Filene's Basement was, in its own way, tragic. No one went there who did not aspire to a shape-change, a transformation, a new life, but the things never did quite fit.
-Margaret Atwood, Hair Jewellery
Two pieces of the narrator's wardrobe that are omnipresent are her oversized black coat and clunky plastic rain boots.
Hair Jewellery by ameliaantoinette
Next are ill-fitted wool and tweed skirts, head scarves, and a sweater with a hole, burned by the cigarette of her object of affection.
Hair Jewellery Pt. 2 by ameliaantoinette
Last but not least, our narrator is rarely without a suitcase and a stack of ninteenth century Gothic novels. She also enjoys a short trist with a red baby doll nightgown with a broken strap...
Hair Jewellery Pt. 3 by ameliaantoinette