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This Sushi Is Meant To Be Worn, Not Eaten

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    Generally speaking, we like our sushi between chopsticks, preferably dabbed with wasabi and headed for our mouth. But, thanks to a long-standing obsession with the Japanese food here in the States, the fashion sphere has given us a brand-new reason to love our spicy-tuna-and-avocado rolls. Now, you can wear 'em, too — as cheeky knickers, baseball caps, and even earrings.

    Honestly, we're surprised this hasn't happened sooner. How incredible is the clutch shown here? Clearly, we couldn't not bring this to your attention, so we're sharing all those aforementioned goods, along with a host of other fishy finds that you probably didn't know you needed — until now.

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