Bring on the Spring!

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Fresh Faces, New Game

I don't want to admit it. I will deny it until there is snow on the ground, and I am freezing in a dress with no tights, but people... it is coming. Winter. Oh Alaska, you tempt me with dreams of summer, and give me a nice solid spring month before going to fall and back to winter...

Enough of that. ENOUGH. To spice up the impending fall months, I have decided to take on new models. Be gentle, for some of them it was their first time. (expect that old pro that is gonna start these pictures off with a bang....)

Sometimes men are afraid of dressing up on a day to day basis, but take it from Kface.... Nothing beats a well put together guy. You will stand out. (especially in Fairbanks...)
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Male: Dark Blue Naval trousers; Leather dress shoes with Brass Details; Wool argyle sweater vest; Blue button down oxford. Female: Olive green Linen pants; Silk Floral top; Black Crocheted sweater.

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Female: Spring Floral one-piece jumper;  Electric blue jellies and belt; Ombre dip dyed denim vest. Male: Dockers leather boat shoes; Hand-cut fuchsia denim shorts; hand tie-dyed t-shirt; Oversized men's cardigan vest. 
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Blue and white Gingham pearl button oxford shirt with floral cuff detail; Purple knit wool skirt 

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Male: Brown corduroys; Brown with orange and yellow detail skater belt; Blue and green Plaid oxford. Female: Navy short sleeve shift dress; Brown leather boots; Vintage silk navy and white polka dot blouse; Brown leatherette skinny belt.

Vintage finds are one of the most exciting thing about rummaging through the trash. It never ceases to amaze me what people throw away without a second thought!
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Dark wash Denim; Vintage shrunken graphic tee; Genuine light brown leather Members Only Jacket;  Green knit beanie.

...the layers are slowly creeping in, isn't that just a bitch?

3 comments:

  1. Oh my god gorgeous. Best post evet. Hayley is a natural. She looks so fucking bored!!!

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  2. Love your blog and LOVE the transfer stations! I moved to Anchorage and am shocked by how hard it is to live without the TS... Keep up the fantastic scavenger fashion.

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  3. I am ALWAYS shocked at how hard it is to find things without a TS...but MAN, Bishops Attic in Anchorage always satisfies for a good cheap vintage find!

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