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My Winter Style Icon: Daria

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A NYC Winter is where you really test your patience for your fellow citizen. And who better to take after than a person who could care less about your well-being.

This season, throw on a long green coat with a skirt and slap on your best inner intellectual bitch-face for a highly festive day-wear outfit. Who knows, you might even be able to use those combat boots if the subway gets too crowded.

Here are some of my favorite Daria-esque pieces that you should definitely add you your “I don’t give a shit about you in the morning” look.

My Winter Icon: Daria
And if the outfit doesn’t put you in that brand of carelessness, live your life with this sarcasm:

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Image: Fanpop

Laura Delarato is a web producer, writer, social media consultant, video creator, and the brain behind Pass The Cake, Please fashion blog. She has spent a lot of the past 10-years of her life in internships, college, part-time jobs, graduate school, and in front of a computer typing away her next brilliant idea. Her work has appeared in Playgirl Magazine, Kong Magazine, London Glossy Magazine—and at one time CosmoGirl! Magazine. Laura spends a lot of her time typing code to make the internet work, performing improv at The Magnet Theater in NYC, and performing burlesque on every dingy bar stage she can find. Laura likes to be a total badass by participating in body-positive/fat-acceptance activism, crafting pasties, discussing the beauty of pornography, and wearing all the short skirts. Follow her at @lauradelarato

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