This is my ensemble for a 1990's hipster quickie marriage performed on a bridge, above a wide river by the Dalai Lama's brother.
Always ritualistic-ly dressing, I had charms in my hair to represent the 'charms' that led to the marriage that ended just as quickie as it started, in spite of the good karma symbolism of the bridge and the esteemed officiate. A pocketbook, alarm clock, and an artists' palette were my evil bridesmaid touches.
You can see I was not a fan of the wedding of my "Sunny" friend a "Darkly Boy" who had a habit of wearing swashbuckling capes and lived on top of a mountain.
In this illustration I affected a stance that in retrospect was comical for its judgement. The charms of drama and karma.
Decor: Miss-Charmed is a good breakup image or put somewhere to remind one to be wary of any kind of caped creatures swooping in without the best of intentions.
Good God, I know none of that may convince anyone to purchase this.