We ditched the usual guyliner and undead, drug-addled vampire look, if only just this once. It was time. Even though my fashion interests span across the board, people usually refer to this as a goth blog (and I’ve made peace with it), so that’s a clear indication that I haven’t been giving other styles enough love. It was about time to get some punk/greaser style up in here.
My model, Mike Kwolek, brought a sleek wardrobe to the table, with a couple pieces I admitted I wanted to steal for myself (the creepers, definitely the creepers).
Jacket: thrifted / Creepers: T.U.K.
For the second round of pics we went to my favorite spot to shoot–the sketchiest of abandoned sketchfests tucked away in a cemetery. We ran into a couple people in the process, one of whom was a chill dude that told us history about the place, while the other dude just leered at us amidst the dead trees, a creepy smirk across his face and a beer in hand.
Shirt & Jacket: Ben Sherman / Jeans: Levis
I’m a huge fan of chaotic, disheveled, deconstructed punk style for myself, and on girls in general, but I’ve always appreciated the clean and sleek, old school punk look when it comes to dudes. I guess I always remain a fan of contrasts.
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