my newest favorite color - for the rest of the week, anyway




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  1. Hilarious! I hope this starts a trend. Just think - "drunken merlot", "dysfunctional indigo" and "twisted sister sienna".

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    1. and me thinkin all those years that the J.Crew color wizards were unbeatable. Congratulations to J Brand and to you, Julie!

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  2. Ha! Esp. amusing to someone from the Evergreen State.

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    1. is it the color of the local hockey team?

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  3. Ahh, Demented Evergreen: such a classic.

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    1. demented evergreen is the new demented evergreen.

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  4. At least they didn't try to write it in French!

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  5. Love the color names but the ripped jeans look like crap to me. I'm just too old to do or appreciate the trend.

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    1. Hi, Jennifer, I'm ok with worn jeans, but I draw the line at shredded or stringy - the demented line, that is.

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  6. HIgh waisted spray on jeans with multiple pre made frayed rips in Demented Evergreen? Sign me up! I'd certainly have to be demented to buy them...

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    1. even if they were "styled" with a deranged halter top and some seriously disturbed layered necklaces?

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  7. So nasty. I've just returned from a big trip, and in Rome and Venice, if you are under 24 there's a good chance you are roaming the streets in torn jeans exposing an entire anterior thigh. Or the triple rip effect-- thigh/knee/calf. So insulting to those who make our clothing, I think.

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    1. Not to mention the confusion it causes to the refugees in real shreds and tatters...

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