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August 16, 2010 | by  | in Opinion |
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Jorje makes some fashion observations

Combine one puffer jacket with a pair of blue jeans in a skinny style. Add a North Shore-esque haircut. In wet weather, tuck jeans into mid-calf flat-soled boots. In alternate weather situations, tuck jeans into mid-calf flat-soled boots. Extra comfort available with the substitution of jeans with jeggings. Must have large tote handbag with polished metal accents. Patent is preferable, and a bright colour means your bag will double as your “attention piece” (We are all individuals, and fashion is a fun way of expressing one’s inner self). Bag must fit a laptop for class time facies. Puffer jackets have the added benefit of doubling as sleeping bags—perfect for your midday beauty sleep. Google image search “tadpoles” and shape eyebrows accordingly.

You a diva, gurl.

Work it,
Jorje, xx.

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