The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo4/24/2013
top: urban outfitters, skirt: crossroads, caged shoes: nine west, bracelets: hk, burlington, mom I went to sell some of my clothe...
top: urban outfitters, skirt: crossroads, caged shoes: nine west, bracelets: hk, burlington, mom
I went to sell some of my clothes at a nearby Crossroads yesterday and scored 3 awesome items, one of which, was this studded skirt. It was only $12! I've been really into mini skirts lately and have been looking for unique looking skirts -whether it is a cool print, interesting embellishments or a different type of cut. I'm still sort of amazed at how cheaply they priced this skirt. Anyway, I also got a leather skirt for $12. I don't think the staff knew it was leather because there were no tags, but I can definitely tell by the feel of it. The person who previously owned it, must have hacked off the length because the inside is poorly done with jagged edges, but I mean, you can't see it, so it's all good. There was this white snake leather skirt from American Apparel's warehouse that I really wanted, but it was $75. Sad. Anyway, I also got a Bebe top that has somewhat of a warrior princess look and can't wait to share with you guys.
Now onto costumes! Today, we're talking about Trish Summerville's designs from The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo. Here's a sketch that Christopher Cordella did for the film. It looks pretty darn rad.
Some movie stills:
Look at those amazing pants! @_@
Cool shoulder design on the jacket:
And of course, H&M partnered with Trish to design a collection for them based off of this film. I was in love with this collection. It's totally my style. I love the grungy laid-back look.
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