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Hayley Williams has been wearing the same white high-top sneakers for the past four Paramore shows. They are the Leather Sk8-Hi D-Lo from Vans ($65.00). Hayley wore a pair of pink Sk8-Hi shoes during Warped Tour back in 2007, but these leather ones which have slimmer sides and a thinner sole.
Hayley Williams is wearing the Yellow Splash Tee by Obesity and Speed. This is available in a womens cropped tee ($72.00) and a mens scoopneck tee ($64.40), but I actually think that Hayley is wearing the mens versions as hers seems a bit longer.
This is one of three Obesity and Speed tops that Hayley has worn at recent meet and greets so they were probably all gifts.
Paramore live at Belsonic 2012 on August 19 2012 - photo: grabmyjunk
Paramore headlined the fifth day of the Belsonic festival in Belfast today with support from a few bands including Gallows singer Frank Carter’s new band Pure Love. Hayley performed in their Pure Love Logo T-Shirt (£16.00) with the sleeves cut off.
Hayley Williams has a new tattoo! It’s a lightning bolt with the letters “TCB” for “Takin’ Care of Business.” This was the motto of Elvis Presley and his backing band was named the TCB band. The lightning bolt TCB logo was used by Elvis on jewelry and even on his plane.
You might recognize the design from Hayley’s necklace that she often wears, though her necklace says TLC. Elvis himself had a necklace with the TCB design. Hayley writes “Finally got my TCB today. Been wearing the necklace for years… All the men in my family have TCB (taking care of business) and the women have TLC (tendler love and care). Now I’ve got both… And one of them is permanent! Think Elvis would be proud?”
This is Hayley’s third tattoo of 2012, along with a large sidepiece of flowers and a quote on her forearm. Hayley’s first three tattoos were all in discrete locations — two on her ankle and one behind her ear — but it seems like she’s been moving towards larger pieces and more obvious locations. It will be interesting to see how many more tattoos she adds before she starts slowing down. This one brings her total to nine.
The tattoo was done at Kat Von D’s shop High Voltage Tattoo in West Hollywood by Dan Smith, the same artist who did Hayley’s last tattoo.