January 31, 2013
When I’m attending events underground in 5 degree weather, I always try to wear layers.  The low-albedo outerwear helps absorb any sunlight, and it also provides a nice counterpoint to the earth tones I’m accessorizing with.  Today I’m wearing a collectible “Walden VI” hoodie ($35 new): the rare version from 2006 in which Henry David Thoreau is shown riding a giraffe in a circus car.  I’m pairing with matching thermal trousers made of “nanofibers” by an Israeli firm ($16 new), along with a pair of black neoprene boots gleaned from a lost-and-found pile (price unknown).  To emphasize the efficient, decisive nature of my wardrobe choices, the pants are on backwards.

On top of this ensemble, I’ve applied seven pounds of mostly Vergennes clay, accented with hints of Nellis stony loam (free!).  These go on wet and then form a lovely two-tone as they dry on the black background.

When I’m attending events underground in 5 degree weather, I always try to wear layers.  The low-albedo outerwear helps absorb any sunlight, and it also provides a nice counterpoint to the earth tones I’m accessorizing with.  Today I’m wearing a collectible “Walden VI” hoodie ($35 new): the rare version from 2006 in which Henry David Thoreau is shown riding a giraffe in a circus car.  I’m pairing with matching thermal trousers made of “nanofibers” by an Israeli firm ($16 new), along with a pair of black neoprene boots gleaned from a lost-and-found pile (price unknown).  To emphasize the efficient, decisive nature of my wardrobe choices, the pants are on backwards.

On top of this ensemble, I’ve applied seven pounds of mostly Vergennes clay, accented with hints of Nellis stony loam (free!).  These go on wet and then form a lovely two-tone as they dry on the black background.

  1. recursivemuffin reblogged this from whatiworenyt and added:
    I am now featured on my cousin’s prestigious fashion blog…
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