You know what, Piper & Blue, your Geo Print top is kind of cute, and it’s only $16.99, but as a compulsive planner and a careful decision-maker, I cannot in good conscience support a label that discourages test-driving before you buy. It seems imprudent. And I have a handful of happily committed friends who might be a bit offended at your implication that they are not truly in love.
Mysteriously, Kmart’s website lists the product as “Piper & Blue Junior’s Crop Pant with Graphics,” and the “graphics” aren’t quite readable until you click for a larger image. So if you’re in the market for a pair of (loose-fitting, drawstring) chastity sweatpants, note that you may have to do some website sleuthing to find them.
What do you think about these sweats? Am I being too cynical about a healthy message?