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Emily the Strange Clothing and Accessories Review

Emily may be strange but that hasn't stopped her from having one of the coolest clothing and accessory lines ever. From hoodies to lunch boxes, Emily the Strange has everything you need to show off your ultimate freakiness.

Feelin' the Emily the Strange Vibe

The Emily philosophy is all about embracing your wicked-bad self and letting the world know exactly who you are. If you have a taste for mischief, magik and mystery, then you should be stocking up on Emily products.

Skateboarding With Emily the Strange

And, for all you skateboarding superstars, you can now grab yourself a cool Emily skateboard deck plastered with a pic of one of Emily's super-freaky kitties! Get ready to ride the rails in style.

And for more terrifyingly-tempting Emily gear, head on over to the official site, www.emilystrange.com to start filling up your shopping cart of spookiness. I love Emily!

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