The early 2000's weren't good for anyone--Fashion-wise. I was guilty. I did an ad campaign for Ed Hardy, and walked in an Affliction runway show... Needless to say I had rhinestoned-skull t-shirts for days! Lucky for me, those days are in the past, unfortunately I can't say the same for everyone else. Lately I have encountered an uncomfortable amount of trucker hats and tribal tattoos. In 2001 I bet you were a bad-ass with your tribal sun tattoo on the nape of your neck. But now it's 16 years later. I understand that it is permanent mistake, that will be stuck with you longer than that DUI charge; but could you be so kind to hide it from my delicate eyes?! I do appreciate that you are trying to camoflage your ink with those sunspots, but enough is enough. Get it covered up or get it zapped off. As for those trucker hats...there is no excuse. If you are still wearing one [present day] you can just go ahead and de-friend me and un-follow me on social media. We are all judged by the company we keep. Which is why I keep my Top Man Bomber so near and dear to my heart.
Sunglasses Acne Studios // Jacket Top Man // T-shirt LAG Vintage // Jeans Zara // Shoes Golden Goose