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Zoe regretted buying an outfit tagged “assembly required”

July 6, 2006

Still, the good news was that nobody else at the backyard barbecue was wearing the same thing, and the ability to wear a skirt where a necklace should go somehow appealed to her frugal nature.  If you know a royal family missing a member, please drop us a line via Post a Comment.fashion300.jpg 

 

 

 

A model presents a creation by British designer John Galliano for French fashion house Dior as part of their Autumn/Winter 2006-2007 Haute Couture fashion show in Paris July 5, 2006. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer  

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“..And next up in the Miss Universe Pageant, 26 year old Helga Olsa representing the Republic of The Lollipop Guild…”

 

The outfit for anyone who has ever wished that they could combine Christmas, Easter, and Cinco De Mayo into one great piece of wardrobe.

 

I don’t have all day to model this.. I’m late! I’m late! For a very important date!

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The trumpets on each side of the head is what I call fashion…I mean, I’ve wearing tubas on my head for a long time now. I’m glad to see brass head wear coming into style!

Be sure to wipe your feet off on her…..dress?

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And now Project Runway contestants, we will give you ten minutes to design a dress that is inspired by waffle road kill.

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hello i love the french designs but there like a bit weird

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