Dropping spare change at TJ Maxx, is something I do with regularity. Sometimes they have a plethora of fashion goods unworthy of the mainstream retailers (they still exist, barely).
Oh, I can spend many clock ticks perusing the newest, the clearance racks and the shoes.
However, the section they donned, The Runway, has always been a little cut above the random racks. It has always held the quirky, the gorgeous, the things the rich-types have passed over, but they are still designer labeled, and ready to help one make a fashion statement (some times it works, some times it is an epic fail...but still fun).
Imagine my shock and dismay when my rain-soaked self (yes, it is still the rainy season, and I got rained on) stopped in my tracks when spying this garment which defies description or definition.
WHAT is that horrid garment meant to represent?
WHO would spend cold cash to own it?
TJ Maxx, your The Runway section has some serious explaining to do. No, it's too late, I will never think of you in the same way.
Sometimes you have an item and it just doesn’t fit into any particular space. What to do? Time to start a Junk Drawer, right?