Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Fail: 'Velvet Jacket' at Black Swan

If a garment can only be described as boxy, shapeless and full-length, it is generally safe to declare the thing to be made of fail. A garment, and specifically a jacket, can usually only take one of the aforementioned adjectives in order to work. I may also have mentioned every now and then how difficult it is to use velvet properly and so that it does not lose its form.

The disastrously bad photo does absolutely no good for the jacket, either. The buttons in the front may or may not be wonky in real life, but here it certainly looks as if they were. People who decide to sell their manufactured goods via Internet need quality photographs of the products if they ever intend to sell anything.

(Found here.)

1 comment:

  1. Hmm, it looks like a rather awful nightgown.