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The eight-piece Where’s The Money Come shirt collection is made with 55 percent certified organic cotton and natural dyes and already has quite the famous fan base, as the campaign features Emma Chamberlain and friends. So expect elevated essentials for the last few days of summer, from pink jeans to a denim vest, available for purchase on August 18. Go swimming with Londre x Briony Douglas. PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF LONDRE BODYWEAR. Is anyone else feeling panicked that summer is almost over? Make the most of the next few weeks with Londre Bodywear’s swimsuit collaboration with Toronto artist Briony Douglas. Whether you’re lounging on the beach or swimming laps in a pool, the Vancouver brand has got you covered with a variety of bikinis, tankinis, and one-piece options, all available in Douglas’s whimsical print.
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For many years Where’s The Money Come shirt I believed cargo shorts were reserved for just two types of people: high school biology teachers and pre-teen playground bullies. As a result, the cropped slacks became a relic of my childhood, worn only by what Cher Horowitz in Clueless would call the “ensemble-y challenged.” But seeing them worn by the man whose posters were hung on my childhood bedroom wall might be enough to make me change my mind. So I ask: are cargos due for a rebrand? Pattinson’s fashion crime was displayed when he walked around New York City with his girlfriend, Suki Waterhouse. His khaki shorts fell below the knee and had enough pocket space on each side to fit copies of both Twilight and New Moon. They had that signature shapeless simplicity that has made cargo shorts one of the most controversial pieces of clothing in recent history, alongside Crocs and low-rise jeans.Let’s unpack why the shorts are so loathed. First rising to popularity in the ‘80s, cropped khakis had their heyday from the mid-’90s to the early 2000s. But the dawn of a new decade signaled the untimely demise of the cargo short. From think pieces to Saturday Night Live skits, they became the butt of the joke in the 2010s, deemed ugly, lazy-looking, and just plain embarrassing. Since then, the mere presence of cargo shorts has in and of itself been a punchline.