This new all-black clothing brand is perfect for girls who ‘only wear black’
Why would you give them this?
You know exactly the kind of girl. She loathes all things universally adored, pretends to absolutely detest rosé and thinks Taylor Swift is the biggest threat to the musical-cultural lexicon since Jamie Lynn Spears.
But she also has Something Borrowed and Picture Perfect on her "recently watched" list on Netflix, and last time she was on a date she had to pretend it was someone else's earbuds blasting Selena Gomez's "We Don't Talk Anymore," not hers.
The only thing that makes her different from literally any other girl on this planet? She does it all in black.
The brand, North, is in Copenhagen now, but will be coming to the states soon. And until then, they offer worldwide shipping, so if you know you're the kind of girl who only wears black, you don't have to worry about finding a new job and moving just yet.
Although, we certainly wouldn't put it past you.
The best part is, the brand sells everything from evening attire, to swimwear to accessories, so next time your mom says, "Couldn't you have gotten it in a lighter color?" You can truly, honestly, say "No" for once.
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