Latest clothes in the Amy Heidemann (Karmin) category
Amy Heidemann posed in her bathroom wearing the Printed Cotton Spandex Sleeveless Turtleneck Crop Top from American Apparel ($30.00) in “Russian Circus” print.
Karmin singer Amy Heidemann wore the American Apparel Printed Spandex Jersey Harem Pants ($42.00) in black and white “Afrika” print at a recent concert (Miley Cyrus owns the same pair!). She matched the high-waisted pants with a red Cotton Spandex Jersey Crop Tee American Apparel ($25.00). You can get a similar pair of basic Black Combat Boots at Wet Seal for only $39.50.
Amy Heidemann wears the Darma Evening Primrose Printed Pleated Dress in Purple from BB Dakota ($83.00). Her glossy red belt adds a fun kick to the outfit.
Amy Heidemann’s outfit is very bright and colorful. Her Moto Baroque Print Skinny Jeans from Topshop (sold out) would probably look more sophisticated paired with a neutral top, but instead she’s wearing a bright red Sparkle Heart Beach Jumper from Wildfox Couture ($108.00). Her long drop earrings are bold as well–they are the Laruicci Stasera Earrings ($109.00).
Amy Heidemann is wearing the Camilla Skirt from Jack by BB Dakota in blue and yellow stripes. This skirt is available in a number of stores for as little as $16.50.
Karmin singer Amy Heidemann wore the American Apparel Lace Print Sweetheart Two-Tone Mini Dress ($50.00) with the Stretch Bull Denim High-Waist Cuff Shorts in Jet Black ($46.00), also from American Apparel. You can get a similar pair of triangular bamboo doorknocker earrings for only $4.99 at Girl Props. Amy traded in her normal “suicide roll” hairstyle for a giant off-center bun.
Amy Heidemann wore the Printed Sweetheart Two-Tone Mini Dress from American Apparel in Barcelona Stripe / Black ($54.00) at Karmin’s show in Grand Rapids, MI yesterday. This bodycon dress has a multicolored stripe print on the body and a mesh top.
Karmin singer Amy Heidemann owns the Heart T-Shirt from H&M ($12.95) in both black and floral color combos.
Amy is know for her suicide roll hairdo and quirky vintage style. She told Refinery29, “I’m inspired by some pretty amazing retro-babes. Gwen Stefani, Janelle Monae, and Amy Winehouse to name a few. I only got the courage to rock the retro edge a year ago, but after experimenting and getting support from fans, I decided to go full throttle!”
Karmin were noticed through YouTube, where their rendition of “Look At Me Now” has been watched over 65 million times. They signed to Epic Records and released their debut album Hello just last week.