12.01.2010

SOMETHING LIKE CHILDHOOD

Here's the hoodie I mentioned in a post a few days ago.  Since it's cropped (and huge) there are a million way to layer with it so I decided to try it with the leather net I made that I tend to forget about.  I've worn the net with my Jil Sander boots before (here) and it always looks good.. I only wish I hadn't left my black pvc leggings at home because the net would look sick over them.

vintage hoodie and tee, leather net and animal clutch made by me, kill city jeans, jil sander boots







6 comments:

  1. I really love the net you have made. Must of taken ages though.

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  2. hate you for your js boots.

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  3. um wow!!!

    this is insanely good!! i dunno what im in love with the most your shoes, your diy or the whole bloody thing!!!

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  4. Everything here is amazing! The leather thing.... )you gotta love knotting leather strips!) looks like perfection and I could think of a billion and one ways I'd wanna wear it. Shoes - I'M JEALOUS!!! and finally, the leather animal clutch just fucking rocks! xx

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  5. i need one of those clutches in my life. also in backpack form. aaaaaah!

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