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DENIM JACKET. WRANGLER.
STRIPED T-SHIRT. & OTHER STORIES.
FISHNET TIGHTS. ALBERT CUYP MARKET.
BOOTS. DR. MARTENS.
Skirts are for girly-girls, anyways that's what I believed as a teenager. On the playground all "popular" girls with denim Indian Rose skirts and Repetto ballerina's would gossip about the newest boy in the class. I was somewhere 20 meters away from that, in my Coolcat army pants and brown Palladium boots in the invisible zone. Maybe it was there and than that I developed an aversion to skirts, I thought girls were vulnerable and pigeonholed by wearing this utterly feminine piece of clothing. Until this day I am still not a fervent skirt wearer, namely because I still fear the label "girly-girl". Carefully I select my skirt moments, as I did here. Paired with my Dr. Martens, fishnet tights and denim jacket I avoid all dreadful labels and feel completely at ease in my skirt.
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