This outfit combines pieces from both this year’s and last year’s Big Thrifty! I got the red ruffle tube top last year (you can also see it here), and the cherry bolero this year. Both are originally from Torrid, as is the skirt.
Skirt, top, and bolero: see above, shoes: Naot, hair flower: Claire’s, spike wristbands: Hot Topic, necklace and earrings: So Good
The whole pin-up/rockabilly look is pretty different from what I usually wear, but I like it! That’s one of the things I love about the Big Thrifty–it’s much easier to experiment with new styles and things you might not normally wear when they’re cheap and you can try them on in person.
I’ve never watched All On the Line (both because I don’t have the Sundance Channel and because I’m not a big TV person, My Little Pony and How I Met Your Mother aside), but I was excited to hear that Domino Dollhouse would be featured on their show. DD is awesome, and go them for getting some representation in the media!
Tom & Lorenzo has a recap of the episode, complete with pictures. My thoughts, based on the recap:
Pink! Pink! Pink! Tracy rocks the hair, and I want every piece of clothing in this picture.
THAT ROOM. Is gorgeous. Does the show always take place there?
On to the actual clothes…
Leopard ears make everything better.
I recently came across a coupon I had printed out from when Torrid first opened:
I love the little cartoon girls representing goth, raver, glam (?), punk, and rockabilly styles. Continue reading