11.08.2010

JACK FROST CAN'T PENETRATE ME

I wore this fur coat in the morning and decided to change into some knit layers when it started raining in the afternoon.  I imagine vintage fur might smell like a dog when it gets wet?  I'd rather not find out.  I'm also 100% more comfortable in basic layers.. fur calls attention to me, and I'm much happier flying under the radar.  Living in Brooklyn for the past two years has definitely influenced how I dress.






4 comments:

  1. yep wet fur gives me the creeps... still love it though

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  2. flying under the radar is where it's at. I always used to buy flashy clothes and now i just stick to the uniform (aa black sebastian tellier shirts, skinny jeans, hoodie boots). its easy and comfy. w00t.

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  3. i dont see you ever flying under the radar. ever.

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