wellie what? wellie who?

boots: Fendi, 2010 | jeans: The Gap (altered), 2005


after years and years of searching, i finally found the most perfect beautiful rainboots. these look like leather but they’re actually rubber. they are, however, lined inside with calfskin— just in case anybody is wondering (like i did) where the hell Fendi gets off charging so much for a rubber boot.

dinner at Chinatown Brasserie.


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