Capitol Style

Since the supreme court decided to legalize handguns in the District of Columbia of all places (brilliant idea, guys, really), Refinery 29's fashion blog has taken the liberty of compiling some appropriate new looks for the 'hood.

Less-than-eyecatching but terribly practical wardrobe must-haves include "defender" hoodies, bulletproof briefcases, and--my personal favorite-- the windbreaker-chic Weatherproof Disguised Bullet/Stab-Proof Jacket, which protects against 9mm Full Metal Jacket Round Nose projectiles as well as "stabs, cuts, slashes with sharp and blunt edged weapons like hypodermic needles, ice picks, knives and broken bottles up to 33 Joules." A true steal at £895.00, don't leave home without it. Seriously. Do not.

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