Burning Man’s over, and almost everyone has gone home–but the work crew remains. This is the stage at the DPW Ghetto, our own bar, which stays up for another week after the event is done.
The stage was decorated by crew member Jessy Brown, using materials she found at the local shooting range. In honor of her work, I’m wearing my country best!
For this outfit, I folded the dress into a skirt and left it open in front. Underneath it, I tied a sheer apron with a red heart border. I added a white cotton half-shirt and my white KISS belt.
One of the customs of Burning Man culture is “gifting” or giving things away without expecting anything in trade. I loved these boots so much, I begged KJ to let me borrow them… she ended up saying I can keep them for the rest of the year. Yee-haw!
The ukelele, however, is purely for show: it belongs to Dominic Tinio, who stopped playing long enough for us to take this photo.
See more of Feral Kid’s photos on Flickr/NomadPhotos.
This wear-a-thon is a collaboration with Love&Trash, a DIY blog for people who do things differently.