Recently I saw a gal in her thirties wearing jeans with carefully designed holes and rips along the legs and just under the seat. Her underwear was peeking through. It looked as though she had tangled with a bull.
I can’t believe that a person would buy “damaged” clothing--on purpose! One pair of ripped jeans was $75 on a department store sale rack. They were badly faded and stringy.
A few years ago certain jean manufacturers were buying back used jeans in any condition for as much as $40 a pair. I couldn't figure that one out.
In California I had enough problems with moths eating holes in some of our shirts. Too bad holey clothes weren’t a fashion trend at the time.
Tom has a favorite shirt that he wears almost constantly. There’s a large hole near the label. It's heart-shaped. Maybe it’ll catch on. He hates to go shopping…