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Styling and DIY secondhand refashioning inspiration from Wilma and Winston, My new blogger awsomeness discovery. I love her style and DIY projects!

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3 comments:

  1. A few examples of cultural appropriation here, the native American war bonnet, and the crucifixes, not your doing, but just so you know.

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  2. What´s wrong with using crucifixes in clothing?

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  3. For the same reason one shouldn't use Native American war bonnets in fashion. I personally am not offended by their use, but there are religious groups to whom these are important and powerful cultural symbols, and to use them as a sexualised fashion statement is disrespectful and offensive.
    Please don't take this as a criticism of your blog; I love your blog and am always inspired by your posts.
    Thank you for your creativity!

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