We’re introducing another brand new post: #Shoesday! Every Tuesday we will feature what we, like so many women, are most passionate about… shoes. From shoe stalking on the streets of NYC, to shoe news, we’ll be sure to give you your weekly footwear fix.
I can’t even pretend to act like everything is normal when I write this post. Seeing the photos of our butts makes me laugh every time, because we tried to video each other biking, and both ended up off-roading into a swamp. If you’re lucky, we’ll post those videos. DISCLOSURE: Any and all casual glamour in our blogposts must be discredited, because it’s highly likely we did something absurd pre or post photo.
Now that I have ranted about how stupid we are, I can say we had an amazing trip. Nothing like combat boots in the sand Emily finally busted out her Alexander Wang white long-sleeve, and naturally I wandered the island boasting about my vintage Jack Daniels tee from Grit N Glory.
Needless to say we got no color, and still appear as ghostly vampires that live in a cave. But hey, at least we have photos to prove we went away.
More WanderLust styling work for Karin + Raoul Magazine! Meet our girl, Seasick Mama, an emerging NYC singer/songwriter. A beautiful sunny Summer day, and some newly sea-foamed hair made for a rockin’ photoshoot. Loved styling her in some sexy D&E lingerie, leather, and even the grand ol’ flag. Nothing says happy Labor Day like a woman’s bodacious backside, right? Right.
Chapter Two: If you wander towards the river a duo in stripes will catch your eye. They go by the name of Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. They’re a peculiar pair, but they aren’t as quirky and clumsy as you may recall. Their overalls are leather, their names are inked, and their transportation is by motorcycle… an electric motorcycle.
Our good friend and photographer, Emma Cleary, asked us to bring some of our favorite pieces over for her to snap.. yay! We love when photographers let us get a bit wild
The best part of the shoot was when we brought this beauty dressed in a gold gown and black fur caplet (or “the crow” as we like to call it,) down through Occupy Wall Street. It’s fun to make protestors stare.