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RAYBAN shades | shop
COS shirt | similar
ACNE STUDIOS trousers | similar
MCQ sandals | shop, budget

Let's face it, we all have some body parts we are not passionately in love with. Some has weird belly buttons, some has huge ears and then there is us who have too long and ugly toes. Knowing this little problem of mine I took a huge step entering into the Mcq store. I had seen these sandals quite everywhere or maybe it was just my ever lusting mind for shoes. I needed to ask the store employee to look away while trying these on and actually she admitted she has exactly the same problem.  I have a feeling that this is even more common problem than I suspect. I can't help but wonder, if you don't love your ugly toes, how the hell you gonna love someone else's? Let me introduce the hashtag of ss15 #freetheuglytoes


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Some like it raw.


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