Tuesday, 2 February 2010

CASEY BERNICE GETS ANDROGINOUS,

last night i stayed at my dearest lukes house and with having such a terribly lazy day, time passed and it got a little too late for me to head home and get some fresh clothes for today. i don't do this very often i reassure you.
so alas; this morning i raded luke's wardrobe in attempt too see what i could find. i really do love wearing my boyfriends clothes not in a cross dressing kinda way or something of that sort but i feel that wearing loose fitting shirts and tee's with super skinny trousers heels and heaps of lipstick really does make me feel classically sexy.

so i took some photographs of a few of the outfits i managed to conjour up involving my skinny trousers, classic patent shoe boots (bought from a charity shop in Harrogate for £8!) and a few gold chains and lockets.

 


 
here i'm wearing one of lukes flannel lumber-jack shirts, with his tegan&sara/american apparel tee, i absoloutely adore this tee and try to wear it at any possible opportuinty. the design is sickk, tegan and sara in tree form? and tegan or is it sara has been chopped? amaizing. i intend to inherite this shirt in due time.


 
here i am working the masculine, monochrome look in one of lukes tailored shirts and his charcoal denim shirt, as you can see i like to layer. i definitely think this has a workman/pirate vibe of some sort.

 

and here i am wearing a pair of lukes super burgundy drainpipes. these kinda have an anti-fit feel on me, but i kinda like it and worn with heels and a tight jersey shirt it kinda looks allright. please excuse my terribly hair, its pretty much in purgatory atm - neither here nor there.
p.s i'd also love to share with you what the man himself has been wearing since recovering from his op. 


 
 
 
i apologise for the photo of just his lower body but he was afraid his hair looked awful, luke is going for a highly defined muppet theme in animal lounge pants and kermit slippers, i think these definitely are helping with the whole mending process. 

1 comment:

  1. Well done! And the "highly defined muppet theme" is a laugh :)

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