By Nadia Pflaum
Tina had a glow about her last Sunday night at the Peanut, even though she was wearing a really basic outfit: a black shirt, jeans, and black canvas shoes. I ask her what look she's usually going for.
“I feel like a 12-year-old white boy a lot of the time? So that’s what I do,” she says.
She wears primarily T-shirts, jeans and sneakers. She mentions that she wore these jeans all week, so the butt is getting saggy -- a plight most girls I know are familiar with. She needs to wash ‘em so that they hug her ass like they used to, she says.
I tell her she looks like a Gap model and she agrees, because she loves jeans and cottons. Her shoes are $5 Wal-Mart canvas shoes, “Not even Keds,” and she has them in three colors.
Looks she likes on other girls: “I like girls in short-shorts, because I don’t feel like I can wear them. I admire 70s style. I feel like a sneaker fiend, but who isn’t these days?”
Amen, Tina, amen.