Hot Burrito

When my dad and I visited Joshua Tree Inn as part of our Gram Parsons pilgrimage I was excited to get my hands on a Flying Burrito Brothers t-shirt, only to go home without one as they were all out in my size. But after doing some digging on the internet I found Worn Free, an awesome site that works exclusively on recreating t-shirts worn by celebrities. How cool is that?! It’s an amazing website, so if you dig tees worn by the likes of John Lennon, Joan Jett, Keith Moon, and many others, this is the place to find ’em! So when I mentioned I might be wearing some late 60s and 70s rocker tees in my wardrobe woes post, this is what I meant.

I also bought the tee for Gram Parsons and the Fallen Angels, which I’m saving for another post as soon as I get something back from the shoe repair guy. So there will be another Gram-themed outfit in the near future.

Meanwhile we’re going to the drive-in again tonight! This time with friends! I hope you’re all having a wonderful weekend!

Outfit
Flying Burrito Brothers T-Shirt: Worn Free
70s Jeans: Thrifted
Cowboy Boots: Antique Alley, Portland, Oregon
Beaded Belt: Don’t remember…
Purse: Buffalo Exchange, Portland, Oregon
Squash Blossom Necklace: Birthday present from Patrick
Bracelet: Antique show
Ring: Ray’s Ragtime, Portland, Oregon

9 thoughts on “Hot Burrito

  1. So glad that you seem to have broken out of your wardrobe woes. I’m really enjoying this shift in your clothing as doing head to toe vintage is tiresome. The best thing about the times we live in is our ability to play with fashion and not be tied to what the fashion powers that be determine to be “a la mode.”

    Those jeans are nothing short of fabulous and I’m so glad that you were able to get the top you were seeking.

  2. Groovy outfit! Love the t shirt. I must say, you can certainly pull off any decade and make it look wonderful.

  3. Love everything about this cool rocker girl style look! That tee is awesome, your legs look seven million miles long in those flares, and I have to echo the lovely Porcelina, there is a certain classy sexiness to this look that is all kinds of hot. You’re making me want to dress in my own 70s look this summer! 🙂

    ♥ Jessica

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