10.11.2010

YOU KNOW HOW I DO

I wasn't planning on making anything for halloween, but seeing as I have a class devoted to swimwear this semester it became inevitable that some spandex creation would crossover into costume territory.  I made this G.I. Jane one piece for my first assignment.  I also threw together a single leg of patchwork leggings with some leftover fabric, and of course, I tried them on together.  I liked the look so much I finished the leggings with a mid thigh length leg on the other side later this afternoon.











3 comments:

  1. omg your body is so hot! love this costume . one of the few that can pull this shit off. keep going further, we are all fans!!!!

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  2. Oh, I know many boys that would look a lot better in something this tight and revealing.. but thank you!

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