I was really proud of Lou Lou Magazine for doing a 'Green Issue'. Though I don't need any reminding of the world's environmental situations (me=ultimate green), It made me realize that I should start paying more attention to where my clothes come from. This means that I should make a conscious effort to seek out ethical clothing, and the most accessible option to me is obviously American Apparel.
I've finally gotten over my aversion to anything hooded. This sleeveless hoodie might even be cute if it were black/grey and I added some random buttons to the pocket. It's $43.00 and the next time I'm in AA, it's going home with me.
I desperately need 2 plain long sleeve tees in black and brown, for layering/warmth purposes. The black/brown shirts I have now and hole-y and from Old Navy. Not only are they crap quality, some 8 year old in Bangladesh was only paid 1/16 of a cent for it. I guess you get what you pay for.
My current sweats, which I call my "homework pants" are a wee bit too short. These sweatpants with the elasticated hems are too short on purpose! (Oh the beauty of irony).They are also quite flattering on the model - I hope they turn out just as well on me.
I don't actually want the romper. I just can't believe American Apparel is actually selling something this weird. Perhaps I might wear this as a beach cover-up, but it's more like a sartorial joke. What's worse is, Lindsay Lohan wore this without a trace of irony. That's gotta sting.
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