They’ve gone into official retirement.
My favorite starwars canvas puma boots. I claimed that even after I wore them down completely I would turn the top part of it into some sort of crazy shin guard legwarmer thing and wear them forever… then I broke the zippers and that plan kind of went out the window.
But thank whoever donated this case to Cure. Because now the case is mine, and my boots have found a happy home.
I meant to post this BEFORE the party. Then I had to GO to the party so I didn’t get a chance.
In the spirit of Weardrobe (who the party was featuring)… an account of my outfit for the night.
- Jacob’s DARE t-shirt
- Delhpine Murat warrior leggings
- Puma knee high canvas boots
- vintage snake necklace
- tri-fecta necklace (with charms from Justin from Semi Precious Weapons, Lit Owner, my friend Matt Caps, and Jacob)
Anyway, thanks to everyone that came! Thanks to Sauvage Studio, Weardrobe, Market Publique, and Gui. Had an awesome time y’all.
(p.s. Sara Zucker ur the best)
GPOYFB- Favorite Boots (sitting after a day of walking around Soho/Nolita)
Yes these boots get photographed a lot.
photo by Eric Strauss
GPOYFB- Favorite Boots (at the Hercules and Love Affair DJ Set, my boots had a good time)
These have been known as the ‘Star Wars Princess Boots’ or more recently ‘The Ramona Flowers’.
I love these canvas Puma boots to death. I’ve had them for almost 3 years now and have worn them with everything- from pink frilly dresses, shorts, onesies, and jeans. I still stand by my statement that I will never give them up. When the actual soles wear out I plan on cutting the shoe part off, and turning the rest of it into sort of like a canvas shin-guard/legwarmer thing to wear with other shoes… (I’m not sure how that will work, but that is the plan)
(photo by thecultureofme)
Thursday 8/21- Birthday Part I @ Hiro Ballroom
Dancing around to Daniel Ledisko’s DJ Set (LA Riots).
I pulled a Molly Ringwald (a la Pretty in Pink) and made my dress out of two dresses I was bored with and probably never going to wear again.
I like to call it the deconstructed ballerina look- or cinderella when her step sisters ruined the dress her little animal friends made for her.