What is it about skulls? We see them everywhere. On scarves, rings, necklaces, earrings…..you name it.
My boyfriend recently got cast as a biker in a film. He got to rock out tattoos, leather jackets, and of course, skulls. You have no idea how jealous I was. I tried to steal his rings and other “skull” props from the set more then once before I got reprimanded. I couldn’t help it, they were amazing. What was my fascination?
Here are some shots of my boyfriend’s awesome fake tattoos that he got to rock…….along with a pretty cool bike we both sat on 😉
Love the design. Perhaps he will get a real one one day?
Badass skull hand tattoo…
(Some photos from the set)
And I got to sit on the bike too 😉
Anyway, I digress………..
Once a symbol of death, or poison, skulls have suddenly become chic and in vogue. Made most famous I would say by Alexander McQueen…….skulls are not just for bikers anymore. I don’t know about you, but there is something truly badass about seeing these a dainty, feminine girls wearing a ginormous skull ring on their finger. I had to have one. And after much searching, I found the perfect ring!!!!
DRUM ROLL PLEASE…………..
I AM IN LOVE WITH MY ALEXANDER MCQUEEN SKULL RING. IT’S KITCHY. IT’S BIZARRE. ITS’S ME.
I love the fact that there is a bee on it’s head. It’s like it’s not taking itself too seriously. How can a skull be scary with crystals and an insect propped on top?
Here are various photos of me modeling it. I can’t stop wearing it.
It somehow makes me happy when I look at it. ( And what a conversation starter.)
What are your thoughts? What is your favorite skull jewelry? Clothing? Accessories?
Ring: Alexander McQueen, Bag: Balenciaga