Posts Tagged ‘tank top’
Wednesday, August 24th, 2011
If there’s one thing we’re tired of (and wouldn’t it be nice if it were just one?) it’s the uppity know-it-all types telling us “Summer is over” and “you can’t wear that” or “it’s too cold for that”. Puh-lease.
Everyone knows in today’s world of fashion you can wear whatever you like, whenever you like without fear of judgment or retribution. One need only scour the entertainment magazines or a SoHo street corner to determine that yes, beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder.
Now, in the interest of full disclosure this post is partly due the the fact that F&F is pursuing “warmer climates” such as the West Coast and the Southern states. It’s an unfortunate (or fortunate if you live there) fact of reality that you can wear a tank top or t-shirt late into the year if you live in Southern California. At a time when East-coasters are layering shearling and flannel, Fresno Beach females are still rocking the light layers.
Still, you needn’t be fully depressed. We still have at least a couple of weeks of warm weather headed our way, after which our newest product will still look great; under a parka.
Tuesday, July 12th, 2011
There was at one time in our culture a rather popular assumption regarding mens fashion; there is a direct (inverse) correlation between a gentlemans IQ and the amount of upper arm skin shown. Unless one was on the way to the beach, or the gym, or was a professional athlete, the upper bicep and deltoid (that’s the “shoulder” for you anatomy novices), a little should be left to the imagination.
Well well, how it seems the tides have turned, and for the better we might add. No, these are not your “property of Duke athletics” or “insert-your-favorite-pro-athlete” replica jerseys we’re talking about; these are bona fide fashion statements. Tastefully designed, fashionably cut (read; they don’t go down to your knees) and soft as heck, we’d suggest adding one to your wardrobe. Coming soon from F&F.
In the meantime, tell us what you think; do you like?