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In today’s world, making a style statement has become some sort of necessity; people have become so brand-conscious that if they fail to afford some good brands, the inferiority complex eats them like anything.
People spend truckloads of money on expensive designs and products, and sometimes these giant companies tend to take advantage of our insecurities.

In a recent case, the renowned fashion brand Gucci has come up with shoes that allegedly reflect your everyday life and this reflection will cost you nothing but 600 POUNDS! I know it is indeed a W HAT THE FUCK moment!
The shoes have been named ‘Screener leather sneakers’ and the company describes their ‘revolutionary’ product as: “Influenced by classic trainers from the '70s, the Screener sneakers—named for the defensive sports move—feature the Web stripe on the side and vintage Gucci logo, treated for an allover distressed effect.”

I mean, someone just call up Gucci and tell them that this is not how our everyday life looks like, sure, its murky and confusing but it is beautiful, unlike your shoes. *sigh*
Honestly, these shoes look like a product which was born when mud had sex with poor marketing ideas. Gucci, it is ok to think out of the box but it is a sin to think out of LOGICAL REASONING.

I definitely want to meet that one in a million moron who’d exhaust his/her money on this ‘branded’ shit.
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- Shivam
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