Tank: Long awaited gift (see story below)
High waisted flares: Victoria's Secret
Clogs: Torpatoffeln (mine are used from Ebay, but many people get them from Lotta from Stockholm)
Hat, bag: Local antique shop
While it's true that I received this "U2 - One" t-shirt when it was already in this state of decay, does it count for anything that it was still authentically shredded by age, not by workers in an Urban Outfitters factory or something? This tee belonged to my high school friend Chris House, though I never actually saw it while we were in school. He heard that I liked U2, and told me that somewhere, buried in storage in his parents' house, was this shirt, with an artistic shot of the buffalo from the video for the song, and the word "one" in a variety of languages written on the back; that it was old and decrepit, but if he ever found it, I could have it.
Years and years after graduating, long after we'd grown up, and Chris was busy being married and having kids and being awesome, he apparently discovered the long hidden shirt. So he actually delivered it to my parents' house, since they still lived in our hometown. I reconfigured it as a tank top, and at some point, I'll probably have to reinforce the parts that are separating, because this thing is living forever. ;)
Do you have any items in your wardrobe with a cool story behind them?