I wish I lived near an American Apparel. I'm obsessing over these, but afraid if order online they may pull an Urban Outfitters and send me hideously discolored, cheap sub-par versions of the items.
The AA circle scarf is just a looped piece of fabric but can be worn as almost anything. I read reviews online and apparently the scarf is gigantic, but I tend to cocoon myself often in bundles of fabric, so that sounds just fine with me.
I really like leggings. And buttons. And these.
Okay, so this tee is the hotness. It starts out as a plain faded tee and changes color depending on your body temperature. Sounds weird, but the effect is really sweet.
This red skirt is so festive for the holidays and is what I consider a "good" red, not a garish one with too much pink or orange. Plus, high waists flatter everyone.
I actually have this striped dress in black and white, and it's just as Parisian chic as it looks on the model. However, it is a bit tight in the bum (which, if you know me, is very
odd since I don't have much junk back there.) Apple bottoms beware, this fruit-hugging horizontal stripe could be potentially disastrous. Try adding a
black vest, tights and camel riding boots to keep it flattering and stylish at the same time.
This Helvetica letter tee is ingenius, simple and only $20. I was initially thinking about getting the "Cc" one for my intial, but "Zz" is sounding pretty cute. Or, even better, I wish they would get "Xx" so I could rep my hot female genetic makeup. Or "Mm." Maybe I could get a group to wear a bunch of different letters and we could spell something out!? Someone stop me, the possibilities are endless.
Classic unisex AA v-necks are probably the most flattering t-shirt available. I like this set of three in black, grey and blue. Don't forget to order a size down if you's a ho.
This electric blue cardigan can apparently be worn as a dress as well. I'm curious to see if the color is that bright in real life.
Go buy all of these. Tell me what you think. Then send them to me in the mail.