Fashion, I can't.

It's January, so you know what that means: Fashion retailers are ready for spring. Chunky sweaters and fuzzy boots are already starting to find their way to clearance racks, and this is great news for the majority of Americans who still have another 3 or so months of cold weather to suffer through. However, it's also incredibly disheartening because it also means that we get a sneak peek at the fashion monstrosities that are going to be strutting down the spring runways.

Monday night, while listening to an episode of Sister Wives (Cody Brown's hair is too legit to quit), I did some web surfing to start collecting ideas for my spring wardrobe. I ventured over to American Apparel because I love their v-neck tees and this was on their home page:

This is an actual item for sale. For people to put on their bodies. And to be seen in public. 

What demographic was this designed for anyway? (I mean, besides the obvious ice skater crowd.) You show me the person who's lifestyle makes this piece of clothing practical and I'll call you a dang, dirty liar (or ask you which circus they work for).

Spring fashion 2015: I can't. I'm tappin' out. If you need me, I'll be in my race t-shirts and running shorts because that's the only thing that feels safe anymore.


P.S. In case you were wondering, this shiny, velvet leotard comes in gold, too. Get yours today!


  1. Dear sweet gentle Jesus. That is atrocious. I'll be sticking to my standard tees & jeans this spring, thankyouverymuch.

  2. Um. It kind of reminds me of my high school gymnastics leotard. I hardly wanted to wear for competition and covered up quickly with sweats and a t-shirt as soon as my event was done. Why on earth would anyone wear this in public? I'm concerned for humankind.


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