This is the second t-shirt I got to pick from FreestyleXtreme. It's from West Coast Choppers, and I love the whole "Freewheel Burning" and "Wheels Of Fire" - Judas Preist feel. The t-shirt is very "Sons of Anarchy" and got a certain grebo vibe (Grebo - long hair, leather jackets and raggy jeans (biker look).
The quality of the t-shirt is great, and it's true to size.
Here's how I styled it:
Here's the product pictures and the link is >HERE<
I know next to nothing about Los Angeles, but I know I want to go there... Sunset Strip, Rodeo Drive, LA Ink, Wiskey A Go Go, Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Hollywood sign... Just a few places I want to see. And one of my favorite movies, "Pretty Woman", doesn't make it less attractive...
This is my third "Into My Closet" - post. I've done shorts >here< and my Jeffrey Campbell shoe collection >here<.
Now it's time to give my waistcoats a post, becuase they're a huge part of my style, and closet.
I never thought I'd own so many waistcoats, but in a year I've gotten ten (plus a couple of denim ones for DIY projects with patches and studs). They totally make an outfit, and goes hand in hand with my rockish style. Putting on a waistcoat over my countless band tees and such gives the outfit an extra edge, the last "umpfh".
I've been asked to give some tips and pointers on how to style a waistcoat, so I try my best to give you a few ideas:
- Wear it with everything: a t-shirt, tank top, sweater or a dress
- With pants, shorts or skirts
- There are no limits!
- Use a ripped denim or a leather one with a cute dress to mix it up
- A band tee is always cool underneath, and with a ripped jeans, leather pants or a studded shorts; you're good to go!
Here's sixteen random outfits with waistcoats. I wear one every week (at least), and now when the spring/summer is coming, I'd probably wear them even more:
I hope you liked this post, and I'd be doing my band tees and tanks next. I got too many, but can't get enough.
It's still a bit cold, but I feel like spring is just about to arrive. I've stored my winter coats, and been wearing my leather jackets for a while now, and it feels good! I hate winter, snow and low temperatures. My style is not fit for that shit. I really don't like to layer it up, I feel like a schmuck. I'd like to wear my band tees and tanks, please!
Anywho, here's some lovely summer pictures which makes me long just a little bit more for the greatest season of the year:
About three weeks ago, on April the 2nd, I fell in love with a band. And that band was Gamma Ray.
I hate to admit that I hardly knew any Gamma Ray songs before the show, but I loved it from beginning to end, and now I got almost a complete record collection (the actual CDs, not downloaded!) But back to the show; the music was heavy, the performance was great, and Kai Hansen's voice was enchanting. I could just kick myself in the ass for not knowing any of the songs, so I could have sung my throat soar. I really hope to see them live again, because now I'm officially a Rayniac! To the metal \m/
I got to choose two t-shirts from FreestyleXtreme a while back, and I thought I'd write a little about the site, and about the brands they got.
FreestyleXtreme is Europe's leading extreme sport online store, and got a lot of cool clothes for men and women.
They got brands such as DC, Monster Energy, Rockstar Energy Drink, West Coast Choppers, Metal Mulisha, Alchemy England, Lucky-13, Vans and many more.
I picked a t-shirt from Alchemy England and West Coast Choppers, and I thought I'd show you my outfit with the Alchemy tee first. It's of really good quality, and is true to size. I'm very happy with this product, and I'm looking forward to style it again:
Since I'm a fan of Iron Maiden, Union Jack, punk, Sex Pistols, and skulls, this tee is right up my alley. It got this gritt, edge and attitude I like in a piece of clothing. Here's some product pictures, and >HERE'S< the link to the item.
My name's Marita. I'm a musician and songwriter from Norway. I'm interested in music, books, movies, clothes and more.
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