Monday, July 23, 2012

⊲⊲MAGIC MUSHROOM⊳⊳


 
top from melrose trading post, necklace from maya, thrifted shorts, belt and boots, bootstraps from ebay, bag from army surplus


I was telling Isabel and Rachel that this top reminded me of my dad. He has (had?) a similar t-shirt in army green color with mushrooms and, BONUS! - an alien; the alien sat atop a 'shroom. I recall him wearing said shirt with baggy jeans and bare feet as he unhappily had to come pick me up when I was a minor in trouble with the police. We are twins, now, dad! Speaking of dad, look at how hot my parents were:


Who knew Stevie Nicks and John Travolta would muster up a zingy redhead that rocks magic mushrooms at age 27?

Ps. Rachel and Isabel are rad and fun and beautiful humans, in case you were wondering. Obviously.
Pps. Bloglovin didn't post my previous blog entry. Whatupwitdat?



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19 comments:

  1. That shirt is badass and love the photo of your parents! So cute.

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  2. Gimmie the shirt... And ugh, your parents are dreamy. Amazing photo of them!

    xx Jacqueline
    fngm.blogspot.com

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  3. Oh my your parents were cool as! Cannot get over how cool that shirt it!

    http://safiya-marie.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. I SERIOUSLY LOVE YOU, CASEYSTRAWBERRY.

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  5. i love your boots & the bag!

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  6. Nothing cooler than dressing like your dad! My dad and I bought matching tees from a girl punk band.
    That sounds really weird now that I am writing it...
    Rad outfit <3


    The Lovelorn

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  7. Another effortlessly cool outfit. Great belt and shoes.

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  8. your parents are pretty hot. i seen that shirt! hey come meet up with the trio of us this weekend either in SD or Long Beach.

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  9. Gotta love army surplus! Best place for bomber jackets and bags like yours.

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  10. perfect outfit!! love the top

    http://underthefluorescents.blogspot.com/

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  11. I love the t-shirt. And that belt is also pretty fab.

    Ava Tallulah
    Enter My UO Giveaway

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  12. Your parents look like those people in commercials who laugh, and laugh, and eat good food. Who eat good food while being very good looking. And they produced my FAVORITE zingy redhead that rocks magic mushrooms at age 27.

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  13. very interesting look! love it!
    Please support my up and coming blog about life and fashion in Los Angeles by following it on Bloglovin ;) I will follow back ;)

    LA By Diana Live Magazine

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  14. why are you still pale?

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  15. Beautiful fashion jewerly with genuine garnets

    Genuine Garnets is a transparent to translucent
    mineral, a small, precious stone (from 0.08 to 0.
    3 inches in size),

    fiery or blood-red in color (colored with iron with a chromium admixture).

    Its name derived from the Greek Pyropos,

    pyr = fire, ops = eye. It has a hardness number of 6.5 to 7.
    5. It boasts exceptional color stability and is

    resistant to heat and acids.

    The genuine garnet has been haphazardly collected from river silts since ancient times.
    The organized collection of

    genuine garnets with export to the world began in the early middle ages,
    at the time of the great migration of

    nations from the 6th to 8th centuries. In the middle ages, the popularity of genuine garnets wanes.
    A few rare

    goldsmith relics have been preserved from the second
    half of the 14th century. It was not until the late 15th

    century that garnets began to be seen more often as
    decorations on liturgical silver, particularly chalices.
    The

    peak period came under the reign of Emperor Rudolph II, who supported cutters and introduced the right of first

    refusal on garnets of exceptional size. After 1700 genuine garnets became more widespread in fashion jewelry

    generally. Small stones came into costume jewelry in the 2nd quarter of the 18th century
    and so the Empress Mary

    issued a ban on the export of genuine garnets from the country, thus protecting the domestic monopoly
    on the mining

    and working of garnet. To help date garnet jewels from the 2nd third to
    the end of the 19th century there are two

    garnet setting techniques: grain and rivet (jewelry techniques).
    In the 19th century, genuine garnet-makers hosted

    successful displays at industrial exhibitions. Thanks to the success of the craftsmen at the World
    Exhibition in

    Brussels in 1958, genuine garnet again became part of contemporary artwork.



    Craig LANGRIDGE

    Santa Barbara, CA
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  16. Hey Casey! I just wanted to drop by here and let you know that I've nominated you for Liebster award! You can find out more about it in my blog post here:
    http://ladyraveunlaced.blogspot.com/2012/07/liebster-award.html

    I adore your blog and think you have seriously awesome fashion taste. I'd love to get to know more about you.
    Best wishes,
    Manda x

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  17. I love the shirt... I kind of wish it was my shirt :)

    Love your blog!

    xo
    Anie
    http://www.thelifeofanie.blogspot.com

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