sequin bomber jacket

anonymous asked:

(Hope you don't mind the random questions, I like hearing your opinion and I thought it'd be nice to get way from some of the people who are being unnecessarily harsh re: your thoughts on J/K) What have been some of your fave tour outfits of Taylor's?


this iconic fringe situation

and this sparkly lil number where she probably should’ve been wearing a bra and never did


moving onto speak now. has there ever bee na more iconic dress ever? i think not. 

and this ballgown that was so soft™

okay anyway! RED! the red tour. wowie. all of these costumes were good. 


and this look! 

and this beautiful number. did someone call for a ballerina! because taylor swift picked up! 

we can’t forget another soft ballgown™

and then of course the iconique 1989 tour where every costume had like 92890238092 multiples

let’s start off with the mermaid sequin bomber jacket!! iconic!

i feel like this black on black situation was special but highly underrated

the white! the garters! the scandal! parents were outraged!

the gold bodysuit! wow! BUT NOT THE BLACK VERSION THAT’S EVIL

and we can’t forget the version with the skirt!! so soft!! such a fairy!

this badass black bodysuit situation! step on my face!

and of course, to conclude, the iconic blue shake it off outfit. 

this concludes costume hour. 

You’d better believe each member of the Justice League wears each other’s merch ironically.

Clark wears a Batman t-shirt to meetings and pretends he doesn’t understand why Bruce is glaring at him.

Diana and Dinah buy each other’s merchandise and have a swap meet from time to time. 

Ollie thinks it’s hilarious and has been known to gift Green Arrow merchandise to members of the team as a congratulations for taking down a particularly tough villain.

Hal shows up to League events in increasingly ridiculous Flash gear - first a Flash keychain, then a phone case, then a t-shirt with a Flash emblem, followed by a bedazzled, sequin-embroidered bomber jacket declaring himself “Flash’s #1 Fan”.

Barry literally showed up to one meeting in full-body Batman cosplay.

The High Fashion Rebel

Brandon Flowers is a hometown boy whose hometown happens to be Las Vegas. The 34-year-old Killers frontman and solo artist, whose 2015 album The Desired Effect reached No. 3 on Billboard’s Alternative Albums chart, grew up in the shadow of the glitzy Strip.

While his sense of style and musical presence owe credit to some of Sin City’s most iconic frontmen — from Frank Sinatra to Elvis — the alt rocker known for his dance-friendly tracks prefers T-shirts and the occasional sequined bomber jacket to suits and ties.

Flowers, who has been known to sport statement pieces like feather-accented jackets, says he hates red carpets but admits that “style is a huge part of a musician’s image. When I think of Morrissey, I think of his pompadour. When I think of Mick Jagger, I think of scarves. Roy Orbison had his Ray-Bans. As for me,” he adds with a laugh, “I guess time will tell what my trademark will be.”

Favorite Designer
“The go-to guy is Hedi Slimane. Being from the Southwest, I can’t say anything in French, but I love Saint Laurent.”

Best Fashion Advice Received
“Just because it looks good on Mick Jagger doesn’t mean it’s going to look good on you.”

Style Icons
“As I’ve gotten older, I’ve come to appreciate simplicity; guys like Marlon Brando and Paul Newman. You can’t improve on the classics.”

—Mike Sager