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Vogue UK Guide to Prison Dressing Rings In At $1,500+

Image via Hadley Freeman/<a href="">Twitter</a>.
Image via Hadley Freeman/Twitter.

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Vogue UK has a short and sweet guide to dressing like you're a character on Orange is the New Black, the based-on-real-life Netflix series about jailed women. As you'd expect, they've got a high-priced designer spin on baggy, unflattering, pedestrian inmate uniforms.

In Vogue's world, dressing like Piper Chapman or one of the more than a million jailed women nationwide is easy with a pair of J Brand wool pants, a Carven sweater and a Caractère anorak. Total cost: £920 or more than $1,500. Your freedom, though, is priceless.
· Vogue's handy guide to how to dress like you're in prison [Twitter/Hadley Freeman]