I really like whatever ridiculousness my hair’s been doing lately. Also, this shirt fits so much better this year after weight training. Advertisements
Friday needed an underwater theme, complete with octopus tie and octopus chainmail bracelet. Also, a headchain.
At the inaugural critical ethnic studies conference in 2011, the late queer scholar Jose Muñoz stood before us in an amazing outfit and said, “Well, what DOES one wear to the future of genocide?” I often think of that moment when I am overwhelmed by death and structural fuckery, and remember that we’ve been turning … More Fabulous in the Face of White Supremacy | Wednesday, September 21, 2016
For our first true blustery fall day, I thought it time to break out my favourite fall waistcoat and orange-yellow tie. I added brooches, a blue floral button down, and my new favourite thing–a Klingon messenger bag (with attached bat’leth). ‘Qapla!
Sometimes you need to try some purposeful pattern clashing. I went with a poplin button down with a few red designs, a bright pink and white floral tie, a gold dmask-pattern waistcoat, a jigglypuff ice cream brooch, jeans, a chunky watch, and a head chain–because of course. Success.
Today was the first day of Victorian Britain and the World for the fall, and it involved a maroon waistcoat, maroon trousers, a tuxedo jacket, and maroon fedora. It was a good day.
After a mixed summer (breakups, family deaths, amazing research trips to South Africa), it’s another school year. Here’s my first day of teaching outfit—brown tweed waistcoat, blue floral shirt, yellow continental tie, wood watch, jeans, and brass bee-shaped collar pins. BRING IT, 2016-17 SCHOOL YEAR.