- must be following us both on both accounts ( dadpansy / somnials )
- must reblog this photo with the original caption
-like and reblog as many times as you would like
- use the tag #catdoyleeeclosetgiveaway
- use your regular blog - no giveaway blogs (we can check your archive)
- have fun
From Trinity’s Closet:
1. American Apparel striped bodysuit/bathing suit/Small/$72
2. Urban Outfitters black velvet dress/ small (stretches)/ $64
3. H&M New York Tshirt / idk what size but it’ll fit anyone it’s pretty loose / $20
4. logos cropped sweatshirt / it has all these logos on it i have no idea where it’s from or how much it costs I’m guessing $30-$40
5. American Apparel sparkly jellies / size 9 I think / $56
6. Topshop White platform sandle heels / 9 or 8 /$75
7. American Apparel red & white striped cropped shirt / will fit pretty much anyone / $30-40
8. Brandy Melville Oh Baby It’s a Wild World tshirt / small but stretchy / $25
From Aidan’s Closet:
1. 80s retro collared shirt / loose fitting medium / $30
2. american apparel jean jacket / Small / $125
3. alt j printed tshirt / medium / $25
4. topman 80’s print tshirt / Medium / $40
5. urban outfitters flannel / medium / $50
And you will get a cute letter/ drawing for each of us!
🌴 extra info 🌴
- all the stuff has been worn before by us but is very clean and in great condition
- all the stuff together is worth over $650
- ends on August 6
- if you have any questions, feel free to contact us
- sorry if some of it doesn’t fit you, it’s all coming from us but I’m sure most of it will fit because we tried to use some more size neutral clothes than last time like you guys asked!
- WINNER WILL BE CHOSEN AT RANDOM
- anyone can enter, location doesn’t matter
- thank you! ✨
PS: Check out @adoyleee or @catveins on instagram for another chance to win!
Another amazing photography book by early punk producer Spot. This zine features fly on the wall documentation of the skateboarding / boardwalk culture of Southern California and candid shots of punk pioneers from the 70’s and 80’s. The screen printed cover was designed by Toy Machine’s Ed Templeton. Unfortunately this Deadbeat Club / Boo-Hooray zine went fast and is now sold out.