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Interview Inquiries

I feel so guilty. I want to come back but I honestly don't have the time with prim. always on my hands.

But I do want to clear one thing up because I'm getting emailed constantly about it:
If you would like to interview me for your blog because of prim., please send an email to or . I'll respond ASAP unless I'm absolutely swamped with work.

Be back soon.



Getting back to the blog; take THREE.

Prim's June/July cover.

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I Couldn't Find a Shirt I Liked So...

I made my own. How Martha Stewart of me.

A couple of weeks ago I browsed numerous stores in New York and couldn't find any graphic tees that even slightly interested me; so on the way home I stopped in a Duane Reade and picked up permanent acrylic paint, 3 white Hanes tees, a paintbrush, a black Sharpie, and some Tic Tacs (no, you don't need the Tic Tacs, I was just in the mood) to make my tee.

When I showed one on the Teen Vogue Forums, a lot of people asked how I would wear it. I made the design on them quite small because I plan on belting the tee, putting a colorful cardigan on top, adding some black skinnies, Ray-Ban Wayfarers, and a pair of flats. Some also asked what size shirt they should get. I got a size medium mens and I'm an XS women's. I wanted it to be a little baggy, and plus when I wear it with a belt, the whole tee is going to become shorter, so a medium would do. From that, if you want to wear it the same way I do, you should be able to figure out your size.

CSS is a band. And they rock.

I decided to make a face on one because I always found them interesting for whatever twisted reason.

Like or no?