Have you not yet gotten your vaccine?
Is it because you worry what you’ll wear?
If you’ve been humongously hampered, I have enormous news.
As reported by the New York Post, if a killer outfit’s what you need to fight the killer virus, here’s how to get dead sexy.
Revolve.com is offering fantastic fashions so you can look like a big shot while you get the big shot.
And you won’t need to fiddle with your fabric to find a perfect place for the prick.
As talk of medical passports permeates the pandemic, Revolve’s making certain you won’t have to get mussed into a mess in order to get validated by the vaccine.
The online retailer’s serving up just what the doctor ordered: “vaccine-ready” off-the-shoulder shirts.
One click onto “Clothing” takes you “Tops,” then beneath “Trending Now,” you’ll find the following:
Per the Post, that last little item leads to lots:
[T]he tagline “Vaccine Ready”…presents 100 different styles of shoulder-baring blouses — from frilly peasant tops to body-baring bralettes — ensuring your arm is ready to receive a jab without so much as rolling up a sleeve.
I should’ve already made that clear: Sorry, tough guys — you’re limited to women’s wear.
But, hey — it worked for Harry Styles. And note his last name.
remember a few months ago when harry styles broke the internet simply for wearing a dress pic.twitter.com/0gMF4JcI09
— ivy ♡ (@pinkskissy) January 29, 2021
"Am I sprinkling in nuggets of sexual ambiguity to try and be more interesting? No. In terms of how I wanna dress, I want things to look a certain way. Not because it makes me look gay, or it makes me look straight, but because I think it looks cool." – Harry Styles pic.twitter.com/WYQQZ2JMYj
— Eric Alper 🎧 (@ThatEricAlper) January 13, 2021
The site’s coronavirus coolness even includes a cute little quote to caw as you’re starting to get stuck: “Shoulders out for the vaccine.”
And as for the brands available to help you stay well?
Well, they’re sick:
Trendy brands featured on the page include Alice + Olivia, Free People and Norma Kamali.
As noted by the Post, the COVID-friendly category caught on in May via TikTok user @danni____cole.
For her giggly video, she captioned thusly:
“Excuse me as I get my $250 vaccine shirt next-day. #greenscreen #fyp #revolve #shop #vaccine”
I guess I should’ve mentioned that as well — the tops are a bit top-heavy at as much as $300.
That’s a lot of bones to preserve yours while looking lovely. But to Danni, at least, it’s worth it.
The girl’s endorsement really got things goin’:
The video had garnered hundreds of thousands of views on TikTok before being picked up by the @Betches Instagram account, a popular women-led media company.
Okay, call the response mixed:
More than 1,300 comments on the post suggested followers were both delighted and dismayed by the fashion brand’s move to capitalize on vaccine-readiness.
“This is actually the most moronic thing I’ve ever seen @revolve,” derided one follower.
You can’t please everyone. But you can get injected while looking luxurious.
In the fight against the illness of fashion fails, if you’re in the market for a vaccine-friendly victory, your win is imminent.
Just like your improved immunity.
Revolve’s got you covered — but only in the places you need to be.
Feast your eyes on the fabulous food of pharmaceutical-friendly fads:
— Amaranta (@ajlajkitBre) March 30, 2021
Hopefully, the CDC will get on board with the haute hotness and cook up a new campaign.
Dr. Fauci would rule the runway in one of those.
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