Thursday, August 6, 2009

Pretty Much Sophie's Choice.

As you may or may not know, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, and Avril Lavigne each have their own clothing lines now.  The clothes reflect each of the young women's distinct, unique personalities.  In fact, they're so different, I thought you might need a little help navigating which is best for you. 

Now, it's very important that you decide which you value more before you rush out to Walmart: true love (Taylor Swift) or love, faith, and hope (Miley Cyrus).  Keep in mind that Taylor's idea of true love may include a double suicide, Shakespeare style.  If you still can't decide, try to factor in your feelings about butterflies and doves.

I know, I know, you were disappointed when the whole girls-wearing-ties trend went out with all of Avril Lavigne's hits that had numbers in the titles.  Well, the trend is back, and it brought zebra print with it.  If you can't decide between these two, y'know, because they're sooo different, consider the fact that Avril's (right) costs four times as much as Miley's (left).

I don't know about you, but I can barely get through the day without thinking, "My pants just aren't bright enough!"  Well, my problems have been solved.  Taylor offers a lovely peach option, great for work, brunch, and the circus.  Avril, on the other hand, has delivered a hot pink option, perfect for the club, drinks with the girls, and Halloween.  (In the interest of full disclosure, I actually REALLY like the peach pants.)

Now, it's very important that you make the right decision between these two (left, Miley; right, Avril).  It all depends on whether you're a summer or a winter and whether you're a two-button person or a four-button person.  It is crucial that you make the right decision.  I personally will only purchase either of these if they turn out to be culottes.

Alright, I wish you the best of luck making these difficult decisions.  Miley and Taylor's are at Walmart, and Avril's is at Kohl's (and is considerably more expensive).  And I'll be at home, wishing I had enough cash for those peach pants.

1 comment:

  1. Actually, contrary to the opinion of the writer of this blog entry, I think the clothing lines kind of look the same. In two cases from your examples, the only difference between two pieces of clothing is the color! I don't know how you didn't see that.