Favorite Finds: 1,002 reasons to adore cheap tees and copycat knitting!
I covet this amazing “See No Evil Owl” tshirt from one of my favorite cheap clothiers, Forever21. The tee, a whopping $10.90, is so delicious, and might you snub your nose at a clothier such as this, but I will say that their cotton is uber-soft and their kitsch designs reasonably priced. I’m sorry, but on a student-librarian budget and the economy in the shitter, we, too, can embrace such fancies as $10 tees.
And while I absolutely hate those shops that put random band tees in their collection to putrify a generation of tweens who have no idea about the music of New Order, or Depeche Mode, I have to say that this Fact 50 tee is so yummy I desire it muchly. Is it wrong of me to embrace one such tee and spill vitriol on a whole host of others?
What’s more, their knitwear items have given me inspiration. Their pointelle pom beanie is absolutely gush-worthy and while I’ve never figured out how to wear one of these and look like I can pull it off, this has me desiring to knit one up in copycat fashion and try, as hard as I can, to work it in coldy weather.
File Under: Expect a new series of Favorite Finds, because who doesn’t adore staring and drooling over the things they covet, covet, covet.