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All Art is Quite Useless

By Astylizedhysteria

I’m finally getting a chance to watch Dorian Gray, the movie based on my favorite Oscar Wilde book. Oscar Wilde was, to me at least, the first wildly fabulous gay man full of wit and charm. I’m not sure yet if the movie has done the book justice. If you saw it, what did you think?

I wore this on Sunday, after being inspired by Holly of Covetous Creatures and her casual outfit of longer cutoffs. Frankly, I’m a little tired of seeing super short cutoffs. On the other hand, I’m loving my new-to-me flatforms from the last clothing swap I attended.

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vest- H&M
tank- Alice & Olivia
shorts- cutoffs
shoes- swapped
earrings- H&M

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