Posts tagged "baja hoodie"

Adam Levine’s Kmart Fashion Line Includes An “Africa” T-Shirt, Jorts With Suspenders & (Sadly) No Baja Hoodies

Well, color me shocked and disappointed. Adam Levine has launched a women’s and men’s fashion line with Kmart and it is full of Coachella- and wallet-friendly items you can basically already purchase from stores like Forever 21 and the Mossimo section at Target. Well, except for that white model’s Africa shirt. That is an Adam…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 8, 2014

Channing Tatum. Holding A Baby. Wearing A Baja Hoodie.

Ovaries. Explode. Okay, maybe not yours, but MINE. So many wonderful things colliding. My second tier dream celebrity boyfriend. His adorable new baby daughter. My favorite hideous hippie beach coverup. I don’t even know what to say. [Instagram]…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / June 17, 2013

Adam Levine Rocks A High-End Drug Rug On Morning Television

The Frisky staff is firmly divided into two camps: those who think Baja hoodies are awesome and cool and cute (me) and those who think they are a disgusting abomination (everyone else). But even I cannot abide by the Baja-esque hoodie Adam Levine wore on “The Today Show” yesterday morning. At first I was tickled to…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / June 15, 2013

An Open Letter To Whoever Took The Baja Hoodie My Neighbor Left In A “Free” Box On The Sidewalk

Dear Whoever Took The Baja Hoodie My Neighbor Left In A “Free” Box On The Sidewalk,

When I saw that my neighbor had placed a Baja hoodie out on the sidewalk in a box marked “free,” along with a diverse collection of books, glassware, a compost bin, and what appeared to be a…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / August 23, 2012

Do Not Want: Stoner Style

The baja hoodie has long been a wardrobe staple for stoners, surfers and philosophy majors. I was lucky enough to meet a combination surfer/stoner/philosophy major in a creative writing workshop my freshman year of college. He was lauded around campus for his flowing beard, his free verse poetry about going to the zoo and not…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / May 30, 2011