Meaning the outfit might be something the lovely Kristy Green might wear. Vintage apron, worn as top: check. Denim skirt: check. Cowboy boots, a Sacramento-style summer signature: double check. Thought this would be a great time to wear my new Art Owl pendant, and for good measure my gun holster bolero neck-tie.
As you can tell, the sun is still going strong at 8 o'clock. The photos are over- exposed, and so many of the pictures had these long, strange shadows from the low angle of the sun. But this is Sacramento summer, and its sunsets, like the people, are a bit eccentric & colorful. Which I believe happened at 8:43 p.m.
Here is a detail of the necklaces. The top one is an incredible piece from Art Owl. It is a vintage medallion possibly from Korea, of a young Asian dictator. The artist said it came from a private collection of an older woman who smuggled it out of her home-country. The star is made of copper, with an enamel image attached to it. The chain is also re-purposed vintage, and the back of the necklace has a beautiful and funky hand-forged fastener. The bottom necklace is an old bolero neck tie I've had forever. It used to have a little gun inside the holster but I've long since lost it. I like the eclectic quality of both the necklaces; they seem to go well together and with the faded vintage apron top.