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Anyone seen Avril Lavigne recently?


Dear me, have you ever heard of someone getting stuck in a rut? Well, here is photographic evidence of such a saying!

Avril being out of the limelight had had a certain lemon affect hasn’t it really?!

Avril just hasn’t grown up has she?! I was dressing non too dissimilar back in the 90s… lets say a good 10 years ago! AT LEAST! We’re in 2009 and she is still looking the same as her days lusting after some ruddy ‘sk8r boi’ (urgh that spelling makes me bork!)

I just don’t understand to be honest. I’m not being critical of her apparent signature style; at least I suppose, she’d “co-ordinated”, with all that yellow and black;  BUT she is older than I am, and she factually looks at least 5 years YOUNGER than me. I feel like shes younger than I.

And those jelly bracelets, also affectionately known as “shag bands”, my goodness me , those went out of fashion with slinkys and Timmy Mallet rofl.

ARRRGH.

Ms. Judy Pink.

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Christopher Kane for Topshop dress for sale!


I will be selling this amazing dress on eBay this very week. Please do let me know if you are interested!

CHRISTOPHER KANE for TOPSHOP – RRP: £120.

BRAND NEW WITH ALL TAGS. Size 10.

GRAB A PIECE OF FASHION HISTORY! A VERY RARE AND EXCLUSIVE FIND!

VOGUE.CO.UK SAYS…

HIS neon stretched elastic mini-dresses trimmed with frothy confections of lace and dashes of Swarovski crystals may sell for £1000-a-pop in Browns, but never let it be said that Christopher Kane has gone all grand on us. As part of his sponsorship deal with New Generation, the initiative backed by Topshop, fashion’s newest star has designed a capsule collection for the high street store. We’ve seen it, and it’s worth setting out your sleeping bag for: his signature style has been adapted into easy, breezy and oh-so-sexy pleated chiffon dresses, in delicate tea, blush and grey shades, with neon zips. “Topshop is an institution,” says the 24-year-old designer, who debuted on the London Fashion Week schedule last season. “To have the opportunity to produce a collection for it is an honour. Fashion is becoming more and more demographic and this will make my clothes more accessible.”

Ms. Judy Pink

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