9.26.2011

TR0P1CCULT

I woke up this morning and looked at the latest post at DI$COUNT and felt inspired to wear this floral shirt again (more of it HERE) before it gets colder out.  I wore it with the same camouflage pants from one of the previous posts.

Luckily, there was also a link to some free downloads for Unicorn Kid so I loaded my iPod before heading to work, though I still can't stop watching the music video.  Also wanted to share this vid for Girl Unit's Shade On - I posted about this song before, but this video is major eye candy, and I'm still obsessed.

vintage shirt, pleasure principle tee, homemade speed cross necklace








2 comments:

  1. TR0P1CCULT HAWTNE$$. I love you so much for posting Girl Unit last time. I have been listening to them ever since.

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  2. right! dream holograms: http://shop.thecobrasnake.com/collections/accessories/products/holographic-round-image-sunglasses

    the WWJD ones, fucking sold out though

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