Upon her birth, her parents announced that “A Star is Born”. But what did that mean? That she was the apple of her parent’s eye, their own little live show? Was it that her parents could see the constellations inside her, that would occasionally burn out of her? Or was it that her fate or path or guidance would be heaven sent, and that was just a reminder to look up?
Being in the stars isn’t always a straightforward thing. She did her best to shine daily, even if it meant burning out and being reborn each night. She looked up, sometimes spending too much time in the clouds. She rubbed with the human stars, making stories.
And little by little, the stars shared her secrets with her, helping her find her way. So, she put her stars on her clothes so she could share them with you.
I’m a big fan of using fashion to tell our stories, and stars are part of mine. Patterns can be subtle (like above) or bold like here and here (just a few samples). Maybe it’s not the stars you love, but the astrology? I also love this print in the shirt version, available at Madewell.
These jeans are vintage inspired. A note about vintage jeans: they’re amazing (the view from behind), but remember to size up, there’s no stretch to them, and the fit can be a little different. I love them!
And there’s no reason to be scared of double denim. Worst case? You’re ready for a casual party!
I’ve linked similar items below (including these exact jeans), I’d love to know: what do you were to tell your stories?
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