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That’s a rhetorical question in the negative… meaning, NO, NO, NO, we definitely don’t shop too much. America was founded on the concept of commerce, and we, with love for lady liberty, happily oblige.
We’re only helping the economy out. Basically just waiting on our Medal of Honor from Janet Yellen, with a handwritten thank you note, written in pink milky pen with sparkles, preferably. Or cornflower blue, that’s a fine color too.
Just this morning, we dug through East Dane (through, literally, thousands upon THOUSANDS of items; we have way too much free time on our hands). And so, in a bold step for the sake of humanity, here’s how we’re stimulating the economy (we’re also getting paid in a few days, and so it all works out):
Linen, linen, linen: helps with the profuse summer sweating. Ew. But, yeah.
French Trotters everything: a brand to know, and a brand we just found out about. It’s like every piece feels youthful. We don’t want to look ‘dapper.’ We’d rather look our age. WE’RE STILL YOUNG. YOU CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM US.
Strappy-strappy sandals: because the biblical times are trendy again / every time we walk up any stairs, we trip on our Birkenstocks… which is concerning because we just said we “trip on our Birkenstocks…” Who are we?
Completely circular sunglasses: all the better to look like Lady Gaga / it’s a shape that hasn’t been nabbed by every fashion Instagrammer out there… yet. #smallvictories.