Wearable Wednesday Brandon Sun


I wasn’t going to go here until I saw this- it’s like a motherboard being tackled by a bearskin rug-

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I like fashion combined with function- her dress can conveniently tell her the wind direction!

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It’s the oddest thing- Veronica only felt the draft on her left nipple….

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if its a wrap- I want it. If it’s attached to her, she might need to call for help.

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I really need to see this from the side.

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I think these puffballs are lining it too- look how happy she is!

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photo credits: Style.com. All images remain the property of their original owners.

24 thoughts on “Wearable Wednesday Brandon Sun

  1. The models walking away are intriguing enough too. In the puffball photo the model in the back has her entire back exposed…no telling what the front looked like! All quite modern and bizarre and making some sort of statement about things not really being permanent or flattering for fashion sake. Like just throw it together and get the model down the darkened walkway in an old factory warehouse. Poor Veronica and her chilled nipple! Once again, Anne, you delight us and never disappoint!

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  2. sewbussted says:

    The dress with the black thing moving up over her chest reminds me of some creature feature movie. This one could be the giant leach that ate the dress πŸ™‚
    Always fun!

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  3. Shar says:

    If that first model trips on her bear rug cape there’s no way she’s getting her arms out in time to break the fall! I agree with mrsmole that this has a very ‘just thrown together’ look. I loved the last comment – I keep laughing envisioning the little puff balls tickling her!

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