Due to the clientele that I work with, I know for a fact that wearing this suit to work would either give birth to the rumor that I have personally decided to become the next lead for the marching band, or would oblige the “boss” to inform me that I’m no longer welcome in the building. As I’m trying to decide what environment said suit does spark positive interest in for both the sporter and the surrounding crowd, the only thing I can think of are the lyrics to “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band.”
With this said, I have an interesting relationship with this store. In my opinion, about 75 percent of the clothing is outlandish and 25 percent is interesting and, well, could look damn good. Unfortunately, this 25 percent interest tugs on a whole other chord of psyche in my overactive mind. I generally enter the store with an average confidence level. After several incidents occur that make me feel more and more like Chris Farely in a coat, I wind up leaving the store looking for the nearest garbage pail to crawl into.
Woah, easy does it. Maybe instead could I just walk out of the store and enter the new store next door called “Big ‘ole H&M?”
Lastly, I propose the idea to create a store for Europe called “N&M,” which is short and fashionable for “Naps & Meals.” It takes the American concept of how naps and meals reflect the clothes in which we wear. Featured articles of clothing include: Grey sweatshirts (With gigantic collar feature), cargo jeans (Early 90’s fade) and work boots (In which there is no need to lace at all, just slip em right on silly!) Let it all hang out Europe. Get hip the American way!