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Hello, Waist.


After wearing a bunch of really slouchy stuff these days, I felt like I just needed a dose of hourglassiness.

I’d say I acheived my goal.


skirt: Banana Republic via Housing Goods (thrift store in NYC); top: Alternative Apparel via Faces; boots: on sale for 6 bucks at Target.com a few years ago; necklace: gift from Jerusalem

Also, an ENORMOUS hair clip given to me by a friend. It tackles my hair with only the help of two or three more bobby pins (on a good day).

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