May 18, 2011

Now Accepting Donations: Inquire Within

For the past three weeks, every time I go into work I slip this bad boy on and the other PR staffer Torah and I have a major swoon sesh, convincing ourselves that we need it in our lifes. Out comes the calculator, the budget book and the list of pro's and con's. The con's of course, are along the lines of "it would be a CON if it weren't in my life"...

I'm considering lay-bying this bad boy for self-21st birthday present (which is coming up in July). I don't like jewellery, I don't want a car, I don't want some party dress I'll wear only once, and I'm obsessed with fur. So it makes sense...right?


Though it wouldn't be just a birthday present, it would be a graduation present, a commemoration to my big move and a pat on the back for my general goal kicking over the past few years.
Somebody tell me this is a good move.

 Camilla and Marc Blacktail Fur image via Oyster Magazine

PS. Torah, if you're reading this: I still shot-gun the size 8. Love always, Thun Luzzy.xox

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

hahah I do support this purchase but I would have to suggest that with your large shoulders that you go for the 10.
xx

Anonymous said...

hahah I do support this purchase but I would have to suggest that with your large shoulders that you go for the 10.
xx

il ├ętait une fois... said...

anon you are ridic. incase you missed my comment left to you before blogger had a melt down you clearly are obsessed with this blog. i suggest you FUCK OFF and waste your time bashing your head against a wall or something. you big fat coward bully!

ok lets get back to this amaze post. BUY IT. BUY IT. BUY IT. and send it to melbourne once you get sick of it haha! you know i NEED this baby in my life!! ;)

xxx
http://www.iletaitunefois.com.au/

Anonymous said...

Hi, I love your blog but I don't support this at all. Have you ever stopped to think about where this fur actually came from? There is such a thing as ethical fashion and it can actually be stylish too. It certainly is no where near as ugly as the pain and suffering humans inflict on animals to give you your leather and fur...

Anonymous said...

http://www.thekindlife.com/post/recycled-leather-handbags

Anonymous said...

FYI, here in Australia, rabbits, Roos, wild pigs and foxes are culled, it is better for the environment in two ways. Firstly, feral animals have a huge impact on the natural habitat of native animals, kangaroos are over populated due to white man, shame I know, and secondly, the use of their skins, and fur is in fact a BY PRODUCT. You can also study the case of chemicals used in the process of manufacturing synthetic fabrics, and their polluting effects on the environment. Tanning processes these days are far more enviormently friendly.

prpelican said...

Amazingggg! I'm not one to say no to fur, get it!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE FUR! and this is beauuuutiful

Rich Girls. said...

do it!
you only live once, right?
and after all it's your birthday/grad/big move gift all in one.
it totally makes sense. x.

love always remains. said...

yes!! you have to get it, i haven't seen structured fur before, those shoulders are amazing.
and lara looks beautiful!
i have such a love for fur coats

Anonymous said...

do you find those thin lizzy comercials as hilarious as i do??

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Fab jacket!