A “Pachucha” (Mexican-American women in zoot suits) Rosie From Boyle Heights In The 1940s. (via)
‘A zoot suit (occasionally spelled zuit suit) is a men’s suit with high-waisted, wide-legged, tight-cuffed, pegged trousers, and a long coat with wide lapels and wide padded shoulders. This style of clothing became popular among the African American, Chicano, Filipino American, and Italian American communities during the 1940s.’ (wiki)
“Everything on this CD reminds me of you. And remember those songs we liked so much? The ones about getting drunk that we swore were about us? Hella on this mix. I even included that one song we heard at the Rave. TOLD YOU I LISTENED.
I love you so much.
Japandroids - The Nights of Wine and Roses // Filter - Take A Picture // Deadmau5 - I Remember // The Smiths - There Is A Light That Never Goes Out // Minus The Bear - Pachucha Sunrise // Angus & Julia Stone - Santa Monica Dream // Bright Eyes - Lua // Bloc Party - So Here We Are // Swim Deep - She Changes The Weather // Filter - Take A Picture