Girl In A Shirt: Jessica Dykstra

posted by / Girl in a Shirt, Magazine / April 11, 2014

Shirt: Oakley Progression LS Woven // $90 // www.oakley.com
Model: Jessica Dykstra // All Photos: Corey Wilson // Hair/Makeup: @heatherroseharris

Don’t they call that a love seat?

Don’t they call that a love seat?

It is said to be impossible to stare into those eyes for more than three seconds without automatically lying and swearing that you’re a wealthy accountant.

It is said to be impossible to stare into those eyes for more than three seconds without automatically lying and swearing that you’re a wealthy accountant.

You’re looking at that zebra, right?

You’re looking at that zebra, right?

She’ll knock your socks off — but probably keep hers on, if that’s cool with you.

She’ll knock your socks off — but probably keep hers on, if that’s cool with you.

Kind of shady.

Kind of shady.

If this is Jesse then who is her girl?

If this is Jesse then who is her girl?

We read somewhere in the National Geographic that zebras prefer blondes.

We read somewhere in the National Geographic that zebras prefer blondes.

Wildlife.

Wildlife.

Call her, not maybe, f—king call her.

Call her, not maybe, f—king call her.

Issue 6 2014“I can’t f–king believe it.”

“What?”

“That girl. Last night. I lost her number.”
“Huh? How?”

“I must’ve forgotten to press save or something. Now she’s gone.”

“Technology’s a cruel mistress.”

“Damn it. Did you see how hot she was?”

“Yeah. Maybe you should just try doing what my one buddy does.”

“Tinder? Not into it.”

“No, not that. He’s on this kick where he leaves his phone at home for the entire month. Won’t check texts, Insta, missed calls. Just voicemail, now and then. Treats his phone like a total landline.”

“Sounds stupid.”

“I know. But it actually works pretty well. He carries around a pen and when he asks babes for their numbers, he gets them to write it on a receipt from their purse or any scrap of paper around. Says it’s worked better than any method he’s ever tried.”

“So that’s his bit, huh?”

“They think it’s vintage or poetic or something, like they’ve just shared something tangible. Like, ‘He actually wrote it down, on actual paper.’ It’s pretty pathetic, but he’s kind of cleaning up.”

“I can almost see how that’d work. But what happens if he loses the piece of paper?”

“I don’t know. He’d probably quit whining about it and just meet a new girl.”

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  • DORKO

    Why would you stretch the photos like you did on the first slide and last slide? Bad mix up….