Women Are Stripping Down For This Body Positive Project

By Patricia Affriol  In Feminism  On Aug 31, 2016

Body positivity is slowly gaining momentum as we all grow tired of seeing the same body types in the media. Amy Herrmann, an Australian photographer, has decided to contribute to the movement by creating an amazing book, Underneath I am Women, that will showcase 100 women of all different shapes and details their personal backgrounds and relationships with their bodies. The Kickstarter-funded project is designed to help women overcome insecure and negative thoughts by photographing their bodies and “sharing the stories… Read more
I'm sure you have heard the sad news that the amazing, admirable, legendary Gene Wilder passed away at 83 years old. His nephew said he died from complications of Alzheimer's disease. The comedic genius was famous for roles in films such as Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Stir Crazy, The Producers, and of course, one of my favorite movies of all time, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Wilder's Willy Wonka character had a few notable songs that have been covered by some amazing artists through the past few… Read more

How One Woman Found Healing Through Writing A Memoir: BUST Interview

By Carmella de los Angeles Guiol  In Books  On Aug 31, 2016

For over a year now, I have had the good fortune of calling Thelsuice Gonzalez a friend. In early 2015, Thel reached out to my university in search of a writer to help her with a memoir she had started. We got connected, and so began our friendship and collaboration. Since we started working on her memoir together, I have been blown away by the depth of this woman’s experiences. It’s hard to believe that one person could go through so much hardship and come out on the other side—smiling and strong. It has been my honor… Read more

The Illegal Drag Balls Of The 19th Century

By Mimi Matthews  In Living  On Aug 31, 2016

On September 24, 1880, the Manchester City Police received information that a fancy dress ball scheduled to be held that night at the Temperance Hall in York Street, Hulme, was going to be of an improper character. According to the September 27, 1880 edition of the London Evening Standard, the hall had been engaged a few days prior by the Association of Pawnbrokers’ Assistants. However, upon investigation, Detective-Sergeant Jerome Caminada discovered that the association knew nothing of the ball and that “the room had… Read more

The Many Faces of Stranger Things' Jonathan Byers

By Melanie LaForce  In TV  On Aug 31, 2016

So, by now you’re also obsessed with the Netflix Original Series Stranger Things. Stranger Things is wildly popular with Gen X & Y due to its heavy dose of '80s movie nostalgia. It’s Goonies, ET, Stand by Me, and IT all wrapped into one glorious eight-episode series. A key element of joy in Stranger Things is the delightful awkwardness of its child actors. Nancy is adorably delicate. Dustin boasts endearing cleidocranial dysplasia. Props to the Duffer bros for hiring non-supermodel-y, real kids. (However, although set… Read more
Students at the South African high school Pretoria High School for Girls are bravely protesting for the right to wear their natural hair to school. Girls as young as 13 have rallied and defied discriminatory practices at their school that ban natural Afros, according to Quartz. Pretoria High School for Girls is a formerly all-white school (desegregated in 1994) and mandates that cornrows, dreadlocks, and braids cannot be larger than 10mm in diameter (1/3 of an inch). While the rules do not specifically mention… Read more

Björk Appeared As A Live Avatar, Because Of Course She Would

By Katherine Barner  In Music  On Aug 31, 2016

Björk opened the London part of her Björk Digital exhibition in a spectacular way. The Icelander came to the London press conference as a live avatar that used motion-capturing technology to mirror her movements. Human Björk was really 1,200 miles away in Reykjavík, Iceland. A computer graphics and media team in Iceland captured her voice and movements, which were then streamed into London. She accompanied Director of the Somerset House Trust Jonathan Reekie for a Q&A discussion. According to a statement on Facebook,… Read more

‘Stranger Things’ Has Been Renewed For Season 2!!!!!!!!!

