|Wheels & Dollbaby shirt|
Sass and Bide Jeans
Nathan Smith shirt
Leather jacket from a random Asian store
Doc Marten boots
Ralph Lauren bag
|Giles and Brothers leather bracelet|
Heh who am I kidding? Me? Chopping wood? Unless I'm chopping a Chloe tree with maybe a Prada axe? But why is the flannel shirt such a masculine piece of clothing? I wore it and all my friends were like, "Flannel? Really?" like it's now a fashion crime for me because I lack the testosterone. Am I really exiled into a flannel-less world? To be honest, I thought I looked quite heterosexual. No one else did. In fact, they laughed when I said that. I don't blame them, you can see in the background of these photos I actually shopped at Pitt St Mall until it closed.
But seriously why is Wheels and Dollbaby, an Australian brand known for their feminine pin-up doll clothing making masculine flannel shirts? I mean designers spend lots of resources moulding their brand into a particular image. Maybe they were targetting the male demographic that want to appease their inner woman by going one step closer to wearing a skimpy tight dress.
I can just see it now.
If you haven't died from all the faggotry from this post I thought I would try and inject more masculinity in this post. Because Lola obviously is more of a man than I'll ever be. It's like that Freaky Friday movie. We are stuck in each others' bodies.
Sass & Bide pants
Boots from eBay
Photographs by Lola.