Added Jul 27, 2008
Salmon Arm, Canada
Found a fun light jersey top at the thrift store. Tore it apart at all seams, ripped the front and back in vertical halves. Put it back together, seams out and extras in!
Paint: right front + back, stomped all over with combat boots; left sleeve, various sized yogurt containers and coffee cans; hood, a couple skeleton hands for good measure (if you’re a horse, that is.) No pictures were taken with the hood actually up, so you’re going to have to take my word on that.
Trashed the cuffs, made minimal effort putting them back together with safety pins.
Hood and right shoulder have lace detailing (mohawk- + epaulette-esque, respectively)
Zipper down the front, roughly.
Thrift store top, black house paint, yogurt containers, combat boots, skeleton hand stencils, lace, safety pins
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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