Introducing "Hooker Chic"

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Introducing "Hooker Chic"
Are we saying you should turn tricks? Naw. Just unleash your inner "Kristen."

"I'm turning tricks": Jimmy Choo Clue Metallic Leather Sandal in Gold, $L385
"I'm going broke": The Steve Madden Optimom Slingback in Gold Leather, $109.95

Madame Fortuna Belle Boyd Locket4. One Conversation-Starting Accessory: In this line of work, you'd already know whether he wears boxers or briefs, so you need a little somethin'-somethin' else to get the ball rolling. In a nod to the hooker-with-a-heart-of-gold ethos, we bring you the "I do it in service of" necklace, to show your solidarity with the real ladies of the night. Each Storyville locket is inspired by a location within, or actual prostitute who worked in, the New Orleans "legal" red light district of the same name, which thrived between 1897-1917. We're partial to the Miss Belle Boyd shown here, a 2" Victorian locket, featuring an amethyst stone, fleur de lis, and "BB" engraving on the back, $595—though less spendy options also exist.

Fun Betty5. A Little Wonder Down Under: Because apparently the je ne sais quoi that no hooker today is without is a "magic vagina." Which is somewhat mysterious because nobody but Kate Beckinsale seems to know what it means. But we figure an avant-garde bikini wax couldn't hurt. (We mean, other than the pain factor.) Which is why we recommend seeing a professional. But if you wanted to doubledown with a D.I.Y. custom tint, this kit will do the trick.

 
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