Due to gorgeous, spring-like, holy-shit-climate-change-is-here climate and a reserved price tag to the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork, I wore an actual blouse lately. I have hardly worn anything else apart from activism-related t-shirts since I first stepped out of quarantine in April. In truth, I felt slightly uncomfortable till I spotted my Justice masks from Black Lives Topic would nonetheless discuss for me.

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The museum is retaining the selection of guests below regulate and everybody was once required to put on mask, even within the out of doors roof lawn the place I spent maximum of my time. I suppose I am not used to being indoors anymore, until I am in my very own rental. (Hell no, I am not getting on a aircraft to head any place for Thanksgiving, which is the worst vacation ever even in non-pandemic occasions.) Anyway, this is my special-occasion, non-protest outfit.

What Wendy Wore
Most sensible: Customized-made by way of Ghost Tailor (2013)
Denims: Body Denims (2018ish)
Boots: Opening Rite (2016)
Shades: Prada (2013)
Facemask: Black Lives Topic (2020, in fact)
Feather earring: Field 185 (inherited from Chiara D’Agostino in 2020)
Laborious-to-discern necklaces: My very own NASTY necklace in gold, a guillotine pendant from Jessica Kagan Cushman, and a 1980s rope chain

Talking of the NASTY necklace, I’ve a baker’s dozen of silver NASTYs to be had for fast supply. They are at a sale worth AND I can make a donation to ProGeorgia if you are going to buy one … so why no longer purchase two? One for you and one for a chum. The vacations are coming!

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Truthfully, it is unattainable to be too nasty nowadays. Purchase two for your self!