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What Dita Von Teese Wore for a Walk in the English Countryside

Surprisingly, it wasn't this. Photo credit: Getty Images
Surprisingly, it wasn't this. Photo credit: Getty Images

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In Dita Von Teese's profile in the Times' "What I Wore" feature, she details the outfit she wore while walking through the English countryside during a friend's weekend-long birthday celebration.

I wore a Louis Vuitton tartan waistcoat and paired it with a heavyweight black wool slim skirt, a '40s trilby hat and my button-up boots with flat heels. When we got back to the house, our boots were covered in mud. I changed into black thigh-high leather Moschino boots — perfect for our afternoon of ferret racing. Yes, I said ferret racing. I had never seen anything like that. It was kind of hysterical.

Because what else would you expect from a woman who wouldn't dare leave the house without a set of matching underwear? She adds that while doing some "light housekeeping" in her Paris apartment a few days later, she wore a vintage slip paired with a Wheels & Dollbaby cardigan. She stayed in said slip until she headed out to do Pilates in—omg—plain black leggings.
· Dita Von Teese: What I Wore [NYT]
· Dita Von Teese's Undies Rules [Racked]
· This Is How Dita Von Teese Likes to Travel [Racked]