Latest clothes in the Juliet Simms (Automatic Loveletter) category
I think this is actually Urban Outfitters… in an interview she said she bought her family Plaid Flannel from Urban for Christmas 2009.
Jelessy Jean shorts, $85 [exact]
Walter, Retro Floral Dress, $268Â [similar]
LaVintage.com, Grey Suede Go Go Boots, $28Â [similar]
Juliet made the necklace
Â Shown: American Rag Black StraplessÂ Winter Collection, which is not available yet, so here are some other options:
RTWFP already identified these boots in one on her posts, but since you couldn’t really see the boots in the picture, I though I’d make a new post for them.
The shirt shown is her Religion.Punk/Garage/Electropop with hand sewn red beading to spell “Soho Kiss 75″…with 5 female Asian band member faces printed on the front.Â Well… we couldn’t find that [exact] shirt so here is a lesson on how to make your own (Juliet cuts up all of her clothes):
Use your favorite crew neck band shirt from Hot Topic or The Planet Shops or vintage.Â Put the shirt on and use a sharpie to drawÂ a line on theÂ Left and Right sideÂ from the TOP FRONT just under the crew-neck-bandÂ down in a triangle shape going from the collar bone down under the arms (making sure to keep your goodies INSIDE the triangle).
Draw these two lines to the side seem of the shirt about 3 inches below your arm pit. Take the shirt off. Now draw a straight line across the backÂ between the two points where your front triangle linesÂ meet the seem.Â Those points should line up.
Now cut on the lines all around (you’re cutting the BACK out of the shirt) but DO NOT cut the crew-neck-band.Â Cut around it so it is a circle that can go over your head to keep the shirt on. If you accidentally cut it you can always sew or safety-pin shoe strings to the back crew-bandÂ ends to make a tie.Â You can also make holes in the back of the shirt and thread the shoe string to criss-cross the ties acrossÂ Â your back.Â This is how they did it in 1975 ladies.Â Anyone ever heard of “Soho Kiss”?