By Erika W. Smith  In TV  On Aug 31, 2016

ATTENTION all Stranger Things fans: This morning, Netflix announced that the show has officially been renewed for season 2 — not exactly surprising, but very exciting nonetheless!!! EVEN BETTER — there’s already a trailer: We have no idea what most of these flashwords mean, but it sounds like there’s already a plot plotted out. We just need to be reassured that Eleven will be returning, Eggos in hand. According to Variety, season two will be released sometime in 2017 and will consist of nine episodes — one more than… Read more

Enter To Win 2 Tickets To FEA’s Brooklyn Concert

By Erika W. Smith  In Music  On Aug 31, 2016

Do you have plans for Thursday night? We’ve got some for you! FEA, an amazing feminist Chicana punk band you should listen to right now if you’re not already, is performing at St. Vitus in Brooklyn with Agent Orange on Thursday, September 1st at 8pm, and we are giving away a prize package that includes: Two tickets to the performance A vinyl LP (including download card and digital zine) and CD of FEA’s self-titled record A Blackheart Records tote bag To enter, simply RT this link on Twitter or leave your name and email… Read more

We've Got Heart-Eye Emojis For This Hair Mask

By BUST Magazine  In Style  On Aug 31, 2016

Smooth Operator WE’VE GOT HEART-EYE EMOJIS FOR THIS HAIR MASK I have seriously long-ass hair and if I’m not careful, it can basically turn into a gigantic, dreaded rat’s nest thanks to some natural frizz and my aversion to hairbrushes. That’s why I’ve fallen so hard for this “nourishing mask” from Amika ($28, loveamika.com). I put it on in the shower for a couple of minutes once a week and it takes my mane from witch to mermaid. Apparently, I can thank its main active ingredient, sea buckthorn berries, for that—they’re… Read more
Get ready for the New York Burlesque Festival, that will celebrate its 14th return. The lustful event is spread out over four nights, from Thursday, Sept 29- Sunday to Oct 2, and is filled with salacious fun. Produced by Thirsty Girl Productions and Pontani Productions, it's the largest burlesque event in NYC, featuring performers from all over the world. Don't miss the opportunity to experience a weekend of glitter, lace, leather, and bare skin. Click here to order your tickets! Check out the photos below of the… Read more
The Golden Girl's Bea Arthur has given back to the LGBTQ community in an incredible way, even though she died in 2009. In her will, the actress donated $300,000 to New York's Ali Forney Center. AFC is an organization that provides housing and on-site counseling for LGBTQ youth. NewNowNext reports that Arthur's donation will go to open a new housing residence, which will be called the Bea Arthur Residence, in February 2017. According to Vulture, before Arthur's death, she said, "These kids at the Ali Forney Center are… Read more

Leave me the F*ck Alone When I'm Wearing Headphones

By Patricia Affriol  In Feminism  On Aug 30, 2016

There's a cute woman wearing headphones in front of you and you'd like to chat her up but you're a bit skeptical. Don't worry: there is a new guide on how to approach a woman listening to tunes. 1) Stand in front of her (with 1 to 1.5 meters between you). 2) Have a confident, easy-going smile. 3) If she hasn’t already looked up at you, simply get her attention with a wave of your hand. Wave your hand in her direct line of vision so she can see it. If she is still ignoring you, simply take off her headphones for her,… Read more
With one tattoo, Alison Habbal has defeated both cancer and sexist social media. The 36-year-old mother was inspired by the survivor scars she found on Instagram, and covered the scar that she was left after her lumpectomy rather than opt for nipple reconstruction surgery. She's already received 1,400 well-deserved likes on Instagram after the 13-hour tattooing process. She was able to share the photo on Instagram because the photos successfully bypasses the rules that include the banning of genitals, fully exposed… Read more

The Pros And Cons Of The #LoveYourSpouse Challenge

By Katrina Majkut  In Living  On Aug 30, 2016

Social media has become the new mountain high from which people in relationships are supposed to yell their love for another. It’s a weird phenomenon, considering it means today’s form of P.D.A. is electronic and doesn’t actually include touching. P.D.A, is no longer shared with just your partner but with 700 of your closest online friends too, making it, arguably, not even monogamous. Is the seven-day #LoveYourSpouse challenge, which aims to “keep the celebration of love and promotion of marriage going,” the hashtag… Read more

