Friday, December 14, 2007

Rastafarian Couture

On the skeleton walls of a building on the outskirts of the capital, Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies, a Rastafarian has drawn a Rasta with a keen of Ras style and high couture. The garb may be for a Friday night fete as it looks quite tailored. The suit jacked has shoulder pads and the buttons are placed in line to the hem of the garment. It may be a Ras Chanel in light Caribbean blue or pink.

The well defined features of this groomed Rastafarian indicates his love of Gold. His broad smile shows it as an accessory to his wear. When is undetermined is the black scarf or wrap around his neck.

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