I emptied my storage unit earlier this week - thank god - but wound up being screwed over by my movers.  I'm not sure when I'm going to become numb to typical rude new york moments like that, it's always disheartening - to say the least.  Among the things I unpacked were my homemade speed necklaces... had to snap them all together over some faux fur.  Kewt kewt.

On the bright side, today I got my skeleton girl Monster High doll in the mail so I can finally share all three lovely laaaadies.  The hair was sooo mangled from the box, but I'm gonna fix it and get back with the results soon.  While I was at home earlier this month I remembered Jane from Sea of Shoes posting some Monster High dolls... and the obsession just now sank in.  I'll have to take photos of their shoes - the skeleton one came with these D2Squared spine pumps that are really rad..

The sweater with shredded effect sleeves is Alexander Wang (not mine sadly).

blood is the new black tee, vintage fatigues, homemade speed necklace, substitute trotter platform sneakers

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