Wacko Maria 2008 F/W Tees and Hoodies

In continuance with their catholic boy gone college, frat house style Wacko Maria explores

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In continuance with their catholic boy gone college, frat house style Wacko Maria explores different topics including music, religion, and gambling. Most of the gear is something you can just throw on with jeans and not have to worry about looking good which is actually a good thing. Along with mainly one color graphics, this seasons tees and hoodies are mostly subtle with toned down colors. The collection is available at Wacko Maria retailers including the THINK SiLLY store in Hong Kong.

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