REVIEW: Ink & Lead Vintage

Blouse- c/o Ink & Lead Vintage/Collar Tips- eBay/Hi-Lo Skirt- Target/Witch Boots- Pink Bubblegum Pop/Ring- H&M
(I have yet to perfect the art of selfies! Please bear with my abuse of contrast until I get it together.)
Hello darlings! Dominique of Ink & Lead Vintage contacted me recently, asking if I would like to do a review of her shop for Zero Style. Of course I jumped at the chance! I had already been eyeing up several things on there, but none quite as hard as this amazing black and brown blouse. 
 

This blouse is in amazing condition. Dominique has a real eye for great vintage gems, as you can see here! Her prices are very reasonable and I can tell you that I received my item in a timely manner, with cute packaging to boot! Here are some of my favorite dresses from Ink & Lead:
Ink & Lead Vintage
If you like what you've seen so far, you're in luck- there is an exclusive discount just for Zero Style readers! Just enter the code ZEROSTYLE at checkout for 15% off your order. This discount is only valid for the month of September, so what are you waiting for?? Get over there and get yourself some treasures! And while you're at it, check out the Ink & Lead blog. Personal style and selections from the shop. Sounds great!

And finally, because I'm obsessed with this ring and nail color... a bonus photo. (Sally Hansen Salon Effects strips in Groove AKA: slime green, AKA: my favorite color/the best color.)

i wore.... a color????

Dress- Astral Boutique/Skull Flats - eBay/Necklace - Forever 21

I saw this dress on Etsy a few months ago, and I had to have it. It makes me feel like a piece of candy! I'm obsessed with polyester scooter dresses from the 60s, and I can pretty much guarantee the only times you'll see me wearing color will involve a cute mod dress. I will say though, there is a time and a place for a dress like this, and maybe day tripping in Pittsburgh in 87 degree weather wasn't that time? So, learn from my very sweaty mistake, people! Polyester wasn't meant for summer!

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I just bought a Canon Rebel T3, so I have to curb my clothes spending for a little while. I am an insane online shopper. I probably get at least two packages every week, so this is going to be REALLY HARD for me! I signed up for Polyvore months ago but never actually learned how to use it until today. I hope this will satisfy my desire to shop without actually having to spend any money. This look is comprised of pieces that have been sitting in my "saved items" folder on ASOS forever.

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ASOS midi skirt
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ASOS gold ring
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ASOS beauty product
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What do you think? Do you use Polyvore? If so, add me

Baby's First (sadly Snooki-free) Jersey Shore Experience.

Best shirt ever - Dorothy Perkins/Mullet Skirt - Target/Sunnies - ZenniOptical.com/Collar Tips - eBay


Ok, I'm obsessed with this shirt. Perfect summergoth look. I have been a huge fan of wearing sheer shirts with my bra hangin' out this summer. Sure does get me a lot of dirty looks, but WHO CARES about boring people who don't like see through shirts right????

Hello!

                                                                         Blouse + Necklace- F21+/Bra - Cacique/Skirt - Target/Purse - ASOS/Boots - Doc Martens

I've been blogging on various platforms since I was a teen. Most recently, I'd been blogging on Tumblr. For the last two and a half years, I've gone by the pseudonym Zero Girl (hence the name of this blog). But Tumblr just wasn't doin' it for me anymore. I wanted my blog to be more personal, and I started to find myself feeling guilty doing more than reblogging pictures of flowers or whatever on there, for fear of clogging up peoples' dashboards. So here I am. I plan on posting mostly outfit photos, some reviews, inevitably some personal anecdotes. I am keeping my Tumblr as a sort of mood board. And if you have Instagram, I highly recommend you follow me @bubblegump0p, because I'm pretty active on there.

I've had a lot of really amazing experiences in the past few years, which I consider a product of blogging; like walking in the final INDIE+ fashion show in NYC, modeling for companies such as Domino Dollhouse, Sweetooth Couture, and Re/Dress NYC, meeting some of my favorite bloggers IRL, and generally gaining a better understanding of myself. I'm really excited about this project and I can't wait to see where it takes me.

xo,
Erin