Joy To The World

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Joy sports a delightful fluffy pink ensemble.
Joy's headwear is a piece of ringletted majesty.
We do love a tacky animal print here at Rokit. But not guns.
Josephine Skriver by Mark Kean in Wonderland's April/May issue.
Josephine Skriver by Mark Kean in Wonderland. The fluffy pink pillows add a trailer trash charm.
Another picture of Josephine Skriver by Mark Kean in Wonderland, inlcuding a walk-man.
Tacky fashion at Rokit.

Don't know about you, but this particular Rokit web-bitch spends over forty quid a month on a broadband/TV package. That's over a pound a day; so for that money, we expect to be able to feast on a gazillion televisual delights. Not so. Re-runs of Family Guy and Scrubs, night upon night. Re-run upon re-run of My Name Is Earl. We find ourselves watching the latter quite a lot because a) gotta watch something for our money and b) we are fast finding that Joy's trailer trash outfits are hypnotic.

So behold our unlikely style icon of the month, a symphony of hot pink and rhinestones. We were glad to see that we're not the only ones embracing all things tacky (except nearly dry paint, don't embrace that) - check out Josephine Skriver by Mark Kean in Wonderland's April/May issue. Delightful, there's even a walkman involved!

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