Thursday, January 18, 2007

Party Like It's 1996!

Our Men's Reversible Shirt is two shirts in one. Saves space in your luggage! With a casual blue check on one side and a dressier black with bue and gray stripe on the other, this versatile, fully-fashioned shirt is the smart way to pack light. The 55% cotton/45% polyester blen fabric is soft, lightweight, wrinkle-and stain-resistant, and washable. Imported. Available in men's sizes M-2XL.
Here is the perfect example of a potentially good idea turned horrifically bad. The devil is in the details, guys, so if you want to keep this cheapo reversible shirt a secret, you'll have to keep it buttoned way up to the top, so that no one can see the ugly "casual" pattern that overlaps the "dressy" pattern where you button it. Dorks. Had they thought it through, they'd have made one side solid, so the overlap would seem like nice detailing. Pleated khakis? So five years ago. Plaid patterns? Ten years ago.

3 comments:

S* said...

Saves room in your luggage? Does it save face when you reverse it and everyone sees your nasty deodorant and sweat stains in the pits?

Chris said...

Exactly, s*! I couldn't have said it better myself.

Slinky Redfoot said...

Pleats will be back. Mark my words.