Friday, April 27, 2007
fashion talk

ok people. i'm pretty understanding when it comes to fashion mis-steps. especially from stores; you know they've got to try out some new stuff and see if it catches on with the public. right? right. but this?


this is just ridiculous. not only would only the very thin look at all decent in this, but even for the very slim, it is horrendous. it recalls the days of onesies and that's just not ok. it's called a 'loop terry romper'. no. just no. old navy, you have failed me.

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7 Comments:
Blogger Muum had this to say:

maybe this is a take-off on the old one piece playsuits we used to wear in the summer (when I was six!) They at least had ties on the top to keep them up.

9:14 AM 

Blogger deborah had this to say:

Dear God, that is hideous! What on earth size does that come in?? Tell me it's NOT for adults, please! Maybe for wee tots, but not anyone older than, say, 4?!! Oh, and I can't seem to find your comment on Harry. He was to die for.

10:13 AM 

Blogger deborah had this to say:

Wait!! Did you say terry cloth??

10:13 AM 

Blogger Emily had this to say:

oh, it's terry cloth, ladies.

and this is not in the children's sizes, this is for GROWN WOMEN.

10:34 AM 

Blogger Iccle Anne had this to say:

That is a hilarious name. In England a ROMPER-suit, is what you put on a baby (like a all in one baby grow)! I've just looked it up - oh the green's even worse! Oh I do hope they don't sell too many of the larger sizes!

10:46 AM 

Anonymous Anonymous had this to say:

Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you were skinny enough to wear this, wouldn't you likely just fall out of the top of it?

What a stupid idea.

10:57 AM 

Blogger Stephanie had this to say:

Ouch.

That is pretty bad. I was thinking the other day about why adults don't wear onesies, and well, question answered.

6:11 PM 

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