I am envisioning some not-so-on-the-ball fashionista buying one of these trendy sweaters and wearing it to work the next day with a nice pencil skirt and kickass heels. She thinks she's being appropriate yet on-trend. Little does she really know ...I'm personally not big on "make a statement" tops in general. If I've got an opinion about something, it's going to come out of my mouth in my voice (foot aside). ;o)
Hilarious, Lisa, is it immodest of me to say that's pretty much what I was thinking?
Can I join the coven please?
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my dear, you are a charter member.
Hmmm... French hen or French potty mouth.
Hu, Raina, I've been trying to imagine the genius who thought this would be someone's dream come true. B-bawwk, b-b-bawwk.
Just say no to shirts with words!
hi, Dani, so I guess you won't be adding any of these to your packing lists? Nope, me, neither! I'm hoping they represent the end of shirts and sweaters with French or "t-shirt French" words, but there's always someone out there with more money than brains.
Oh my. Presumably the model doesn't speak French.
it's so funny, the retail world is coming down with shirts and sweatshirts bearing texts in misspelled or unidiomatic or just incorrect French - and this they get right!
WORDS WORST I will very occasionally make an exception for a band or cause tee. But shirts with words either remind me of Class of XXXX (long graduated) or socially challenged celebs. For some reason I am recalling Britney giving herself sad relationship advice a decade or so ago along lines of "Dump Him" (post Timberlake break-up), "American Dream" etc.
right, the lowest common denominator keeps getting lower and lower.
OMG I had to google that last one...LOLIn Asia, it's been en vogue to have bad English on your sweaters/tees/jackets for decades. Guess the English-speaking parts of the world is playing catch up en francais. Thanks for the laugh!
Hi, CC, yes, my favorites have been the ones that include a mention of a non-existent university or a recent concert given by a long-dead artist. Elvis recently tore it up in Phuket, did you know that? Well, if anyone could, it would be The King.
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