Oh, the spectacular, late David Bowie. He always knew what to say.
Anyway, I recently ordered a poncho online by a brand called Lyric Culture, which is an amazing clothing line that features classic rock and roll lyrics on t-shirts, and even clothing and accessories simply inspired by rock and roll. My dad and I once talked about how that should be a thing years ago, so I am glad it’s happened, but…there needs to be MORE! Their items are expensive and somewhat hard to find; this happened to still be on stock while on clearance on the Home Shopping Network’s website. My poncho is actually from their Janis Joplin inspired collection and is one of the few things that does not have lyrics on them, but rather, the back simply says “HIPPIE”, which is delightful enough for me. It was hard to get a good picture of myself in it so take a gander at the picture used on their website:
It’s also insanely cozy. I feel like I’m wearing a blanket. Today I rocked it with a tie-dye Star Wars shirt, dark skinny jeans, gray boots, new Stormtrooper earrings one of my dearest friends recently gave to me and, of course, my R2-D2 necklace.
I call this look…the Space Hippie:
Here’s a better look at the tie-dye Star Wars: A New Hope top I got from the Star Wars collection by Rock & Republic at Kohls:
Needless to say, combining rock and roll with Star Wars is something that just needs to happen more. Or rather, I am going to step up my fashion game and find more looks for this Space Hippie movement I am starting.
OH, and just in case you were wondering, my darling friend got me those earrings from a shop on Etsy called DuvDesigns. She also got me badass Princess Leia earrings, but I’ll definitely have to wear them on a day where I put my hair up because they just demand to be seen.