Please, Stop.

So, I was out with my friend Becca yesterday and we decided to pop into Forever 21. While we were in there I noticed this unholy thing.
Okay, I did almost buy it for dance class (but went with my better judgement on that one). I'm just so confused. Why would anyone make that? And sell it for $13.80. This looks like something that guy on the old CSI episode would wear. You know, the millionare who dressed up as a baby and would wear a diaper and then his "nurse" pushed him over his balcony. Clothing that brings up visuals like that should not be sold at the mall. Seriously.
But I guess I should have seen it coming, Urban Outfitters was selling stir-up pants in the fall.


Blogger SARAHxx3 said...

looks like an old lady bathing suit?
haha, i love your blog.
keep up the good work.

7:18 PM  
Anonymous srose said...

so is it like a leotard?!? haha doesnt look very stretchy

9:30 PM  
Anonymous Alex said...

You're the fashion lady. XD

So what would you wear it with if you had to? XD

9:42 PM  
Anonymous eva said...

they have tons of these at american apperal. im kinda confused with them too. but they paired it with a knee length skirt worn close under the bust and a wrap around belt, which looked pretty f-ing cute.

11:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

*stirrup* is how you spell it i believe. either way, they're ugly pants. along with that odd shirt.

ps- i still love your blog.

12:37 PM  
Blogger Rin said...

Its because the dancer look is "in". I'd love it for dance, but I don't like the fact that it reminds me of the onezie my baby cousin wears.

3:29 PM  
Blogger Isabel said...

It looks so uncomfortable, at least it has polka dots on it...By the way, that scenario totally reminds me of the CSI episode where a housewife is really hot for clowns, so she or her husband kill the clown and keep the costume for sexual purposes!

4:04 PM  
Blogger ThePatchworkCupcake said...

Hahaha.. I saw one of those at a thrift shop from GAP and it was so funny looking... I laughed my head off.
Question: How do I wear really long jeans without cuffing them or making them look super TACKY???
Love your blog!

6:29 PM  
Blogger Kerri said...

i know that csi episode you're talking about. that was scary as hell. i cna't look at that garmet the same way again, now, thanks! haha.

9:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hmm reminds me of something a baby would wear....but leith have you heard that the 80's is coming back in!!? omg! run for cover...that has to be the worst fashion decade ever...

11:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

okay, so i go to a girls site everyday to look at all of the cool clothes that she always has on in her pictures.. and anyways, yesterday, right after i went to your blog, i went to hers and that onesie was there!!! she had actually bought something that god awful. i don't know if i will be returning to her site any time soon. hah

2:46 PM  
Anonymous rebekah said...

oh... wow.
this one perplexes me.
what would you wear with that?? i mean, assuming that one would not go out in public in simply a onesie. yikes.

and this reminds me of a onesie my 8-month-old nephew has. i think it's the same pattern and everything.

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

in case you havent noticed.
the 80s are in.

skinny jeans
dance wear

9:40 PM  
Blogger lovely m said...

yeah, no me gusta

9:49 PM  
Blogger Leith said...

The 80's have been "coming back" for about two years, and that's still no excuse for selling something that ugly.

10:10 PM  
Blogger Isabel said...

Hey Leith, did you read Danielle of Final Fashion's uber-sweet blog entry about us?

8:47 AM  
Anonymous Lauren said...

onesies are a definite "no" for the over 18 month set. Let this be known.

12:39 PM  
Anonymous Alex said...

"The 80s are like herpes- they just keep comming back."

I heard that on I Love the 80s.
It's quite true, yes.

6:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow. this is a uh... fashion statement. Anyway... luv your blog.

8:00 PM  
Anonymous LYNDSEY said...

AHAH i used to wear those!!
when i was like 4...5,6,7,8.

But I mean, it was the mid-90's, and way-prepubescent. so it was cool. but anyone now wearing that; yeah, should probably be punched.

11:03 PM  

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