Sunday, June 10, 2007

Biting.

i wonder if anyone is actually going to buy this t-shirt.
I skibbled into Steve and Barry's (who I see have dropped "University Sportswear" from the chain's name) on Thursday on my way to work to check out dear SJP's new collection, Bitten. Like everybody, I was skeptical of whether it was actually going to be cute. I think in the wake of Sex and The City, we're having a hard time separating Carrie from Sarah Jessica. Carrie's style was created by Pat Fields. Sarah's style was created by I can only assume Sarah and possibly a stylist. Holy moly, it's actually cute. I'm going back. In a place with no H&M, my beloved source of cheap and interesting clothes, Bitten is a good thing. H&M is one of the top five things I look forward to most about my trip to Rochester next month (1. fam 2. knitters/wedding 3. various friends who don't knit 4. thali 5. H&M. Ta-da.) I feel bad about my lust for trendy made-over-seas clothes, but I don't know how you can assuage that guilt when you're on a tight budget. I like SJP's motives, which are (so she says and I want to believe her) growing up in a big family with no money. That's pretty noble. I'll toast to that. Any thoughts?

3 comments:

binet said...

we (your knitters) were just talking about steve and barry's all of 20 minutes ago. weird?

57 flowers down- a good start for sure.

rr said...

uuuummmmmmm ...

How many in a big family?

And, how little is "no" money?

Just askin' ...

The Dad

jenna said...

Yup. Kimmy Cashmere walked in and I was like, "I love your pants." And then later I was like, "No, I really love your pants, where did you get them?" And she told me all about SJP at S&B's. So my sister and I went there last night and unfortunately we did not get Bitten because nothing fit quite right, but we did fall a little more in love with SJP due to her propaganda video playing on the monitors.