Creep Street - Get Your Dirty Hands On These Not So Dirty Limited Shirts For Tough Girls

So, what do we have here? Super cutie Stacey Lynn Duncan, who refers to herself as a mini supermodel and is like 74 percent ghetto and 26 percent princess, wears…
Creep Street

Get Your Dirty Hands On These Not So Dirty Limited Shirts For Tough Girls

So, what do we have here? Super cutie Stacey Lynn Duncan, who refers to herself as a mini supermodel and is like 74 percent ghetto and 26 percent princess, wears the latest limited shirt by horror-inspired streetwear brand Creep Street. It says “Are you afraid of the dark?”, and probably knows me better than my mom and dad did. Because they know nothing about me.

“I own, it, I design it, and I solicit nudes from beautiful women in the most romantic ways possible”, founder Boris Chang Jr told OXS over at Lump Sum why he founded the brand. “I tell extremely corny jokes, am STD-free, enjoy long walks on the street and try my best every season to sell you guys rad shit with a dark twist. I grew up in Queens and am currently residing in LA. I’m on the road to riches and diamond rings because real creeps do real things!” These are good reasons to build something like Creep Street, I guess.

But the “Are you afraid of the dark?” shirt Stacey is wearing is not the only one they have. There’s also “Kiss the boys and make them die.” And “Slay all day!” And “J’aime les creeps!” You can buy them over at this online shop for $48 each. They also offer a dope skateboard deck. Do kids these days still say “dope?” I’m getting older and older every fucking day…

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