Atomic Crimes




Photography: Prince B, Styling; Queen Michelle


You might have noticed my love for Underground England footwear. They've been worn in countless outfit features over the years. Catering for counter and sub cultures, of which I definitely feel part, they have been bringing us badass shoes and boots for 35 years. I shared with you their latest Remixed and Reloaded service at the weekend, and these are the first pair to be styled up. I call these ones my Black Sabbath's.

One outing of these bad boys and I had an admiring comment from a lady in Morrisons immediately! The mixture of zebra apron with the patent leather is really rather spectacular, if I don't say so myself. I am already au fait with the comfort of Bowie boots, having owned a plain black pair for many years now, but this is my first time with a double sole on this particular model, and of course my first time investigating their patent leather. It doesn't disappoint. In the punk spirit of the boots, I got Dust to add in some lace up detailing on a pair of vintage leather trousers which were too small for me. Needless to say, the lace up sides make them precisely 600 times better.




The Details


Underground England boots; Zara jacket: Sister Jane blouse; Vintage leather trousers; Luella bag; Miu Miu sunglasses


The Zara jacket I actually scooped from fellow blogger ThankFiFi at the Scottish Blogger shop. It wasn't all selling! I had this outfit in mind for these specific boots and all I was missing was a jacket and Wendy had the perfect one.

Stay tuned for the Redrum's being styled in an outfit when I return from London next week.