Thanks to beautiful, spring-like, holy-shit-climate-change-is-here weather and a reserved ticket to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, I wore a real shirt today. I’ve rarely worn anything except activism-related t-shirts since I first stepped out of quarantine in April. Actually, I felt a little uncomfortable until I realized my Justice mask from Black Lives Matter would still speak for me.
The museum is keeping the number of visitors under control and everyone was required to wear masks, even in the outdoor roof garden where I spent most of my time. I guess I’m not used to being indoors anymore, unless I’m in my own apartment. (Hell no, I’m not getting on a plane to go anywhere for Thanksgiving, which is the worst holiday ever even in non-pandemic times.) Anyway, here’s my special-occasion, non-protest outfit.
What Wendy Wore
Top: Custom-made by Ghost Tailor (2013)
Jeans: Frame Jeans (2018ish)
Boots: Opening Ceremony (2016)
Sunglasses: Prada (2013)
Facemask: Black Lives Matter (2020, of course)
Feather earring: Box 185 (inherited from Chiara D’Agostino in 2020)
Hard-to-discern necklaces: My own NASTY necklace in gold, a guillotine pendant from Jessica Kagan Cushman, and a 1980s rope chain
Speaking of the NASTY necklace, I have a baker’s dozen of silver NASTYs available for immediate delivery. They’re at a sale price AND I will make a donation to ProGeorgia if you buy one … so why not buy two? One for you and one for a friend. The holidays are coming!
Honestly, it’s impossible to be too nasty these days. Buy two for yourself!