Victoria’s Secret Pink:
A long time ago Victoria’s Secret introduced their “Pink” line which is aimed at college-aged girls. The idea (I would assume) from their ads is that it’s supposed to by hypersexualized and slutty-looking for wild romps on the beach which also happens to be located inside your New Jersey dorm room or something. You know, like the last time you found a whale in your closet.
Damn, that whale. He’s probably the guy who stole my booze.
But I digress. I think this is what Victoria’s Secret would like to think happens when people buy and wear their clothing.
THE REAL WORLD
Unfortunately for Victoria, her Secret, or otherwise, this is what really happens.
I guess that’s what they deserve for trying to fetishize a wardrobe based on clothing that is much-loved by lazy people. I’m a firm believer that sweatpants belong in the gym, when sleeping, and the rare emergency. Why? Because I can put jeans on in the same time it takes to put on sweatpants. It’s not rocket science. I realize that our educational quality is declining in the USA, but come on put on some pants and get a shower.
Banana Republic used to actually be a travel/outdoors store, hence the name “Banana Republic” and not something like “Suit Man Guy Skyscraper”, or “Yachtpants McSlingenbottoms”.
Banana Republic was purchased by another company and turned into the business casual store we know today. It’s a great store. If you buy their clothing this is what they think happens:
THE REAL WORLD
This is what really happens:
Ed Hardy is actually just a tattoo artist from California who oversees a tattoo shop and publishes books. He licensed his art to a company and eventually Christian Audiger bought the rights. This guy is why you all know who he is.
This is what they like to think happens when people buy their clothing:
THE REAL WORLD:
No wait. That is actually what happens. Nevermind.