Lots of numbers there. In the first week of Pants Points 2.0, I have 102/150 points. Not a super-awesome start, but I've been busy. I'm going to have to figure out how to have my clothes laid out and stuff in the morning, because getting out of bed, getting dressed and going to school at nine in the goddamn morning is just too much.
Well, to be fair, I thought number 7 looked good before I realized that those white bits were diamonds, not just stitching.
So, if you want to get me a present, apparently I'm a pretty cheap person to shop for. The $22,000 suit was my favorite.
This IndieGoGo campaign has already met their funding goal, but they deserve more money -- specifically, the money that comes from people patronizing their business. Krezubach 10 is a clothing label that makes menswear cut to fit women's bodies. From their IndieGoGo page:
We don't like to say we make women's shirts, because that makes us sound like a lot of other labels who take a button up shirt, feminize it with girly colours and patterns and maybe even add some frilly bits then still have the nerve to call it 'man style.'
That's not us.
Our shirts are designed to be straight up what you'd expect to find in the men's department; Primary colours, geometric patterns, no frills.
This is awesome -- I can't personally shop with them, being male-bodied, but I know a lot of female-bodied people who have wished they could find mens clothes that fit them.