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28 Dec 1995


Hello. My name is Shannon, I am a makeup addict and hair abuser lol. I love train wrecks. Lindsey Lohan and Paris Hilton are my favorite hot messes. I am a singer. I have been in and out of bands for years. I have many questions so I end up asking 2 or more each day, sorry lol. But yeah love ya.

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wendysdaughter asked:

06 Sep 2011

Indie style?

If you couldn't tell, I have kinda grown out of my scene/ metal stage that have been going through for about 5 or 6 years. I still like all the music, but now that I am growing up and maturing I wanna look less crazy. I have slowly been going "indie" or alternative. I like shops more like H&M, American Apparel, and Spencers. As always, I take a little something that I have learned from my last "phase" the thing I take from my scene phase is confidence. But I would like to know some cheap alternatives to these stores?



silence_ says:

Posted on 06 Sep 2011

Indie and alternative aren't really the same imo. Indie to me is more like what you get on / hipster-esque fashion borderline EXACTLY AS THE TITLE SAYS:

Alternatives are like pin-up style, ero-lolita, or steampunk, cult party style something out there and different essentially to me.... like or

I think that's how most photographers would see it... but hmm... if you want indie stuff Forever21 is similar to H&M , J. Crew, Mango, ModCloth , Primark (if you have one nearby) , Topshop are all I can think of right now..

for alternative stuff people get them from wherever, as long as it's relevent to them >.> So i'm not sure what exactly you were asking for...which style that is...


silence_ says:

Posted on 06 Sep 2011

Vintage isn't a's used to describe an item S=
But I just needed clarification of whether you needed hipster/indie rock style or alternative. Basically the stores I mentioned are all qualifiable. If you want more inspiration with coordinates you could always look through or chictopia. :)


wendysdaughter says:

Posted on 06 Sep 2011

Vintage, hipster, indie rock, take any of your pick, its basically all the same

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