What Are You Wearing: Frankie Cropper

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From the March 20, 2014 edition

Earrings: From Charming Charlie.

Gauges: From Evolved. "I started wearing gauges when I was 15 or 16. Now I can't imagine my head without them."

Glasses: By Zenni from zennioptical.com.

Top: From American Apparel.

Skirt: From American Apparel. "I am the type of person who, before I buy something, has to be able to picture it in three different outfits."

Baby: "By John Cropper. It's the summer line."

Tights: From Target.

Boots: By Lucky from Nordstrom.

Hair: By Regina Gunn at Nurtur

Vintage Coach purse: From a thrift store, purchased for $9.

Stay What You Are tattoo: In reference to the Saves The Day album by the same title. "I first saw [my husband] John when I was 16 at a Saves The Day concert. I remember he was the guy who jumped up on stage, grabbed the mic and started singing."

Imagine tattoo: "It's 'Imagine' in Gaelic. I have, like, seven Beatles and John Lennon tattoos. It's just a thing that started happening."

Silver feather bracelet: "I got this at a store in Portland, my spirit city."

Brown and aqua bracelet: "This a Buddhist prayer bracelet with 108 beads. I made it."

Nude braided bracelet: From a Cherokee jewelry store outside Gatlinburg, Tennessee, bought during their Babymoon.

Virgin Mary bracelet: "I need all the luck I can get during this pregnancy, so I figured I'd wear them all. ... Every other bracelet is from, like, a Cherokee reservation and this is from Forever 21."

Rings, right hand: "Each ring I wear represents someone I love. They're like my lucky charms. The claddagh is for my best friend in California. ... We joke that we are life partners. ... The middle ring was my Grandma Frankie's, and it is what started my obsession with turquoise. I haven't taken it off since I was 10. ... The other ring is for my other best friend."

Rings, left hand: "[My daughter is] due in July, and I wanted something red for her birthstone, and this is Mother of Pearl so it seemed fitting. Then these are my John rings, duh."