For Black Women, For Mourning, And Expecting More From Whiteness

By Chaédria LaBouvier  In Feminism  On Aug 30, 2016

This post was originally published on Medium on July 7, immediately after the murders of Alton Sterling on July 5 and Philando Castile on July 6. We're bringing it to you now, with writer Chaédria LaBouvier's permission: My birthday is July 5th. I used to think that nothing of any great significance — beyond the invention of the bikini — happened on my birthday. It, however, never failed to tickle me with a certain irony that America and I almost shared a birthday. I am highly critical of America, but that is because… Read more
Brock Turner will be released from jail this Friday, September 2, after only serving three months of his already ridiculously short six-month sentence. Prosecutors suggested that Turner serve a six-year sentence, meaning he only served 1/24 of the recommended sentence. The maximum sentence for the charges he received is 14 years. This is rape culture, folks. As a refresher, here's a summary of Turner's convicted charges: assault with intent to commit rape of an intoxicated person, sexually penetrating an intoxicated… Read more
Last weekend (August 20-21), Full Moon Fest came to Governor's Island, New York City, for a full weekend of music, art, and parties. The festival included a diverse mix of acts, with DJ sets in between musicians, keeping the crowd buzzed and moving from the afternoon until the sun was long gone. Oh, and there were booze buckets and part of the island was turned into a beach. It was glorious, and the perfect send-off to summer. If you missed the festival this year, trust me, you definitely want to make it next year.… Read more
Yesterday, millions of men and women freed their breasts all over the world. The parades took place from Missouri to Geneva to celebrate Go Topless Day- where people bare their breast in public to poke at the inequality in the law and to destigmatize boobs. It is a day of celebration and protest to reduce the shame around women's bodies, as discussed in Global Citizen. The parades occur on the Sunday closest to Women’s Equality Day (Aug. 26 is the day women were given the right to vote in 1920 in the US). The movement… Read more
The Bachelor is a reality staple show that seems to become more popular by the season. The show reaches a variety of demographics, and is incredibly addictive, like television nicotine. Last week, mom and blogger Constance Hall posted a photo on Facebook of her 7-year-old daughter, Billie-Violet, who had asked if she could watch The Bachelor. Constance said no for a very interesting reason. Constance explained how as a child, her daughter's life is full of competition. From who's the best in class to who's the fast to… Read more

Make All The Men In Your Life Watch This Video, Right Now

By Patricia Affriol  In Feminism  On Aug 29, 2016

Poet and actor Steve Connell delivers a powerful testament to men in this inspiring video that left me speechless, as part of the YWCA’s violence prevention initiative. He preaches with unwavering conviction, how imperative it is for men to speak out about violence against women. “My friends have beautiful children, and if what I have to do to keep their beautiful daughters from getting raped, harassed, or abused is choose to accept domestic violence as a man's issue too. Then I'll do that.” The video begins by Connell… Read more
Leaving my verbally abusive husband took years of building up strength. When I finally made up my mind, it took me six months to put my plan in place. With my lawyer hired, I took my ex to a public park near our house and told him I was leaving him. I asked him not to come home that night — to go to a hotel, or to find a friend to stay with. He refused, snatched the car keys from my hand, and insisted on driving home with me. Of all the things I’d considered in my plan, I hadn’t planned on him refusing to move out.… Read more

I Am A Stripper And A Feminist: BUST True Story

By Pipher Scott  In Living  On Aug 29, 2016

Earlier this year, Iceland passed a stripping ban, shutting down every lap dance club and tittie bar in the country. It was heralded as feminist victory throughout the world. Steinunn Valdis Oskarsdottir, a lawmaker in Iceland, told CBC, "Women who work at strip clubs are in many cases the victims of human trafficking and other kinds of abuse. I have been working in this field for almost 15 years and not yet have I met one woman who dances at strip clubs because she wants to." I read that statement in bed one morning… Read more

Why Beyonce Is The Only Person That Mattered At The VMAs

By Katherine Barner  In Music  On Aug 29, 2016

To no surprise, Beyonce's surprise VMA performance was quite literally the most amazing thing we have ever seen, hands down. No exaggeration. With a night complete with a rambling Kanye West, Jimmy Fallon dressed as Ryan Lochte, and let's face it, a whole lot of weirdness, Bey was our saving grace. She started off by dropping jaws and tugging at our heartstrings when she hit the red carpet with her daughter Blue Ivy, both looking stunning and glam with complementing gowns. To give us even more feels, she brought the… Read more

Baddie Winkle Rocked The VMAs In This Badass Sequined Look

By Patricia Affriol  In Entertainment  On Aug 29, 2016

Baddie Winkle stole the show last night with her unforgettable outfit. This badass 88-year-old rocked the VMAs with an outfit I might only be brave enough to wear on Halloween. Yet, she pulled it with confidence and swagger, showing us all that age is just a number. The glittery star was easily the best dressed there. This fearless internet sensation became famous in her 80s for her unique style and her Instagram bio,"stealing your man since 1928." With millions of fans, Baddie has climbed her way up the social ladder.… Read more

