New dress from American Apparel from Brian. I'm not home to check the receipt, but I believe it was about $30. Good price. Thank you boyfriend!
Today I'm at Brian's house after work to 1) visit with my sweetie, 2) go jogging with my sweetie, and 3) watch the new Glee with my sweetie because I don't have a TV, and it's been over a month since a new Glee!
So, in a mad rush this morning, I grabbed my work out clothes, then proceeded to drop my exercise pants on the rainy ground, while rain drops fell in my coffee. Suspicious water drops in LA. Needless to say, I forgot to bring a clean change of clothes for post-jog. Any normal girl would just borrow her boyfriend's clothes, right? First, though, I had to ask, "Do you have anything Made in USA?". All we deduced were some Fruit of the Loom socks he has from Target. I thought surely he must have at least one shirt. Even before I was into Made in USA, I had unknowingly bought a few American made items. In the end, he remembered that my mom had given him an American Apparel Montana shirt for Christmas, so paired with the tights I wore today, and his socks, the clothing crisis will be averted. Phew.
I'd say, though, any American closet should not be so starved of American made products. Maybe one day!
*This post is approved by Brian.
Hello! I'm a 30 year old gal with a liking for doing year long projects. I've done a year without any form of chocolate, a year without coffee shops, and 5 years without gum (and I LOVE chocolate, coffee shops, and gum)! A year wearing only American Made should be the hardest yet, though*.