elliot-wolf - June 19, 2018
If there’s any signifier that you’re a pretentious penny grabber, it would undoubtedly be making the transition from reality TV to milking money from fans with unnecessary merch. But wait, it gets better. Jojo Fletcher promised that none of the clothes she’s selling will go over the extremely low price of 150 U.S. dollars. Isn’t that great news? I’m willing to bet she buys whatever Forever 21 can’t sell, rips off and replaces the tag with Fletch, and charges just under $150 to fulfill her promise. Because women buy way too many clothes to worry about quality. And who doesn’t want to dress like a mess for $150 or less?
The line, inspired by Fletcher’s own closet, features skirts, dresses, jumpsuits, denim cutoffs, bodysuits and even some eveningwear, and is available in sizes XS-XXL.
“Having a clothing line has been something I’ve always wanted to do. It’s been a dream of mine for as long as I can remember but it wasn’t until a couple of years ago I seriously started exploring the fashion retail space,” Fletcher tells PeopleStyle, noting that she’s been working on the summer collection “for over a year now.”
This is just another woman believing she’s doing the world a favor once again. Somehow selling an eponymous clothing brand to an impulsive demographic counts as her contribution to society. She single-handedly saved the fashion industry by making “cute outfits” affordable again. But on the less cynical side of things, I’m grateful she’s selling size XXL for inclusive purposes. I was growing tired of purchasing my whale of a woman girlfriend outerwear that could easily be mistaken for a comforter set. Thank you Fletcher, I was beginning to think fashion was some sort of exclusive club only for the fit and in-shape.
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