Everybody Must Get Stonefruit: BUST Recipes

By BUST Magazine  In Living  On Aug 29, 2016

Everybody Must Get Stoned THE SEASON’S JUICIEST FRUIT CAN GO SWEET OR SAVORY I love me some stone fruit: peaches, nectarines, apricots, plums—all the juicy biteables with a hard pit inside. Use them to whip up a sweet salsa, or bake them into late summer’s superstar dessert, a delicious cobbler with a buttery crumb topping.Stone Fruit SalsaHalve, de-seed, and dice 1 jalepeño pepper (wear gloves so you don’t feel the burn); throw into a mixing bowl. Add a heaping plop of finely diced red onion. Dice up one peach and… Read more

14 Must See BUST Approved Artists at AfroPunk This Weekend

By Melissa Bradley  In Music  On Aug 26, 2016

AfroPunk Fest is back in NYC with full force, and you don’t want to miss this year’s amazing lineup! If you have never been, AfroPunk is an annual high style, weekend long music festival and market that celebrates beautiful black voices, art and culture in Brooklyn. Last year BUST was blown all the way away by the indomitable Grace Jones, whose set included a bloody lipped crowd surf while rockin' a giant porcelin plume and topless hula hooping throughout the entire performance of 'Slave to the Rhythm'. While it may be… Read more

Support Hillary In Style With These Fabulous T-Shirts

By Becky Nash  In Feminism  On Aug 26, 2016

With election season heating up and the first ever female nominee of a major political party in the ring, we realized we needed a way to rep the future Madam President in style. So we found a few sweet Hillary 2016 T-shirts to add to our wardrobe. Our favorite is this collection of super stylish election couture T-shirts, by House of Hillary (modeled below by yours truly): Here is this adorable T-shirt with Hill looking like her badass self, by HARKandCO: We’re loving this Notorious H.R.C. design that comes in 8… Read more
Clea DuVall’s directorial debut, The Intervention, brings together so many of our favorite actors for a break-up-and-make-up dramedy. The film centers on four dysfunctional couples on a weekend trip: DuVall (who also wrote the film) and Natasha Lyonne (a former BUST cover gal) play a couple who might be moving a little too fast — or a little too slow, depending on which one of them you ask. Melanie Lynskey and Jason Ritter play an engaged couple who seems picture-perfect, until you realize that they keep rescheduling… Read more
In Richard Tanne’s latest film, Southside With You, Tika Sumpter and Parker Sawyers are tremendously cast as a young Michelle and Barack Obama. Set in Chicago in 1989, this walkabout romance flick spans only the length of one day — the day that this future President and First Lady had their first date. As a date movie, this film unavoidably held the potential to be chalked full of clichés and cornball moments, but successfully evaded such tropes and managed to be unique while retaining a sweet and convincing romance… Read more
Ahhhh Texas... my lovely home state. They’re at it again down there with a new campus carry law that went into effect on August 1st. But luckily we have Austin, the progressive oasis in the middle of Texas, to keep us in check. University of Texas students in Austin dipped into their sex toy collections on Wednesday to turn the concept of “open carry” on its head. Thousands of students attended their first day of classes carrying dick shaped objects meant for sexual pleasure. The Cocks Not Glocks event is being called… Read more
When she was 32 years old, Glasgow native Susan Calman quit her job as a corporate lawyer to become a stand-up comic. In the decade since, she’s appeared on television and radio, and performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Earlier this year, she published Cheer Up Love: Adventures in Depression with the Crab of Hate, an honest, earnest, and seriously funny memoir about living with depression. In it, Calman relates to the reader in the same frank, tangential manner you imagine she’d have with a very close friend.… Read more
via Macy Gray's facebook It’s not often you find a cover that’s better or at least on par with the original, but there are those moments of pure sonic heaven when you realize you haven't fully appreciated a song until you hear it performed by another artist. Well, Macy Gray covered Metallica’s "Nothing Else Matters," and let's just say that I’m trying to keep my cool but I’m fiendin’. Gray brings her signature raspy voice and bluesy style to the cover, managing to turn a song from one of the most quintessential heavy… Read more
The Hollars is a great little indie that really has it all. You will shed tears, both invoked by emotional feels and laughter. When the movie opens with Ron (Sharlto Copley) peeing in a pitcher because he was sick of waiting for his parents to get out of the bathroom in their house, which he just moved back into, and quickly goes to learning his mother Sally (Margo Martindale) has a brain tumor, this is apparent. Ron's brother John (John Krasinski) lives in New York with his girlfriend (Anna Kendrick), who happens to… Read more
YOU NEVER FORGET YOUR FIRSTDeep in the heart of an urban BDSM parlor, a young dominatrix has a life-changing experience thanks to a dungeon, a turtle, and a magic wand Walking Through Manhattan's Herald Square, the average civilian would never suspect that above a dollar-a-slice pizzeria is a suite of dimly lit rooms outfitted with bondage wheels, wooden crosses, whips, chains, and medical paraphernalia. It was in this modest BDSM dungeon last summer that I experienced many firsts. It was the site of my first… Read more
So, it has recently come to my attention that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler action figures exist. How did I not know about these?? The famous duo has each graced the cover of our magazine. Now, thanks to toy company Bif Bang Pow!, they can grace the top of your dresser in their weekend update pantsuits. More importantly, you can pretend that Tina and Amy are your best friends. Which is what I do anyway every day, but these action figures will make it that much more awesome. You’re welcome! Top photo: Sisters More from BUST… Read more
Like Sofia Coppola, Ami Canaan Mann has a family connection to the film industry. But Mann didn’t grow up watching her father, director Michael Mann, on set. Her parents divorced in the early '70s, shortly after Ami was born, and Mann grew up with her mother in small town Dayton, Indiana, which had a population of less than 1,000 and no movie theater. Growing up, Mann played viola and had an interest in photography. Wandering through her living room one day, she saw Apocalypse Now on television. “I don’t know what it… Read more

