Because we already bought everything ourselves. Heaven help us (and bring us a good financial adviser).
Consider this a celebratory post of the fact that we spent too much. We always spend too much. But, this time, we spent too much at Gap (we also spent too much at Topman this week, but that’s another story…).
Because, why wouldn’t we want to wear embroidered evil eyes on our thighs?
Inspired by British seaside culture, Topman Design’s SS17 runway collection is probably our favorite yet. The idea, for Topman’s Gordon Richardson, was to remix iconic youth subcultures from Britain’s coasts — think decades of mods, rockers, punks and soul boys — with a ‘penny arcade’ novelty. ‘Sunburn’ make-up, not included.
ALAS! In our quest to never be fiscally responsible, our shopping cart is currently loaded up and ready to take a shot at our bank account. Being the good friends that we are, here’s what we have in our cart; get ’em while they’re still available 😉
Because, we’d be amiss NOT to show the world what we wore!
Consider this a follow-up to our inability to pack minimally. We hate minimalism. Why wouldn’t we pack our entire wardrobe, bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, living room, AND priceless valuables into a suitcase to take with us to NYC for seven days?
At the risk of sounding like two mid-20-something princesses, life is only as good as the bed you sleep on, and the bed at Hotel Indigo Lower East Side is always our favorite.
Less than two weeks ago, we were out in New York for Men’s Fashion Week — probably our most productive and ‘healthy’ fashion week yet. ‘Healthy,’ meaning, we didn’t consume street vendor hot dogs every day for breakfast and lunch, as we’ve done in the past. Our cardiovascular systems thank us.
We’re not sure there are any, but we do feel healthy AND we’re wearing track pants, so that’s gotta be something.
Consider this: by wearing velour track pants with an elastic waistband, one not only can do the splits in comfort, but can also eat two large Ultimeat pizzas comfortably, while simultaneously caressing the velvet texture of the pants softly, inducing what we’d only describe as a euphoric sense of happiness. Splits, pizza, soft touches. With such happiness, we’d only assume it can have a positive effect on your health.*
*we do not claim liability for the health effects of wearing track pants.
We have a dream of hosting a party bigger than Coachella (where pizza will be served to everyone for FREE, of course), but until then, we’ve been working on our ‘entertainment’ skills, getting our friends together for mini-Yummertime parties — mini, only in the way that we’re not millionaires yet and can’t give our guests party bags worth thousands of dollars.
Still, we threw a party last week for around fifteen of our closest friends in San Francisco to celebrate the fact that we just moved into a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment and NEVER HAVE TO FIGHT OVER who gets to use the bathroom first ever again! We are living.