11.12.2014

I DON'T LIKE RED WINE, BUT...

Boop! Here's pair number two... I'm quite nostalgic, if you can't tell. This pair is a 36 (unfortunately I'm a 38) so they are on ebay right now, though I absolutely love having them around in the meantime. Backtracking a little bit, I was really stupid and decided to dye the pair I have that fits me... and though they are black now, the beauty of the leather and suede is gone. I still love them - the silhouette is phenom, of course - but I have a very critical eye so it is frustrating having to look at an obvious dye job. I cannot tell you why I did it, I can't... it was insanity. I am going to look into restoration eventually because it's possible a professional could do something to help, but it's hard to say until I try.  I was thinking Leather Spa, but if anyone has any recommendations feel free to share.  And in the meantime, I'm always looking for another pair!

As usual, you can follow me on instagram @drippinglazers because I am MUCH too lazy to update a blog regularly.



4.13.2014

変態 THE KN0CK 0FF

One of my readers notified me of an etsy seller who knocked off the very heart of my senior thesis collection (the hentai print) from over two years ago.  I'm not soooo mad - this isn't a commercial knock off where someone else is profiting greatly from my idea - but it is definitely annoying, especially because they flat out denied it.  My work is all over tumblr so I'm sure this girl saw one of the uncredited images and figured no one would ever notice.  I took a look at etsy's intellectual property infringement reporting procedures and practically fell asleep reading it (legal jargon jigglypuff nonsense) so I'm probably not even going to bother with that.

You can see posts with my original work HERE, HERE, HERE, HEREHERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE dating back to February 2012 when I first shared the print on here.

& the tee is still available to buy at http://mainframe.bigcartel.com/

4.09.2014

DR34MS M4N1F3ST

Finding these on ebay last week within my budget was... a complete fluke.  And just two weeks after my birthday!  They're not black, and they didn't come with the harnesses but they are perfect nonetheless, and I'm gonna love them more than I could love any other brown pair of shoes.  Only took a little over seven years to get this pair... now let's see if I can ever get a pair of the runway version.

Blogging really isn't a priority right now (obviously), but you can catch up with what I've been doing the last six months on instagram @drippinglazers if you haven't already.  It's mostly photos of nails and drag but... c'est la vie!


10.24.2013

McD1SGUST1NG

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10.18.2013

DR34M1NG 0F D4FF0D1LS

Got two pairs of Louboutin Daffodil knock offs a few weeks ago.  The proportions are crude by comparison, of course, but for $25 each I'm more than satisfied.  Here I wore the nude pair with a vintage qipao - which people always ignorantly assume is Japanese, asking if I'm trying to look like a geisha.



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