Jeez Louise! Are people going to buy these? Based on my brand and trend knowledge, I'm going to guess no.
Truly, each of these t-shirts is uglier than the next. I guess people aren't interested in the tight tee, everyone wants it big and sloppy and covered with a hideous "native" or the same slogan that was on your lime green baby tee from 2004.
I know I've criticized the ugliness of this shirt before, but I also haven't updated this blog in a long time. What about this isn't ugly, I ask?
This is the kind of pouchy overall front I've been dreaming Urban would renew for their Urban Renewal line. Coincidentally, urban renewal is the name used to wipe out old, "blighted" neighborhoods and replace them with horrible modern government-issued buildings and kick out all the low-income people who previously lived there. Kind of like how Urban Outfitters is a huge monolithic company whose designs mimic those of secondhand clothes and has taken over a huge market of youth who think they are being edgy.
This look is soooo pretty. I would definitely wear this skirt with the tie-dyed tee, but I'd throw in those chunky slingback oxfords from the top of this post, too.
BTW, there are other reasons not to shop at Urban Outiftters besides the staggering ugliness and mass production of their cheaply made clothes; they steal designs from small artists and the CEO is a conservative Rebublican who contributes to gay-hater/right-wing senator Rick Santorum.