Morbid ribcage glow in the dark shirt
While Samantha looks like she’s cosplaying T.S. Eliot twilight-zoned into suburbia, it is bizarrely entertaining. I’d go as far as to say even a little bit chic. When I posted the Morbid ribcage glow in the dark shirt in other words I will buy this image to Instagram, it sparked a bevy of responses regarding Samantha’s look. The archive researcher @jordenautumn_ commented that it was giving her “’90s cyberpunk giving a little Wales Bonner and a little JPG.” She isn’t wrong. It is reminiscent of the Fall 2002 Jean Paul Gaultier show, with the androgynous Omahyra Mota strutting down the runway in a men’s suit with a cigarette hanging from her mouth. There is also a bit of John Galliano for Dior in Spring 2008, when women walked the runway in three-piece suits (albeit Galliano’s versions were a bit more slinky and sexy). Today, Samantha’s suit is reminiscent of not only that slouchy cool of Wales Bonner, but also the artful bagginess of fellow London-based label Eftychia and the reworked traditional suiting by Ella Boucht. In fact, it seems like something belle of the street Bella Hadid could step out in: Back in March 2020, she walked out in Paris wearing a three-piece suit by Dilara Findikoglu, sans a jacket.
Morbid ribcage glow in the dark shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
There is a definite try-hard effect: Samantha did not have to have a knit vest to drive the Morbid ribcage glow in the dark shirt in other words I will buy this point home that she is, yes, a free-spirited creative and writes about aliens. But I’m also transfixed. The collar is so big it reminds me of a bell bottom and the tie looks so tight I can feel it around my own neck. But the exaggerated combination and their overblown proportions work. At the end of the film, she ends up shedding the look and taking her hair down. I almost wish she didn’t. Sometimes, taking a risk that’s so weirdo-fantastic pays off more than, say, Teeny’s tasteful cream suit. At least, I’m only thinking about one of them 25 years later.
Sarah Green (verified owner) –
Really pleased with how my t shirts turned out.
Ted Curtis (verified owner) –
Great printing quality and colour selection, a little bit bigger than expected but receiver seems to like so great job.
Shelley Hundal (verified owner) –
Great choice of shirt cuts and colours. Printing is good quality. Delivery is quick. Can’t fault it.