SPUN featured quite a few miseducatedly fashionable moments as well as lovely artistic shots nestled within it’s not-so-attractive, but strangely engrossing plot lines. Each snap(shot) seems to engulf the pleasure and pain aspect of drug addiction. It’s a movie about scoring and partaking in the use of, as well as the lifestyle surrounding, crystal meth. Probably not a good watch for the easily offended or sickened but a good watch for the strange movie lover like myself.
The dog was green to indicate he was sick but it otherwise acted like a normal, healthy dog with a miseducated hair treatment.
Shrinking Violet, the unique clothing shop in Bristol, has quite an adorable miseducated team and message. They have fun wherever they go and the gorgeous clothes they sell and wear have to add tons of extra smiles to the day. When I’m wearing something extremely cute I feel like I radiate rainbows and maybe that impacts the world around you!
“Shrinking Violet is a shop created because of the lack of braveness in the alternative fashion scene, we started it because everything that was “alternative” just looked the same to us and we wanted to be different! We want people to feel happy and bright in there clothes because we believe that wearing something fabulous puts you in a great mood :)! Most of our clothes are handmade and fair trade and designed by us! Don’t be afraid to be different girls and boys! The world needs more people like you!!”
xxx, Shrinking Violet to Miseducated ladies
Of course the girls of Shrinking Violet have colorful, loud and lovely personal spaces!~ Miseducated mayhem!
All photos by Shrinking Violet, designed and manipulated by Amber Renee.
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Maryanne Nguyen put together MENAGERIE, a lovely art benefit last winter.. This show was like a journey through a curious white tunnel, very urban and fun. I adored it. Not only that but I saw the poster with my husband (as a lion) plastered everywhere, haha.
Another of Maryanne Nguyen’s fine show experiences fell into play here. She’s always putting together the best events and galleries — I know I’ll never be let down. It’s very refreshing to know great events are always happening here in Indianapolis.
I can see why they named their boutique tantrum.. that’s all I wanted to do when I saw all the must-haves! Absolutely everything I spotted was gorgeous and exquisite. Although I came just to shoot, I ended up shopping quite a bit after my camera got full on this delectable dessert!
“Let’s go to The Flying Cupcake Bakery” , Wendy suggested. I thought it was a joke… could such a place really exist outside of my dreams? She assured me it was indeed real and we should book a trip immediately. I was much obliged, of course.
The bakery is thumbs sky high! My coconut cupcake kept me extremely satisfied (even with my insatiable need for sweets!) and I considered buying a box of them. If it weren’t true that I would eat them entirely too soon. :p The bakery (+ ice cream parlor) wasn’t perfect enough with the kitsch yet chic charm~ the surrounding area was also fabulously charming. Meat market and all!