On the matter of style.
I don’t think I’m a very stylish girl. Sure, I read all the fashion magazines that Frank has subscribed to for me thanks to our airline miles. I try to incorporate of-the-moment items into my wardrobe, however unsuccessful my attempts are. Not being much of a consumer or savvy shopper, I usually end up a little behind the fashion curve. Most of the clothes I purchase are rather inexpensive and conservative, usually coming from H&M, Old Navy, or Target. Most times, I feel like I would rather spend my money on camera gear or eating out than on clothing.
Lately, Threadless had a sale. I’ve never bought any Threadless shirts because they were rather expensive ($18) and I simply cannot justify spending $18 on a goddamn t-shirt simply because of the cool graphic design on it. (I already said I was a cheap mofo.) Anyway, this Threadless sale was really good and lots of tees were marked down to $5 each. Of course, most of the good sizes were already gone, but luckily (or not), I am an XL when it comes to American Apparel shirts, and even if they were a bit tight, I could always just use them for running under a long-sleeve anyway. Good deal, right?
So, I go and purchase about… say… six shirts, and now I am feeling pretty pleased with myself, thinking that I’m pretty fashionable right now. Ha. Who knows if it really counts as being fashionable or not, but I honestly just feel cool wearing them!
Oh yeah, and I also ran into the Ferocious Few up in town on Market Street and freakin’ went nutso and dashed across the street to go buy their cd. I love those guys! I have since rediscovered my ghetto blaster and installed it in my bedroom so that I can listen to the Ferocious Few CD while drifting off to sleep.