The year was 1620…I’m kidding. It was 2017, but somewhere on the worldwide web, somebody seemed to have forgotten that, because they decided to sell an actual pilgrim dress, and charge $450 for it.
The Sequoia dress from Creatures of Comfort is not only for the richest and tallest of gals, but also for the kind of gals who masturbate to Pride and Prejudice and have an “I am no bird; and no net ensnares me,” tattoo somewhere on their forearm.
bless everyone who is pretty enough, skinny enough, and rich enough to wear this dress pic.twitter.com/7XFmL0G8bf
— Doree Shafrir (@doree) August 1, 2017
Then again, there are probably at least three thousand girls walking around Bushwick proudly donning their very own thrift store versions of this dress right now.
But the rest of the world is angry about it
Adding this to my Amazon Amishlist.
— Toby Herman (@tobyherman27) August 1, 2017
serving these Typhoid Mary LOOKS https://t.co/B10wDwBPDL
— im baby jeff (@shamikaofficial) August 3, 2017
the sister wives and I all decided to go with turd brown. the color matches our sadness.
— Amy Brady (@ingredient_x) August 1, 2017
That's a dress I could go out with my girls in…and immediately start accusing the elderly in town of witchcraft.
— Alana Massey (@AlanaMassey) August 1, 2017
They legit got like 14 of these in different colors at every thrift store in America for like $7 https://t.co/SxvmmYmV5z
— #BigBlue4President (@azher_spitsfire) August 3, 2017
cold shoulders are really the only thing this garment is missing
— Emily Gould (@EmilyGould) August 1, 2017
Although this person is probably right
are we gonna pretend adele wouldn't buy this? https://t.co/YGGFHucwwH
— X. (@riverwig) August 3, 2017
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