Friday Fashion Fail: WTForever21?

26 Nov

Just in time for Black Friday, the Superbowl of shopping days, I came across this site via Jezebel. It’s a lovely visual amalgamation of all the things I love to hate about Forever 21 (though, admittedly, they sometimes have really cute items, many of which I profile on this very site) called WTForever21?. On the site, they round up the fugliest finds from Forever 21 along with a litle commentary that’s worthy of a lot of laughs. Imagine Friday Fashion Fail, but focused on one store. Good luck staying away from the worst items profiled as you shop today.

Here’s a preview:

Crushed poop

I love rock of the 90′s.

But I hate the fashion.


ESPECIALLY the horrific crushed velvet blouse trend.

This monstrosity turns an otherwise very pretty girl into someone you’d be disappointed to sit next to on a plane because you know all they would want to do was talk about their coven and “The Goddess.”

Price: $19.80

Forever 21, WTF?


– Retail DJ


2 Responses to “Friday Fashion Fail: WTForever21?”

  1. The Disappointing Pretty Girl June 9, 2012 at 4:56 am #

    Funny. I’m Wiccan, yet I despise that shirt and would never come within 10 feet of it, and just about every Wiccan I know would agree with that statement. It’s a hideous shirt, but has nothing to do with our religion. Great job being extremely prejudiced and failing at being witty, that was a good one.

    • retaildj June 9, 2012 at 8:12 am #

      hi there – you should address your concerns with the owner of the site WTForever21, as that was an excerpt from her blog and not the opinion expressed by me as the owner of Retail DJ.

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