trench

An internet friend of mine once sent me a gift card to AllSaints. This kind act resulted in weekly emails from them, which is handy as their clothing is shown on models and it is impossible to determine how AllSaints clothes look without a human form underneath them.
Anyway...today I got an email about new spring outwear, and I have concerns.

Double breasted Trench made from lightweight shower proof Italian double combination technical fabric, shorter length for evening, featuring an oversized front yoke detail and signature AllSaints branded horn buttons.

The Goodge St Trench is unlined and internally bound, with a self fabric back neck buggy and fully lined sleeves; the coat is paneled with a subtle twill woven memory taffeta and textured luster contrast.

I’m thinking lightweight shower proof Italian double combination technical fabric is a lot of words that add up to “water repellent.” Is the second mention of double a typo?
Goodge is not a good name for anything, and it’s internally bound? (Thinking about it now, I realize, of course a Goodge is internally bound.) No time to spend on that uncomfortable detail, as I must ponder the self fabric back neck buggy whilst I add subtle twill woven memory taffeta and textured luster contrast to the already complicated textile information.

And, after all that, one needs this expression to wear it.



Comments

Paola said…
Of course one does.
Anonymous said…
Lol. They're all Borat-y. Needlessly complicated sentences that make no sense.

jbhat
kmkat said…
Even The Google is not sure what a neck buggy is. I know that I have never heard of it.
AllSaints catalog needs a glossary.
margalit said…
Goodge St is the name of both a street and a Tube stop in London.

http://www.ukguide.org/best/story.php?title=Map_of_Goodge_Street_station_London-_Nearby_restaurants_hotels_and_attractions

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