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  • Collars Gone Wild
    Collars! Collars! Collars! These collars are out of control! See these sexy collars laid out in the open, for anybody to see! Never before have so many collars been caught on camera in so many different positions! Get your collar now!
    Duplicada Purpura
    Purple is an unusual color. I'll explore multiple shades of purple. I'll explore several non-neutral color combos: purple and yellow complementary, secondary triadic, purple tonal. I'll explore it in several slots: accessory, shirt, knit, suit. I'll explore it in wool and corduroy.
    Internal <Bleeding> Madras
    Continuing the pattern of things I never really appreciated in my younger days, we have Madras. Madras is loud, busy, and generally quite hard to wear. But I've noticed a pattern -- one dead simple way to make madras look good. Layer something over it.
    I've never been a citrus fan. Orange -- both the flavor and color -- never appealed to me as a child. But they grew on me over time. I've really come to appreciate a nice cold glass of orange juice or a deep orange sweater. In both cases, a little vanilla can go a long way.
    Why I Love Silk Scarves
    You can argue that there's a certain femininity to them, and there certainly can be. And whether you appreciate that or not, I think it's easy to argue that silk scarves are super ******* cool. So I'm making the case.​
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