Jeans keep getting skinnier, am I right? But still, sometimes they’re just not skinny enough. American Eagle Outfitters has taken that a step further with their new Skinny Skinny Jeans — denim so skintight that it’s spray on. The Skinny Skinny Jeans have their own video (vaguely NSFW) and product page, which features a choice of two unisex signature colors — Indigo and Bright Light — but sadly, when you try and add the $49.95 “jeans” to your cart, the site alerts you that they’re sold out. I guess if this rather brilliant marketing campaign manages to draw you to the AE site, you’ll maybe stick around to purchase one of their other styles of denim which, sadly, are only as skinny as actual fabric will allow. [American Eagle Outfitters via College Candy]
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I love a corset, personally. But when is a corset top not really a corset and actually just a bra? That’s a delicate question the folks over at Aerie should be asking themselves, since they’ve launched a line of “Concert Bras,” which they say are made to be worn under clothes or, you know, on their own.
Each of the 20 or so bras comes with the exact same descriptor: “Made to be seen. Made to dance. Layer under a tank or wear it on its own…” Looking at the three bras featured on the “Concert Bra” section of the site, I could see reasonably wearing the two on the right without a top over them. But the one on the left? It seems a tad revealing to be worn out in public to a non-beach-going area. But okay, let’s say you’re comfortable in that bra, would you wear one of the following, sans shirt, outside of your house?
Ever since Amelia debuted this seriously fabulous summer dress, I’ve had a renewed respect for American Eagle Outfitters. Turns out they’re not just a casual store for teens–they’ve got some gorgeous pieces for all ages, and the laid back, beachy aesthetic is so perfect for spring and summer. Click through for our top 10 pieces from American Eagle, all for less than $50 (and many for less than $20!)…
We’re not too grown to admit that we look to American Eagle Outfitters and Aerie for trendy and classic pieces. With a little adult tweak here and there, AE clothes can totally fit in with our more adult clothes. What’s even better is that Aerie and AE are marketed to teens and college students, so items are moderately priced, which is a win for us too. See the best of AE and Aerie’s fall offerings after the jump. Keep reading »