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by Denny B., Blogger for from New York, United States

45 comments · 2 · September 20, 2011


Denny Balmaceda - Vintage Skeleton Tee, Bass Shoes, Uniqlo Blue Jeans, American Apparel Socks - OTIS
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  • Solid Knee-High Sock by American Apparel
  1. vintage skeleton tee

    vintage skeleton

    , in Shirts
  2. bass shoes


    , in Shoes
  3. blue jeans


    , in Uniqlo Denim Jeans
  4. american apparel socks

    American Apparel

    , in American Apparel Socks

A photo shot by an up and coming photographer Lee Reyes I graduated high school with him and he has done a magnificent job. This shoot is for the Vintage Skeleton tee shirt that was sent to me. With this look, I decided to add accessories and color to make a simple t-shirt/jeans combo work. I hate wearing just tee’s that’s why you barely see me in one. I always have to add something to it to make less plain looking. You all know me as a thrift shop fanatic and this is another look I present to you courtesy of thrifting and shopping at flea markets. Look rich, shop cheap.

Hat/Sunglasses - 21 Men $15/$5

Shirt - The Vintage Skeleton tee (

Jeans - UNIQLO (thrifted $5.00)

Socks - American Apparel ($5.00)

Shoes - Bass (flea market $10.00)

Bandana - Dollar store

Final Tally = $41.00

Comments (45)

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Alex Heussaff
Nice shirt
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Ben G
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Blessed Velasquez
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Emmie Raine
gettin this shirt as i type :)
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Carlosronn Toribio
how cool is that mickey chanel tee!
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Victor C
like the shirt
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