I've got a bone to choose. This Anarchy torn skull shirt (above) is punk cute beyond words, however it has two main shortcomings. h.NAOTO's on-line English store lists the tee at $123 and stamps it using the scarlet letters: SOLD OUT. Keep in mind that ditty: "the head bone's connected to theâ€¦ shoulder bone"? Surely I keep in mind sufficient from AP Biology to create a DIY version! You will recall that I've embarked on a main spring cleaning. I discovered a ratty lengthy sleeve black sweater that was a cast off from my older cousin. As with my Punk Loli project, I cut off the sleeves and created two rows of giant holes down the front. Appropriately, I slipped my "ribcage" over a Roca t shirt that announces "I Won't Lose." (I picked up the shirt for totally free at the Magic tradeshow in Vegas.) I bloodied the outfit with unmatched red and white striped socks, and Lolita fied it having a Betsey Johnson vintage skirt ($10) puffed out by a petticoat. The miniature hat with lace and ribbon tendrils is by Spider. I safety pinned my Hell Kitty VooDoo Baby to my sleeve (the red matches my lips and knee socks). A plastic children's necklace forms a bracelet. The fraying sweater material works nicely with this appear, do not you believe? My mom stated I looked like I was dead and I took that as the ultimate compliment! h.NAOTO Anarchy also provides this cheerfully morbid shirt, described in "Engrish" as: "Skull ripped open to say hi!" Dig the additional lengthy sleeves, which you are able to push up or leave dangling. I cackled within the face of the shirt's $110 cost tag and Sold Out status. I dragged a ribbed black sweater from the depths of my closet (it is so old that the label has vanished). Tore out a skull face. Slit the arms from the elbows downward. I kept the outfit easy with an H&M skirt, Victorian ankle boots, and polka dot leggings from the streets of Hong Kong. Now I've got literal skeletons in my closet to keep the figurative ones company. ( Just ribbing. Hur hur hur! ) My neon t shirt (worn under the sweater) is believe it or not HYOMA. He's the kawaii mascot of Masahiro Nakagawa's infamous Tokyo shop and avantgarde brand, 20471120 (as seen in Fruits). The t shirt is from a Hong Kong boutique; it is one of my proudest finds. I have one more money saving DIY project up my (ripped) sleevesâ€¦ next time, we're taking on Black Peace Now!