Dear CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch:
My name is Ashley, I’m 17, and I no longer fit into the jean shorts at Hollister. I saw your article on how you don’t sell to plus-size women because you don’t think they are “cool” or “pretty” enough to wear them, and you want the typical, All-American popular kid walking around advertising your company.
I am not, by any means, the “All-American girl’ I wear heavy eyeliner, I’m pale, and by your definition I’m fat. But, as you can see, I’m wearing all Hollister/Abercrombie. Why? Because I realized that your worst nightmare obviously isn’t your company going out of business. Your worst nightmare is fat, unattractive people walking around advertising your company and making it less attractive. I am your worst nightmare.
I am not going to stop wearing Abercrombie, because the stats are against you, and I’m not going to stop wearing a brand just because you think I shouldn’t.
thats so good.