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Frightening fashion for women

Frightening fashion for women
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Look1

In my opinion, it’s not a question of show blood or guts, it’s not a question of make-up as a vamp or as a witch with dark circles… that is a circus: funny fashion which sometimes pretends to be Gothic or Emo.

If you wanted to frighten, the most important is not to show anything: therefore, black sun glasses are an essential item (and gangsters new it: to hide the look).

Furthermore, leather clothes are the best, for the same reason, because they are so hard as to hide the body shapes and never great cleavage in dress or miniskirt, this made you vulnerable.

Big boots and iron treams.

Clean clothes, any slick is talking about a weak and careless person.

Look2

I like ‘Look1’ except for the tender eyes: once again, she need black glasses.

‘Look2’ is only for laughing, same as ‘Look3’, even if this is a fantastic disguise.

Look4

The perfect is ‘Look4’: eternal Matrix! No empathy with the enemy in her straight hair and stuck to the skull. Who wants jokes now?

 

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