Tammy Pierce Is Unlovable: The Narc Called Me

By BUST Magazine  In Entertainment  On Aug 25, 2016

--The Last Laugh By Esther Pearl WatsonThis article originally appeared in the August/September 2016 print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today! More from BUST There's A 'Broad City' Art Show And We're Screaming YASSS QUEEN 8 Graphic Novels That Are Seriously Inspiring Required Reads The Valkyries Are Leading The Change To Diversify The Comic Industry Read more
When was the last time you asked someone if they were okay? If you could do something to help them? Did you mean it? As a white woman, it’s too easy to let my life be, well, too easy. I have to push myself to do uncomfortable work and not cower from vulnerable and difficult situations. We all have our own work to do. I sat down with two stunningly fierce black poets from the Bowery Slam Team, Lauren Whitehead and Ashley August, to learn more about how their female identity, their feminism, and their race inform their… Read more

From Eating Disorder To Burlesque Dancer: BUST True Story

By Susan O’Brien  In Living  On Aug 25, 2016

Red lights of the EXIT sign cast a shadow on my shoulder blades, the only light I can find that isn’t already taken by another. The pulsating, thunderous bass of Def Leppard’s hair metal anthem “Pour Some Sugar On Me” hangs on the walls like old gum too fossilized to ever fade away. I look at the other girls, each with something wild within us. The double-sided sticky tape finally releases onto my pointer finger. The same finger that wears my mother’s old engagement ring. I place the pastie onto my nipple, rosy from… Read more
Here at BUST, we are all about body positivity, and that includes being against excessive Photoshop. Advertisements that digitally erase pores, whittle away waists, and even distort elbows (???) contribute to an unrealistic and unattainable beauty standard for women. That’s why we’re loving this new lingerie campaign starring Girls stars Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke (who is a former BUST cover gal, btw). The images show Lena and Jemima hanging out in a bathroom, applying makeup and simply lounging comfortably, in a… Read more
I am deeply disgusted and saddened by the recent cyber attacks on Leslie Jones. The badass comedy star, who also co-star this year’s Ghostbusters movie, was victimized yesterday by online hackers. In a shocking act of sexism and racism, the hackers uploaded a photo of the gorilla Harambe on her website and posted Jones' private nude photos. And if that wasn't enough, they also inserted pictures of her driver's license and passport, threatening her security, as discussed in the New York Times. Jones has been under… Read more
There have been recent attacks on women's bodies in France. And earlier this week, armed French police approached a woman dressed in a headscarf, blue long-sleeved shirt, and leggings on the beach and issued her a fine for violating the controversial band on the burkini (swimsuit that covers the whole body). Startling images surfaced in Nice showing four police officers hovering over a woman, who was simply relaxing on the beach. The woman, after seeing the armed guards approaching, quickly took off her blue tunic to… Read more
According to a 2015 State of Women-Owned Business report by American Express Open, it is estimated that black women in the United States currently own 1.3 million businesses nationwide, making them the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs today. The last ten years have seen an increasing number of black women embracing their natural beauty by “going natural,” eschewing the chemical relaxers used to permanently straighten the natural curl pattern in favor of learning how to properly style and maintain their own hair… Read more

