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Mar. 9th, 2006 | 07:40 pm
posted by: absurd_ in fashion____


Siiiiiiiiiign it (& repost) BEFORE TOMORROW.


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Mar. 2nd, 2006 | 06:18 pm
posted by: heureuxencore in fashion____

I don't know if this would fit here (Bec, if it doesn't, feel free to delete), but:

I'm selling badges on eBay at the moment.Click here to take a look at them!

They're cute, and I suppose some would call them fashionable...I wouldn't - they just sell really well. Ha.

Feel free to comment here if you would like some, but don't have an eBay account. I only accept PayPal from international buyers (I'm in Australia) - it's FREE to join, you can use a credit card or a bank account to pay, and you don't get charged 'buying fees'.


Dec. 20th, 2005 | 08:35 am
posted by: nose_enterprise in fashion____

I love 'em... do you?

A shmick collection

An ebay store



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Dec. 16th, 2005 | 02:19 am
mood: amused amused
music: Alanis Morisette - Hands Clean
posted by: absurd_ in fashion____

I'm selling my hideously gorgeous pink 80's style dress on eBay (yeah, if anyone bids! Haha!) --->
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Know anyone in Australia who might be interested? Link them!


PS - for rules regarding promos & auctions check out the userinfo. ;)
PPS - come on people, get active! POST!

Commonwealth Games Garb

Dec. 9th, 2005 | 02:58 pm
posted by: nose_enterprise in fashion____

I know it's not really outrageous fashion, but it's current and fashion, and worth discussing.

the uniform has been described as a 1950s school uniform. and by "has been described" i mean by every newspaper, and/or bulletin i've read/seen.

since when does bright trimming and a logo on the top pocket of a blazer imply 50s? there's school uniforms now that look just like this uniform, so why's this labelled 1950s? it is so merely because "retro" is in. these uniforms are barely retro at all.

plaid pants and knit vests have rarely been more popular than now, and there's barely anything retro about slip on shoes or skirts with a thigh bearing split.

i would've labelled these as "school uniforms". they have no hint of 1950s in them.

i like em

2 things.

1) i like school uniforms.

2) what would you have athletes wear?


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Dec. 8th, 2005 | 11:04 pm
posted by: absurd_ in fashion____

Welcome to fashion____!
Please read the rules before joining & posting & then let loose!