Wearable Wednesday Chloe

May 17, 2017   /   byprttynpnk  / Categories :  Feeds

Nostalgia! This is the same coat Archie Bunker wore every day back in the 70’s!

This is what Archie Bunkers toilet wore every day back inthe 70’s!

Am I seeing an opening for the models tube feedings? 

As part of the education I bring you- let me state the importance of an emergency outfit on hand. Too many people end up in the emergency room looking like this when little Fergus puts a salamander in his ear at 3am. 

You could punish Fergus for his worrying you to death by making him wear this Little Lord Fauntleroy business:
This year We’re into recycling. This used to be the bean bag chairs from the I Felta Thi fraternity house- doesnt she look jaunty?

Major pattern placement issue- unless you like being called cobweb crotch….

Photo credits:vogue.com


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