program, whose voting ends June 30. Roush hopes to keep San Francisco millinery alive and well by opening a House of Nines Design shop in San Francisco. Like many local designers, she’s hoping for your vote to get her project off the ground.”
Take a look at the post, and go and vote if you feel so inclined. Hats are a lovely thing and there are far too few that are well made…!(via Will San Francisco Millinery Die? That May Be Up to You. | sfindiefashion.com)
Jun 28

House of Nines Design is an independent, high-end hat design business by San Francisco’s Tricia Roush and one of the many local small businesses in the running for the Chase/Living Social Mission: Small Business program, whose voting ends June 30. Roush hopes to keep San Francisco millinery alive and well by opening a House of Nines Design shop in San Francisco. Like many local designers, she’s hoping for your vote to get her project off the ground.

Take a look at the post, and go and vote if you feel so inclined. Hats are a lovely thing and there are far too few that are well made…!(via Will San Francisco Millinery Die? That May Be Up to You. | sfindiefashion.com)