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Scarves for fun and profit
Anything Ms. Frizzle Would Wear
Props! Prop! Prop! Prop! Props!
Jacket from The Gap via the thrift store
Olive v-neck from Target
Linen flower shirt from Macy’s
Tweed wool miniskirt was cutt off the bottom of a dress in high school by Kate’s little sister Sheryl
Lace skirt was also cut off the bottom of a wedding dress in highschool by Kate’s little sister Sheryl
Maroon leggings are from K-mart but have been tailored by me (the legs were really wide)
Houndstooth Converse were purchased from a second hand store that no longer exists
Whenever I try to be sexy, I end up looking like I have a developmental disability. In all of these pictures, I have a splitting headache. Most of them are of me taking my clothes off because I feel miserable and want to get into bed. Can anyone tell me why the sexiest pictures I’ve ever taken are of me in horrible pain? Oh well. The headache is gone now and I look amazing in these.
Okay, so maybe this one doesn’t look so great, but it’s the only one Ben got of the whole outfit before I started undressing.
The button says “Be Out, Be Proud, Be Safe” The EEO Director was handing them out at work
Red shirt from Ross
Tie is, as far as I can tell, from a now forgotten line of David Bowie inspired clothing, and is a thrift store find
Suspenders purchased at Eugene Jeans in Eugene, OR
Underskirt from Target via the thrift store
Overskirt is from the thrift store
Socks are from Target
Lowtop Doc Martins handed down from Cheryl
Batman watch was a Christmas gift from Ben’s mom, purchased at K-Mart