American Apparel beanie; Abercrombie & Fitch denim jacket; modified Jack & Jones men's graphic tee; random flannel shirt from Hong Kong supermarket; H&M skirt; Aldo boots
What did I say previously about having perma-beanie syndrome? ....Right. I still refuse to take it off, with perhaps more energy and conviction than this particular wardrobe predicament may deserve. It's just hard to get over how a beanie immediately adds some dirt/grunge/grit into every ensemble: flannel shirts and ripped denim, natch. With all perma-beanie/lumberjackism worshipping aside, the graphic tee is one I bought perhaps four or five years ago but have never worn, my only reason of purchase being that it had half naked girls on it and 18-year-old me thought I was being a badass. It sat in my drawer, untouched, until three years ago when I took it upon myself to take a pair of scissors to it. We have since then become veritably inseparable. Never underestimate the prodigious and oftentimes profoundly efficacious power of alteration.