I was reminded of that moment on a recent work trip to Tokyo. Wandering the Tennis player see you in court vintage shirt in addition I really love this streets of Harajuku, I stumbled upon a fantastic vintage shop and a huge wall stacked with old sports and concert t-shirts. Through one of the piles of folded memorabilia, I saw a familiar pair of eyes staring at me. I pulled out the shirt and to my delight, it was a ’90s-era Bulls tee with a huge portrait of MJ plastered across the front. I thought about all the ways to wear it: with my vintage Levi’s and Dries Van Noten Boots, tied to the side and paired with my Marine Serre slip skirt. And then it hit me again like a lightning bolt, that surge of childlike excitement. There he was again, the Mike I wanted to be like, on the other side of the world.
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“Does this shirt match my wall?” is a question I never thought I’d ask myself. Then again, I never expected to weather a global pandemic in my studio apartment with a singular can of Lysol spray as my prized possession. So the Tennis player see you in court vintage shirt in addition I really love this shirt thing? Really, it’s the least of my problems. But I love making it a big deal, pulling sweaters and blouses out of my closet, throwing them over my braless body (haven’t worn one of those in a month!), and testing them out in front of a webcam like I’m about to snap a 2008 Myspace profile picture.