In these, my last installment from Saturday’s shoot, I went straight-up Olde Hollywood romantigoth. Think Vertigo and Double Indemnity meet Nosferatu. Josh and I took turns playing each other’s villain. (Let’s not even touch the metaphor inherent there.) It’s astounding how just a few tweaks of the light turn an image from theatrical candid to grainy movie still.
I should’ve lived in the 1940s. World War II and widespread oppression aside, the fashion was sensual and kind to curves and even vaguely gothic. Yesterday I found a dress I was afraid I’d gotten rid of, and I channeled some Olde Hollywood. With my haircut and perennially red lips, I was already halfway there. I think I’ll call this my Double Indemnity look.
OHAI CURVES. Shitty photo quality, but damn. I feel like a bombshell. Pardon my vainglory.
Dress came to ~4 inches above the knee. I wore mid-calf red leggings underneath.
Titular inspiration from one of my favorite songs. I daydream about seedy Hollywood nightlife more often than I should admit.