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I’ll take two (if it has a sequin on it’s mine).
I will also festoon my Docs with silk flowers and raid the fruit bowl in readiness.
This is like a breath of Spring and a big squirt of anti-crap spray all in one – thank you Sister W.
My entire wardrobe consists solely of black, white, grey and brown. I can’t even visualize what that dress would look like on me, but I love it on the model. However, despite the monotone colors in my closet, I would wear the SHIT out of those shoes.
Although I mainly wear dark colors, I absolutely love Romance Was Born, I think I’ve written about them a couple times too many on my blog. I want everything I look at it to be such beautiful crazy raver club kid madness. It brings a little joy into my day.
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Strangely and horribly enough, I recently had a quite nasty experience caused by looking at a VERY, VERY fat Australian female in a rather similar outfit. She seemed to think she was a singer/sex symbol and or Cher.
They also have shoes with what looks like stuffed Fu lions on them and CHOPSTICKS. That’s some good crack the designers are smoking. Either that or there was a clearance sale at some chintzy Asian shop in the mall.
Would totally wear if I were an Asian drag queen or doing a burlesque version of “Farewell My Concubine”. Otherwise, pass.
Andra – I honestly think that was me. (Not joking) Did you see ‘her’ in melbourne? Because I wore something super similar to that and I sometimes look like a very very very fat woman who is delusional and think she’s cher.