don’t get it twisted

so i haven’t really been on the shopping and the “know” about all the clothes that specific companies and designers are carrying. so this weekend i went to union square for some shopping with my mom for mother’s day. i stopped at longchamp and technically  impulse purchased the jeremy scott x longchamp bones piliage bag. i actually have been wanting it for the past two years, so that’s why it isn’t really impulse bought, but at the same time i should have waited a couple weeks to buy it when my funds were a lil better but –oh well!

so ANYWAYS, i went to a few other stores and people kept asking me if i was wearing this jacket from zara. i wouldn’t care ordinarily, and im not trying to be a snob about it, but the jacket i was wearing was a veda jacket i bought last year. i have put on here before how the man repeller coincidentally has the same jacket as me too, it honestly doesn’t matter. but the fact every time lately i have been wearing this jacket and people think its the zara one gets annoying. i had no idea what the jacket looked like, i assumed it was just a random jacket with leather sleeves, but then i go my morning email from r29 and this girl is we wearing it. and wouldn’t you know it does look like my jacket!! ughh…too bad this jacket is knocking off mine, and people don’t know that. OH WELL. this post might sound snobby, but it really isn’t. i mean, my jacket was super expensive but i got it super cheap, and it’s just the fact that whenever u have the original of something and someone else makes a knock off version and people have no clue that there was an original that get’s annoying. this is the case for really anything. even bands experience this. but yeah whatever. i think the zara one is cheezy with the buttons and such. and my jacket is way thicker and warmer anyways.

and why can’t i stop listening to this song on repeat. so random. i listened to it 12 times on repeat before i went to bed last night.. i have issues, for real…

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