Lauren Conrad is putting her clothing line on hiatus and blames the economy, according to Page Six:
Some showrooms got a message from her camp saying, “In light of the economic climate, Lauren has decided to completely rethink her line.” As a result, shipment of the last spring and summer delivery has been canceled, the memo said. Page Six previously reported that the line wasn’t moving in stores like Kitson and Bloomingdale’s.
Of course, instead of blaming the economy, maybe Lauren Conrad should’ve considered the following factors before starting a clothing line:
1. Starring on The Hills is not the equivalent of a degree in fashion design. No matter how many lattes you drink.
2. 15-year-old girls don’t have credit cards. At least outside of Orange County, so honestly, I shouldn’t have expected you to know that. My bad.
3. Nobody knows who or what a Lauren Conrad is. For about 14 months I thought you were some sort of snowmobile. True story.
But, hey, hindsight’s 20/20 and there’s nothing wrong with using the economy as an excuse. Unless you’re my date last night and didn’t believe the Dow Jones was responsible for only 20 seconds of sex. I swear, baby!