How A Corset Saved One Victorian Woman's Life

By Mimi Matthews  In Style  On Aug 24, 2016

Considering how often corsets, crinolines, and towering headpieces were responsible for some hapless female’s untimely demise, it seems only fair that occasionally fashion should be credited with saving a historical lady’s life instead of putting an end to it. For an example of this, we need look no further than author and historian Margaret Drinkall’s newly published book The 19th Century Barnsley Murders. A collection of seventeen carefully detailed and impeccably sourced incidents of true crime that took place in… Read more
Big news for fans of Empire or Taraji P. Henson (so, that’s every single one of our readers, right?) — Taraji is collaborating with MAC on a makeup line called MAC Taraji. According to Fashionista, the collection will launch on MAC.com on September 6 and in select MAC stores on September 8. It includes six products: a “deep tone beige” matte lipstick called “Strip Me Down,” a mascara called “Haute & Naughty,” highlighting and contouring powders called “Highlight The Truth” and “Taraji Glow,” an eyeliner and a brush.… Read more
I was the epitome of uncool in middle school. Almost all of my “friends” were people who would make fun of me constantly and in exchange for putting up with this, they might invite me out every six months. The sadness of being left out and bullied was worsened by how desperately I wanted a boy to like me. How could I meet anyone, especially someone of the opposite gender, if I never had the opportunity to? To search for potential pals, I decided to join a theater group in a community center. My interest in theater was… Read more

8 Stunning Photos To Get You Ready For Afropunk

By BUST Magazine  In Arts  On Aug 24, 2016

Inspired by the game-changing music festival, this collection of eye-popping, Afrocentric threads is out of sight! --- Photographed by Michael FloresStyled by Kisha C. JonesHair by Helena MokeMakeup by Rie Tsukui Casting by Laine RosenbergMakeup Assistant: Aya KudoModels: Folasade Adeoso, Ereka Duncan, Salomon Faye @ Red Model Management, Iman @ Wilhelmina Curve, Salieu Jalloh @ Red Model Management This article originally appeared in the June/July 2014 print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today! More from BUST… Read more

Bella Thorne Comes Out As Bisexual On Twitter

By Katherine Barner  In TV  On Aug 24, 2016

Actress and singer Bella Thorne, best known from the Disney Channel show Shake It Up and MTV's Scream, officially came out on Twitter after speculation from several Snapchat posts. After a fan asked her, she replied with a simple yes. Since then, many fans have shipped her and the girl popping up in so many of her adorable Snapchats, Bella Pendergast. We must admit, the idea of Bella squared gives us all sorts of happy feels. She even posted this sweet message on Instagram for Pendergast's birthday. Thorne has received… Read more

9 Fungi Buys To Celebrate Mushrooms

By BUST Magazine  In Style  On Aug 24, 2016

Magic Mushrooms GIVE THESE SWEET FUNGI BUYS A TRY Cap off your décor with a digital design from a Croatian artist.BLUE MUSHROOMS PRINT, $20, NICEMICEFORYOU.ETSY.COM Get in a purple haze with this hand-painted pouch.GOOD STUFF: BY STEPHANIE J.HAND PAINTED ZIPPER CLUTCH, $32.23, COSMOSBITS.ETSY.COM Spotty Swedish sandals are pretty fly...agaric.BOLOGNA ORANGE POLKA CLOGS, $149, MAGUBA.COM Show you’re a fan of fungus with iron-on patches.LITTLE MUSHROOM PATCH ($2.99) AND ALLMAN BROTHERS MUSHROOM PATCH ($4.99),… Read more
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