Redundant shirt is redundant

20 Sep

Every woman wants to dress like a fourteen year old. DIY tribal shorts, flip flips, hair down to shins…

Wait, wait, wait. Let me correct myself–every woman on Pinterest seems to want to dress like a 14 year-old. At least, that’s the impression one might get while browsing fashion pins that scream “I just hit puberty!”

A crop top definitely says youth. Just in case you wanted to really, really emphasize your jejuneness (yes, that’s a word), you could try this:

Pin of a shirt that says young with an infinity loop stretched across the chest.

This shirt doesn’t just say, “I’m young.”It has a bolder statement on infinite youth, especially when worn by women.

Let’s imagine it on, shall we?

Nothing says “I’m young and perky,” not-very-sly wink, like this tank.

Most women will tell you, however, that the “forever” label is a bit of a misnomer. I wouldn’t keep this shirt longer than five years, or until you feel that the “jail bait” approach to seduction goes from a just a little sad to absolutely pitiable. Which is, in my world, all the time.

Somewhat offensive native-inspired headdress pictured with the shirt is not included, but a must for Burning Man.

2 Responses to “Redundant shirt is redundant”

  1. Tammy October 29, 2012 at 6:24 pm #

    Ummm, I am pretty sure at my age, that shirt would qualify as “topless” top for me, if you know what I mean…

  2. Jasi February 23, 2013 at 9:59 pm #

    i think it’s saying ‘if your boobs are still in the infinity loops, you are in fact, still young’. idk. it’s a ridiculous shirt that my parents would never let me wear when i was a youth, way, oh, way back. the kind of shirt that once i had the freedom to wear what i wanted, i’d say, “god that’s terrible”. win for my folks!

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