“every absurdity has a champion to defend it.” // oliver goldsmith

“absurdity and anti—absurdity are the two poles of creative energy.” // karl lagerfeld

i won’t wax poetic on all the ways a person can choose to express themselves – yet, the way one seeks to clothe themselves is obviously a potent and many-layered abstraction, (beyond how many necklaces one wears, or how all five of those t-shirts and tunics just… neeeeeeed to go all together to finish your look).

what one finds ridiculous another finds inspirational, and i suppose that is the beauty of fashion, and of subjectiveness. so, i present these items without comment – i may not understand them, i may find them on one end positively twee, to the opposite side of town where the truly tacky resides; but that doesn’t mean that they do not have some inherent worth just because they’re not my bag.

(okay, i suppose that was with some commentary.)

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→ source : shorty leather-appliquéd suede slippers by marc by marc jacobs via net-a-porter

→ source : neon yellow féline tank via brian lichtenberg

→ source : x-ray sunglasses from jeremy scott via linda farrow

→ source : sweet talk embroidered leather clutch by sophia webster via browns fashion

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