Since moving my closet out of storage I've been selling some things I don't get enough wear out of.  I knew right off the bat I wanted to get rid of an old shearling bomber, a rabbit fur, and a pair of boots... but this fringed fur coat is one I barely ever wear yet have held onto for three years.  At the end of my freshman year of college a friend gave the coat to me.  I guess she remembered me gushing over it that winter, and I'm sure she wasn't excited to lug this big coat home - either way, it was really generous and unexpected.  But now my closet is bananas so I'm going to try to sell it.   I've had numerous people tell me to keep it because it's such a ridiculous statement piece, but I really can't rationalize holding onto something valuable and space consuming when I will only wear it a few times a season.


H0T & C0LD

Here's what I wore for my final three days of work.  The shoes I was trying on in the middle are from the Agyness Deyn x Doc Martens collab.  I really really really love them, but they don't come in black so I'm probably not going to get them.  The red is cute, it's just harder for me to wear.

adrienne landau faux fur stole, vintage gap leather jacket, vintage shirt, opening ceremony boots
vintage jacket and fatigues, blood is the new black tee, doc martens
vintage jacket, vintage bob mackie shirt, frye boots


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Meadham Kirchhoff or "Made 'em Jerk off"?  Just musing here.

The faux furs from their F/W 12 collection (see my picks from the show here) are super cute.  Forget owning them, at around $7,000 the prices are much too high for anyone with a sense of humor.



At the beginning of the summer I lent some of the clothing from my senior collection to stylist Haley Wollens for a film Grant Singer was shooting with Sky Ferreira.  The trailer is out now, and you can catch a glimpse of my anime print long sleeve top and mini skirt at 00:53.  Very excited to see the entire film, it looks amazing regardless of my involvement!



Trying to dress somewhat more professionally at work - even though I'm only working one more weekend - which obviously translates to............ black.  I'm also a really erratic sleeper so I kept rolling out of bed each morning, too tired to put much thought into what I was going to wear.

dkny leather blazer, pleasure principle wrap cardigan, maria francesca pepe cross collar, jil sander boots
pleasure principle laser cut skull tee, chloe sevigny x opening ceremony boots
vintage jacket, acne sweater, dr martens

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