Ootd sneak preview! The thumbnail of this looks like a negative. Ha
The Neon Orange Spandex Fishnet Pantyhose over purple tights are a-mazing. Someone at HQ had brought up this idea last week, but we wrote it off as either being too intense, or ending up too muddied since orange and purple are complementary colours.
I feel a little bit silly for uploading these seeing as I’m no model nor a pro at pictures, but I had a few people ask for pictures of some current outfits(I have a ton though) I wear plus my new jackets.
FYI, I’m 5ft 1in.
Short girls unite! I am just barely 5ft myself. On short legs, Cuban Heel Thigh Highs go aaaaaaaall the way up.
these are my favorite socks and they match the tiny bicycles on my shirt <3
Proof that O Basics are anything but boring. We love this outfit!
For the person who was asking about how to wear the Long Cuffable Scrunchable socks, here’s my take on them!
(submitted by the-city-mouse)
SD: Can I just say that I LOVE how Depeche Mode 1985 - 89 this is? The scrunching only at the angle is also super cute, and makes these look almost like tights with socks over top. Adorbs!
Shire Candy Shop
This outfit wasn’t exactly inspired by hobbits (probably a bit by candy, though arguably a lot of my outfits are), but I do love hobbits (and gnomes!) and this made me think of what a hobbit might wear if they started a candy shop in the Shire.
- Shirt: Torrid
- Oversized cardigan: Thrifted
- Green skirt: handmade by me
- Fuchsia skirt: Thrifted
- Red Thigh-highs: Sock Dreams
- Purple Stripey socks: Sock Dreams
- Boots: REI
- Lipstick: Certainly Red by Revlon
Cute as cute can be!
OOTD: I don’t know, it’s just Thursday Edition?
Tights are once again from Sock Dreams, shoes are from Amazon (Steve Madden Girl), shirt is from Eddie Bauer, jacket is from Ross, necklace was a gift, earrings are from Burlington Coat Factory.
Oooo, those Pothole Pantyhose do some great things for your gams!
The cooling of seed during germination in order to accelerate flowering when it is planted.
Wearing my E.G. Smith boot socks with my Docs today!! I got the idea to wear socks over my jeans from a post on sockdreams and I must say it’s truly a fabulous idea!!! Especially since I have a ton of skinny jeans in my collection and wearing socks under them can be a pain in the ass, especially when it comes time to take the pants off… >.> plus these boot socks are pretty srunchy, though I’m wearing them straighter today. :D either way, they’re great socks to go with great boots!
This is such a super cute look. We also did a great blog entry about layering socks over tights last winter!
Niq (our President/Head Photographer) has been teasing us with these two styles on Instagram for a while, and we are pleased to be able to offer them to you today!
Each style features designs with lots of texture, and a little lace. And the patterns are stretch beautifully in all directions, for a flattering fit on every leg. With the excellent cuff-stretch (a whopping 27”!) of our Extraordinary socks, these are every bit as comfy! From slim to curvy, these are a crowd pleaser among us Dreamers. As a size US6, I found the feet to be a little roomy, but a go through the washer made them a bit more fitted.
We hope that you fall in love with them just as much as we have! If you have any questions about fit, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My super cute outfit for as soon as it gets warm enough. I’m in love with my new 6 strap garterbelt it’s gorgeous and perfect and actually held up my stockings all day
Shorts over stockings and garters is one of the cutest looks! We heart it so much.
Ph: Marco Conte
Next time someone tells you not to mix your patterns, show them this. It’s like all your Blossom fashion dreams came true…but slightly updated.
Everything here is done right: the colours are carried through the whole outfit, and the patterns complement each other. The striped top and herringbone jacket are the same colours, and the patterns are roughly the same size. The skirt is a great contrast in red (with matching lips, shoes, and purse—old school fashion ‘rules’) and tiny white dots, with a repeat of the shirt in black and white striped tights. The solid black hat is a good foil for the busy-ness of the outfit.
It’s fairy kei Friday so….this is what I wore to work!
top: The Mountain ~$12
cami: 10 dollar mall, pastel pink color, on sale for ~$5
tutu: Bodyline, $17
fuzzy star clip: gifted from Nancy
tights: Sweetie Cakes
socks: O Basics in lilac $6, Cotton Slouch Socks in seafoam $5, both from Sock Dreams
leg warmers: self-made
shoes: Osiris brand, purple/teal/white, ~$70
I was about to say “I want a job where I can dress like that” and then I realised that I already do…