Amanda’s Sense of Style
I knew Amanda a bit. She wasn’t the kind of girl that dressed [removed] and all. Her sense of style was just very original. But she usually looked nice and matched. Normal clothing you’d find at hot topic or something but with a touch of Amanda.
A normal Amanda outfit would be something like::
A Corset like this but with little buttons and patches and stuff that Amanda added:
A skirt like this but with solid pink or black leggings:
A matching hairband:
I don’t have a photo to show of how her jewelry was because i think it was all handmade. I hear that her aunt is an anthropologist and used to send her handmade jewelry from all parts of the world. I think Amanda was really fascinated with different cultures. Maybe she wants to be an anthropologist like her aunt.
She’s also really big on recycling clothes. When her clothes would start to get old, she would re-design them and wear them until they are un wearable and then send them to the recycling center
Response number 1
When i hung around Amanda she always dressed in sort of a 50’s chic way.
Response number 2
She might also wear…
Response number 3
yeah. she wasn’t really like into just wearing one style. she could go from prep to 50s to rocker…. she was just that unique
Response number 4
I always found her clothes to be very bright. Lots of pink, yellow, and red. She had this pair of jeans that looked like she’d taken about five different colors of paint and splattered them. She always seemed to be wearing five or so super thin layers, off-the-shoulder tees, see-through tank tops. Lots of tears and rips, but somehow still very pristine. She never wore anything stained, and she never wore anything twice, excluding those jeans. I think she liked them as much I did. Every once in a while you’d get crazy skirt, or flirty, simple dress. One time she wore a long skirt as a dress and belted it. She wore many different headbands, with flowers on them and sometimes antenae. Her hairclips never failed to amaze me, either. She had a few midrift shirts, but there was always a tank top under them. She could flaunt her perfect figure while still being completely modest. Her jewelery did look homemade. It was as if she’d taken a hammer to storebaught stuff, and pinned it all together with saftey pins. She would often switch out the things pinned on, or the original necklace. Occasionally, I’d see a stud in her nose, but when it wasn’t there I could never find the hole. Same with her ears. I once saw saftey pins in them, but later the holes were gone.
I would add pictures, but I doubt that there’s anywhere that can mimic her style.
Response number 5
I agree with what AwesomeAnna93 said and what CecileReeve said. There are very few things you can always count on about Amanda’s clothing - it’d be brightly colored, compleatly different than what she’d worn before, and it would most certainly leave an impression. I always loved to see what outfit she’d wear to school. I really like her style - if only I was brave enough to wear something similar… ;)
Response number 6
When I was with Amanda…. she had a total rocker style… kind of like me, i think thats why we clicked…. glam rock that is
[ Edited: 11 December 2009 10:57 PM by Glamrockgirl]
Response number 7
I think by changing her look as she meets new people, shes connecting with them on that level and trusting them.When she changes her style shes sharing a different side of herself with each person she meets. If everyone said what they experienced with Amanda we could come up with some answers. she always seemed to try to connect…. but it always seemed like she was hiding something
Im going crazy trying to figure out where she could be next.
Response number 8
you guys are right, there is a pattern in Amandas clothing choice…even if it was just her lipstick there was always something vibrant and bright in her outfits.
Response number 9
Are you kidding? Amanda dressed like a cross-breed between Lady GaGa, Adam Lambert, Michael Jackson, and Audrey Hepburn. Has no one else seen the cat-tail sunglasses made out of clear plastic with amber lenses and little green buttons on the corner? or the nylon skirt with the plastic over it and the metal braces every two inches that where studded in huge rhinestones? or the white jacket from hot topic that looked like a straight jacket that she covered glitter? or the Audrey Hepburn style dress with the red glitter splattered on it like blood? she was a syco!
Response number 10
We went shopping a couple times together
or rather she took me somewhere i never heard of and i found the coolest stuff
i found this new store miss 60 and its literally made up of 60’s clothes, one of my now favorite stores
and we always went into random botiques
mostly places with uncommon brand names
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