Around now, then 6 months from now, because those are retail’s “make everything 70% off” cycles.
Right now a proper quality t-shirt is the proper price of $20.
I went this week. I’ve never loved shopping. Much of what you see me in is a decade old. I love malls for the people and atmosphere, not for the stuff.
Surprised myself, too.
Think I’ll wear it next Saturday night in Vegas at DefCon - the world’s largest hacker conference.
I shop alone.
On the rare occasion I require an opinion, I text a photo.
I have the toughest time finding simple, classic clothes. Why does everything needs a ruffle or pocket or some accoutrement?
If I had a store, I’d call it ‘Plain’.
- 1 – outfit is sneakers and something I can try stuff on over, thus avoiding fitting room time
- 2 – I find one shirt I like, buy it in many colours. See first photo as well
- 3 – everything gets seam-ripped off. Tags ruin the lines, and if you’re wearing anything sheer, you must.
Fact: it’s North America’s oldest company :O
Go to the third floor in the Eaton Centre one… endless labels, open and airy, no one bugs you, massive sale on.
Victoria’s Secret dressing rooms are beautifully lit #NoFilter.
‘Plain’ would definitely copy their lighting scheme. Sales ahoy.