Uniqlooks May 2012, DC Comics UT
Look 1 (from left to right): T-shirt, UT Uniqlo. Distressed Jeans, Zara. Heels, Alexander Wang via Vestiaire Collective, Bag, Michael Kors. Scarf, Lucy Jay. Friendship bracelet, DIY. Watch, Sekonda
Look 2: Blazer, Uniqlo. Trousers, ASOS. Clutch, Balmain. Heels, Kurt Geiger Elsie. Belt, vintage.
Look 3: Military camouflage jacket, mummy’s. T-shirt, UT Uniqlo. Checkered Skirt, Paul & Joe sister. Sandals, Camilla Skovgaard at a samplesale. Clutch, DVF. Skinny belt, JHYoo.
About high time I peel this T-shirt off myself before it pickles into a permanent layer… I’ve worn it non-stop for about a week now and I’m running out of dry-shampoo to spray under my armpits. So if you so ask nicely I could demonstrate a few more ways to wear it. For example, I find that the t-shirt goes handsomely with duvet, fluffier the better – but any tog will do. As for kicks – yes do kick your husband/bf/dog/cat to go turn off the pesky alarm. Alternatively, pair the t-shirt with a smear of pizza sauce on the sleeves for a nod to the DIY trend. I ain’t kidding though, it’s super cliche, but when you’re that someone who own attention-deprived chesticulars it’s also super fun to wear it out and see people trying to open your blazer a little wider to read the rest of your t-shirt. It excite mes because that’s the most intimacy I get, like ever. I think I’ve just said ‘super’ enough times that it doesn’t register as word in my brain anymore. Super, Suuper, Souper, Sooper, Supre, suoupre…
Also doods, Uniqlooks is holding a style contest involving UT – simply photograph an outfit with your favourite UT and upload into Uniqlooks for a chance to win an amount that I can only describe as ker-ching! SUPER FUN, innit? Enter here.