We Found Love In a Hopeless Fug


The other day, someone on Twitter –Fug National @seminole94 — told us that they thought the Rihanna song was called, “We Found Love In a Hostess Cake,” and that is what it shall be for me, evermore. THAT is a song I want to hear. Weird Al, consider the gauntlet thrown.

Bonus points for this admittedly surely very comfortable outfit: you can eat several Hostess cakes in it and NO ONE WILL KNOW.

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  1. Peter
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    That’d be my boy Robert, @seminole94.

  2. Dazie
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    At least nothing’s hanging out??

  3. Stefanie
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    Who the hell makes the shit shes been wearing lately? Cause this is straight out of my husband’s work locker. I’m going to have to be sure to let him know “Coal Miner Coveralls” are the newest thing in fashion.

  4. Jasmine
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    Good god damn that looks so comfy– for watching Parks&Rec at home, or a pajama party. Not for like… being in public.

  5. flitzy
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    Oh come on Jessica, it has a silver heart attached to a doohickey on the belt loop. :)

    Seriously though, for some strange reason, I don’t hate this. It’s not like she’s at a posh gala event or something. She looks cute and it isn’t overly complicated or exposing sh*t. It’s street, but a new take on it.

    • The Fugger
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      It’s not new if Dru Hill and Missy Elliott wore it first.

      Also, the ’90′s are now vintage. When did THIS happen?

      • flitzy
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        @The Fugger

        True.
        Everything is retro, wait til it’s all the 2000′s.

  6. La Fifie
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    Girlfriend’s boots are too new and unscuffed to be credible!

  7. Pink Coat
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    I always thought she was saying ‘We found love in a HOMELESS place’. ….And after seeing this outfit, it fits! badum bum! :)

  8. theotherjennifer
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    I kind of like that necklace. Although girlfriend’s hair is right smack dab in Morticia Adams-ville. Reminds me I need an oil change.

  9. laziza
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    Oh dear God, save me from myself. WHY do I feel like she’s actually kind of working this?

    • Willow
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      We’re in the same boat, every part of it should be Fug, but I am genuinely not hating this on her, on anyone else they would basically look like my mechanic.

    • Kara
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      I’m with you. I mean, clearly it’s awful and I have made my feelings on jumpsuits very clear, but the Timbs make it look like she’s actually going to work as a mechanic. And since this is essentially a mechanic’s uniform, it … kind of works?

      I DO envy the hell out of her red lipstick; if someone could find out what it is, I would run out and buy it this second. We’re similar complexions and I’ve been looking for the right red lipstick for the longest.

  10. gryt
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    I would totally wear that, if it looked as good on me. Hey, maybe it does?

    • Katharine
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      And this… is how people move to the Dark Side.

      I am thinking the same thing myself… but I KNOW it wouldn’t. Because I already lived through the 90s, and I already owned and wore these.

  11. Lina
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    This is one of the things in her Armani microcollection that she supposedly designed herself, or else paid someone else to let her claim their work as her own. I guess it comes with a built in air conditioner, since it’s approx 9 million degrees Fahrenheit outside?

  12. Diana
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    I think she’s actually working the outfit but that is the worst hair she’s ever put on her head. It’s not just the length, but the quality. To paraphrase Dionne, I’d like Rihanna to explain how this cheap K-Mart hair extension got onto the back of her head.

    • Meri
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      Agreed! I’m terrible at spotting extentions, but that… stuff looks like it was photoshopped into the picture. Badly photoshopped at that.

    • Kara
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      +1 for Clueless reference. “I do NOT wear polyester hair, okay? Unlike SOME people I know, like Shawanna!”

  13. AMS
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    Gah! Where do you even buy one of those? If it doesn’t already exist, someone should start a museum devoted to horrible things made of denim and put this right up on the wall between those denim shirts everyone wore in the late 80s and early 90s and high-waisted acid-wash jeans (I’m looking at you, Miley Cyrus).

  14. vandalfan
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    She’d fit right in with Spears and Timberlake’s Cowboy Tuxedo photo.

  15. Liz
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    I also don’t hate it. I think I’ve been beaten into submission by her aggressive almost-nudity, such that anything that isn’t in danger of exposing her bits or reeking of sideboob is now somehow acceptable.

    • Art Eclectic
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      I was just going to say the same thing. It may be ugly, but at least she put it all away for a change.

  16. AnnieC
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    I thought she was singing “We Found Love in an Office Space” and I had to ask my 10 year old DD for clarification. I was confused – how did the lyrics tie in with many pieces of flair?

  17. LindenLovesFashion
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    Hot. Mess. Per. Usual.

  18. The Fugger
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    1) At least this qualifies as clothes.
    2) You’re right, this is comfortable. And in fact, it’s what I’m wearing right now. Including the spiked baseball cap.

  19. Shiitake
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    Ri’s dressing like Timbaland, circa 1998.

  20. Isabella
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    “Hostess Cake” has officially made my day. I will now sing those words every time.

  21. Sajorina
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    I thought it was “We Fell In Love In A Hopeless Place”, but I wasn’t that far away from the actual lyrics! Anyway, the outfit… FUG! But, I actually love her makeup, manicure & fabulous jewelry! WANT! Btw, I think the hair might come with the cap!

  22. Rubee
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    You know, I think a rolled up leg version might actually work with flats, a nice belt and a normal hair.

  23. lefty
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    My favorite take on the lyrics is “We found Dove in a soapless place.” :)