I know that, in the six posts I’ve made so far, the bulk have been about Forever 21. I felt kind of bad about it, and worried that I might hurt the store’s feelings.
Then I saw this:
Faux-denim leggings. With zippers on the bottoms. And no pockets. Because they are leggings. Faux-denim leggings.
Not convinced? Let’s see the back:
When shopping online, I follow two simple rules:
1) Only buy it if the site offers free returns
2) If it looks bad on the mannequin, it’s not going to be any better on you.
The mannequins are molded plastic designed to be as perfectly shaped as humanly possible. They are engineered to make the clothes look good.
So if the mannequin looks like it’s rocking a giant, flat ass while wearing skintight mom jeans, odds are, you will not fare any better.
That’s not going to stop any number of women from buying this 98% cotton, 2% spandex atrocity. I remember when people wore these the first time around, in the 90s, and it was as wrong then as it is now.
Why does Forever 21 hate the world, that they keep inflicting clothing like this on it? Why?