Grab a pumpkin spice latte (or mead or ale) and let’s talk about Fall Fashion 2023
The days are cooling down, the leaves are falling, and people are starting to bust out the tweed, the plaid, and other woolly wares. It must be autumn! Traditional threads are always nice to sport. It’s a classic scholastic look, and who doesn’t like a rust-brown-burgandy pallet?
Why not add an extra element to that tweed=blazer-with-the-suede-patches-and-loafers look? Add a laughing skull silver ring to increase your danger-factor. We live in the age of any-thing-goes. Let’s do this!
This is Halloween!
Skulls, demons and other scary monsters are not just for October anymore. In some circles, wearing the scary stuff is year round. You wear it because it means something to you. One’s style is often a deeply personal form of self-expression. Halloween motifs speak to one’s desire for the extra-ordinary, an escape from the mundane everyday. But autumn is certainly a time more are thinking about how the barrier between the this world and the next is thinner than the rest of the year. It’s harvest season, things start dying off, and the Grim Reaper is out and about. Well, he is if you’ve had more hard cider than usual and the shadows start playing tricks with the eyes.
Make a statement this fall with 13th Floor Jewelry.
Bold jewelry is a must-have for many of us. Get your edge on with my designs. For those who are looking for a style-refresh, you have come to the right place to explore. Wearing only one specific piece can be enough. Something that sparks conversation because it’s unique, the detail is striking, and that in-and-of-itself will attract attention in a good way. Carefully crafted artisan pieces are guaranteed to be admired.
Want to go for excess? You can do that too! Grab a pendant, ring, ear clip, and nipple shield from my shop
As an artist with a penchant for skulls and demons, I enjoy exploring the fantastic and playfully morbid motifs. As I like to say, I help you control your inner demons by wearing them as a ring on your finger.
Check out these artisans
I met some awesome artisans at the markets and fairs over the years. I want to share their websites and social media with you.
NK Forge: Josh creates highly artistic knives.
Dreamtender Leather: Leah makes small batch Victorian, steampunk leather wear.
Wyrd Leatherworks & Meadery: Makers of distinct mead and leather.
Earth Stone Wraps: Beautiful stone and metal jewelry!
Queen Meb: Witch shop featuring ceramics, jewelry (including mine), oils, tea, candles, and more. They offer classes, astrology, and tarot readings as well.
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