Perhaps you’re in search of a new purse, some new shoes, a belt, a briefcase—whatever strikes you as an investment. You know leather is a good material, one that lasts. You go off into a store blindly and look solely for the buzzword “leather”.
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Is it a day for sporting fabulous black turtlenecks? No?
Well it should be. There should be a day for that.
Though most people would be quick to point out the difference between fur and hair, I hope you’ll forgive the title (I couldn’t resist a semi-relevant pun.)
Due to increased global awareness of textile worker’s conditions abroad in Thailand, China, and a collective of other developing nations, most Americans think the clothing that they purchase in the US is above such conditions.