7.21.2010

TWEAKED OUT TWINKIE

Threw on my new Givenchy boots and some basic duds for a test drive.  I don't plan on scuffing up the glossy black soles until I get back in New York.  It's unlikely there will be any reason before then that would prompt me to wear boots in weather this hot anyway.  I'll save my irrational discomfort for fashion week, thank you.


AA vest, hoodie, and tank tops, Kill City jeans, necklace made by me, Givenchy fall 2008 boots

4 comments:

  1. I mean........ Like can we be friends on FB. kthxbai.

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  2. You are so amazing ! I love the shoes too xoxo.
    http://145thandchloe.blogspot.com/

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  3. Do you realize your post showed up on this website?

    http://christwire.org/2010/08/glamorizing-the-gay-lifestyle-through-fashion/

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