Dear Betsey Johnson,
After summers of coveting your suits in Nordstrom, I finally broke down and plunked down the copious amounts of hard, cold cash you require for ownership of your swimwear.
Worth. Every. Penny. I may not actually look like a pin up girl in my suit, but I am comfortable in it and do indeed feel glamorous. I bought the red one piece with a bow on top and ruffles on the bottom. Modest but flirty. Cute but still sophisticated. Since I know it is a sample and I haven't seen this particular suit in any store, I am fairly certain you designed it with me in mind. Thanks for that, Betsey. It fits perfectly. I already have my eye on another of your suits and will be looking for it to go on sale.
This morning I took a moment to read the care label inside my suit. I have spent some time at the pool in the past week, and I want to make sure I am properly caring for my investment. No Bleach--makes perfect sense. Do Not Iron. I'm not much of an ironer, so no worries on that one, Betsey. Hand wash in cold water. Okay, I can handle that. However, I'm a little perplexed at this final little piece of instruction:
LINE DRY IN SHADE
Is my new suit afraid of the sun?
Really, Betsey? Really?