Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Bring Out Your Dead

 Day of the Dead print mini dress: Freak of Nature via Asos
Shoes: very old Jeffrey Campbell
Flannel: MC's
Cuff: Thrifted
Circular sunglasses: Giant Vintage


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  1. I don't comment much on the purely style posts, but I always want to when there's flannel involved (to the extent I have a personal style, its early 1990s suburban stay at home mom meets hippie meets punk rock, so flannel is key). What I'm really digging here is the dress, though, which is about as badass as a dress with religious iconography plastered across the chest can get. I love it.

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    1. Dang, thanks, Sandy! I'd say that "early 1990s suburban stay at home mom meets hippie meets punk rock" sounds like effing perfection. And I agree that in all things, flannel is key.

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  2. Lol at your post title :)
    Love this look, especially the sandals!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  3. Kind of wonder why you never watching your hidden FB notes ? Maybe it's hidden on your Other folder.

    looks like this

    http://a.abcnews.com/images/Technology/HT_facebook_inbox_ml_130723_16x9t_384.jpg

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    1. Woah, that's crazy! I had no idea! Thanks for pointing this out to me, Ken. I literally have HUNDREDS of messages in this mysterious "Other" inbox that I've never seen!

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    2. Haha! well, in that case, might be a honor if you answer them all. my friend has sent you one there. Good luck.Cammila!

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  4. I might call that flannel unnecessary! But perhaps its function is pure fashion, what do I know?

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    1. It's pure fashion in these photos, but it's also pretty cold in my office. :)

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