Great White Snark: Glampiracy.

Monday, October 8, 2012


So, a while back a friend of mine (who has such a charming must go there NOW) coined the term "Glampirate" as a nickname/verb (we go "Glampirating," often to Steak'n'Shake and Goodwill and/or Plato's). I think this came about the time that everyone thought that a "Vampirate" (being a vampire-pirate) was the best thing ever, and she just made a clever play on words. Anyway, the other day I came across this editorial featuring Kirsty Hume in Elle, and it EPITOMIZES "Glampirate!"

Photo credit.

I love the whole aesthetic. I like the sparkly-girly-glam bit and the rough-and-tumble, just blown in from the high seas look. 

I also totally wish I could dress like this every day in real life and get away with it. Alas.

Just thought I'd share! I found it inspiring/cool, especially since I have a history with "glampirating." *_~

1 comment:

  1. To be fair, I believe the term was inspired by Gala Darling, who is arguably the original Glampirate. But you're right: this is glampirate to a t! I would support you dressing like this in every day life...
    Thanks for the shout-out!