The world is full of Anthony Blanches - fabulous posers. One doesn't need a cape nor the overcoat worn as such to deliberately look pretentious - a simple beret will do. (Alas, the cache of the beret will be lost now that they're US military issue) And the color black - always important for one who takes him/herself way too seriously.
Dear Terry,This photo reminds me of Monsignor S from St. A's. In the winter we would see him in a cape walking from the rectory to the Church. Now he was a fella who could ware a cape and look fablous. He was so german.Cheers,Katie
+JMJ+ Dear Katie, You know, I think I like you now. Let's be friends, okay? I don't blog about Mark Shea any longer. (But if I did . . . Oh, never mind.) Seriously, I've become used to seeing you around and I think you're actually kind of nice. Cristina ;-)
so, wear one if you want to. you know you want too. well, we know
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