Juicy Couture Prints 'Manufactured in Glamorous USA' on Clothing, Forgets to Remove 'Made in Vietnam' Tags

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Last we heard from them, Juicy Couture was laughing all the way to the bank as we all paraded around in matching velour tracksuits uniforms of 2002. However, I wasn't mad at them then because those tracksuits are comfortable as hell.


But today, something really does stink at JC HQ, where t-shirts silkscreened with "Manufactured in the Glamorous USA" have tags that read "Made in Vietnam".


What's up, Juicy C? Is this a misprint? Or are you deliberately deceiving legions of women who want to wear workout clothes while not working out?

True (kinda related) story: I once wandered into a Juicy Couture store to escape the cold while waiting for a friend (OK FINE I WAS BUYING A TRACKSUIT) and while perusing their candy-colored wears, I decided to help myself to a gumball from a giant jar of delicious-looking gumballs. Right after I popped it in my mouth, a young gentleman employee told me they coat the damn things in hairspray to keep them bright and attractive. SO BASICALLY, what I'm asking is — is this another one of your lies, Juicy Couture?!

They're fairly responsive on Twitter, so uh, your move, JC?

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I'm always surprised to learn that people still wear Juicy. It's so ugly and gaudy. Oh, and cheap. Almost as horrific as Betsy Johnson.