It may be strange, but two of my favorite things about fall is shorts with stockings and the boyfriend’s flannels!
Top from Wal-mart (Men’s, Medium), shorts and belt from Torrid ( Size 0 or 14/16 I suppose) and tights from CVS (An XXL size if I’m not mistaken).
Speaking of Adam West, t-shirt designer Head Hunter immortalized the infamous bomb scene from Batman (1966) on a selection of apparel on Etsy. I finally purchased this t-shirt as a belated birthday present for myself, seeing that Adam West and I are birthday twins (give or take several decades). I plan on reconstructing the shirt into a dress, but for those of you who can’t be bothered to cut and sew, this graphic is also available in dress form (as seen above)!
“For this project we had to dress a female model in clothing inspired by a movie that had not been released. I got assigned The Dark Knight! (YES) I based her outfit on the joker because of Heath Ledger and all.” [link]
The muted tones in this redesign of The Joker make way for an incredibly wearable ensemble; the dusky grey-green hair actually looks quite elegant with the delicate ruffled trim and the subdued purple of a menswear-inspired pin-striped suit.
Batman earrings & Joker brooch/pin
While I was picking up supplies for NYCC last weekend, I stopped by Savers and came across some vintage Batman jewelry (circa 1989) for the grand total of $4. AW YISS.