Black Crocodile

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This updated design is another spinoff on those crocodile bags, remember those? When I went to Staples for inspiration? Well this time I had to go all black on black on black, with those crocodile style wallet necklaces…

Now I had to follow a similar design strategy to that same post, to treat this crocodile skin with some disrespect. It’s kind of like how you walk into a room, and you notice one fellow or lady who is just stunning (physically) and he or she knows it. In fact you find that kind of cockiness a bit annoying and unmerited. Like this person is obviously walking around like they own the room. The last thing you want to do when you meet this kind of person is be intimidated. In fact you just want to treat them like the average joe. Well this is what I feel like doing to this crocodile too. These kinds of designs always come to mind when thinking of such skins. And let me say it’s just not my style.  No need for diapers just yet.

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Subtraction was a big part of this updated series. First of all I got rid of silver hardware. Black chain, black closure, and black leather. Wanted the look to accentuate the croc’s texture.

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Oh but there is still light at the end of the tunnel. See that white lining.

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Keeping it simple, as usual.

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Casually styled with a sheer button up, and baggy ripped jeans. No need to dress up like you’re going to meet Santa Claus.

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Now time to engage in some stupid behavior. Credit card in my wallet necklace, and cash in a transparent name tag.

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What I love about putting my keys on here, I can never lose them. Just pull a string and open some doors, because I lose things all the time.

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This item is available in the shop of course. Thanks for reading.

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