Back in January I had one of those moments in vintage shopping most girls hope for…a surprise Shaheen! I found this skirt at an antique store in town and thought it was a great price already since I loved the print so much. Then I decided to flip the hem up when I got home and saw it, clear as day…Alfred Shaheen! It was my lucky day!
I've already gotten a lot of wear out of it these past few months and love to pair it with one of my favorite jewelry sets as of late from Kitschy Witch!
I may have gotten this Shaheen for a steel but then recently bought a playsuit at regular price. Oh well…for every steal you end up buying something at full price. Perhaps this skirt will have to accompany me to more tiki bars on our trip down south!
Hello there! Been a while since I have done any blog posting but was inspired from the fun we had this past weekend. It was the return of the The Badmen, Hayride to Hell, The Hellbillys, and the farewell Bay Area show for the Chop Tops at Slim's in San Francisco. I had such a great time! How often is it you go to a show and all four bands are awesome! I was having flashbacks to my late teens when I first saw the Chop Tops at a Santa Cruz house party in the late 90s and to further add to the nostalgia I started going to shows at Slim's when I was in high school. My first rockabilly show there was Greaseball ‘97. I can remember seeing flyers for the very first Viva at that show! Anyone remember Greaseball? It would be so fun if that came back! What really added to the excitement for the night was getting to see Ben on stage again with The Badmen. I was so proud! They sounded so good!!! And I swear not just because I’m married to one of them. I actually cannot wait until their next show!
The Chop Tops around 1998, I think...
Ben found the poster back stage for the Radiohead show we went to there in 1995.
It cost $12 and wasn't even sold out!
Hayride to Hell!
The Chop Tops!
Ben caught Zach and I enjoying the show...
This show helped to ease my
sadness at not going to Viva this year. I guess I’ll survive without a
year of Viva but we will be at the Rockabilly Rockout in October for sure! Also helping to ease my pain is our trip to LA
next week! I am even more excited now to see that two great shows at
Viva Cantina will be on while we are there! It will be our own mini
Viva substitute. I really hope we can make it to both!