Tuesday, my first day back to class called for breaking out these thrifted Gap leather pants. Though I had a wish for skinny leathers these boot-cut ones do well enough rolled up. I wanted to keep the look clean but layered so I layered this sheer button up over my staple white slip cut to tank. The shoes are Forever 21 but as my manager pointed out are pretty exact Surface to air lookalikes. The blue tights give some color because I'm not usually one for black and white.
Today to work I picked some more layers. Probably a bad idea because of how warm my work is. The best part of this outfit i think is the Betsey Johnson over the knee socks that came in a care package from my momma.
My last little tidbit is on my current goal to incorporate garters into outerwear. I don't think I've got it down. I want to find a more substantial girdle/garter because the one I have definitely can not pass as clothing. This idea was inspired by Susie Bubble and Queen Michelle. I also played with the idea on Looklet because I'm that much of a dork. I will share again when I have taken this concept to a more stylish place.
Pictures 1,2,3,4: thrifted top, tank and Gap leather pants, Hue tights, Forever 21 wedges.
Picture 5: Surface To Air
Pictures 6,7,8: Cardigans band tee, Rodarte for Target tulle top, vintage velvet shrug, Vintage black dress underneath, forever 21 leggings, Betsey Johnson socks, unknown wedges, H&M necklace.
9,10,11,12: old tee, thrifted corset top thing, belt, and shoes, Betsey Johnson tights, Free People tube top as skirt.
13: Susie Bubble
14: Kingdom of Style
15: made with looklet.com