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January 18, 2008 / TildeWill

Sweaters

I was driving in my car with Josh [for 12 hours] this past weekend when we went by the “Homelesss to Harvard” inspirational sign with that chick on it. I always note that she’s a cute girl, and it got me thinking about how women can look good in knit sweaters. Josh didn’t believe me. So tonight I went looking for proof. I found this, and let me just say that I’ve never been so happy it’s cold outside in all my life. Not exactly what I set out to find, but wow, I didn’t know they could do that with sweaters.

Anyway, it also reminds me that I was in Target the other day thinking that melanie would look good in a ladies zip-up hoodie. I meant to tell her as much, and now that I’m thinking about it, I’ll go ahead and tell you all too, “Melanie would look good in a ladies zip-up hoodie.” Now you know.

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  1. anthogna / Jan 19 2008 9:24 am

    Huh. Isn’t it interesting that women’s clothing is designed and marketed specifically to cater to men? Why do you think that is?

  2. lina / Jan 21 2008 1:55 pm

    It caters to both, just like mens clothing. Pick up a GQ lately?

  3. emanon / Jan 21 2008 2:18 pm

    I agree with Lina. I’d imagine a woman would feel sexy knowing she’s wearing something that also appeals to men. P.S. Wearing sweat pants to a party, no matter how informal, would be a misguided choice.

  4. emanon / Jan 28 2008 12:45 pm

    Since I spent the time to look it up again, here’s the site that had the sweater: http://www.cartapacio.com/index.php/19/eans-ombre-stripe-cowl-neck-sweater/ looks like it was posted just over a year ago 😦

  5. nutgatherer / Jan 28 2008 1:03 pm

    HA! i have a sweater that looks a lot like that, except it’s kind of a greenish color and it’s not hugely off the shoulder like that.

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