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September 21, 2020


Would you buy $1,400 overalls — with fake grass stains?

(Thanks to klezmerphan)


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Coming soon to the Fall clothing line at Goop.com!

𝅘𝅥𝅮 Gre-ee-een Acres is the place for me
Farm livin' is the life for me
Land spreadin' out so far and wide
Keep Manhattan, just give me that countryside

I'm sure the Kardashians are upset they didn't think of this first.

That right there is what you call your cultural appropriation.

Grandpa wore the "Key" brand overalls, and made his own stains. Sometimes the stains were from the "Key" brand chewing tobacco he used. I wish I could hear what he'd have to say about these.

My dad would say, "I used to wear those plowing the field."

Somebody needs to inform Gucci that "grunge" died 26 years ago. And yes, I was murdered.

4 sale, authentic Kansas denim overalls, carefully distressed by authentic Kansas farmers. Don't settle for pale imitations, buy the real thing! Only $400 each, you save $1000!

Are they for gardening/farming hence the stains ? Seems a bit pricy.

Stephen King's Lawnmower Man would qualify for a big discount.

Just a FYI for the ladies, if you are wearing these garments and need to use the toilet be very aware of where the straps go. Or you will end up with wet shoulders. Or so a friend told me.

...or just go with the pair that has the trap door already installed?

OK, Is this a harbinger of the collapse of civilization, or capitalism at its finest?

You’re allowed to embrace the unifying power of ‘and’.

Genuine sweat stains are $500 extra.

Let's see -- overalls $20, Gucci label $1380. And, the most authentic green stains are from grass processed through a nervous bovine.

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