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El-No: Pleats Please! A January PSA

It is freaking cold outside. Brrrrrrr. 

My first train ride of 2013 and I run smack into a outwear travesty (not to mention a major pet peeve). Seriously people! Is it so hard to just get a pair of scissors and snip the thread that holds the pleat closed?!

That stitch is just there to keep the pleat flat while in a retail store. Keeping the pleat closed ruins the line of the coat when you wear it. Notice how this closed vent make the coat pull across her bum? She is a lovely girl with a lovely cream colored wool coat. 

Make it stop. 

As I disembarked from the Blue line, I mentioned to Miss El-No that her coat vent was still closed. She looked at me like I had six heads. Whatever girlfriend, you're the one wearing Ugg slippers on the train. 



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Reader Comments (2)

Seriously Anne one of my biggest pet peeves! I always want to run up to people and rip it open!

Monday, January 14, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKatja

Yes, my pet peeve too. Also people who leave the tag on their sleeve, the one that is also meant to be cut off

Monday, January 14, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSusan

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