Do clothes affect the way we think? No doubt there’s an emotional factor in apparel. We’re well aware that clothes affect the way others perceive us. Consider the effects of the tuxedo, string ties, culottes, or the very…
Dear Susan Mocarski,
Thank you for your thoughtfulness. Your design is so custom compared to the commercial ones. The NY Times insists no gifts so it must be returned. I’ll keep in mind your “Cleverhood.” The poncho is the best for keeping dry on a bike.
P.S. Your kind note was appreciated and if you spot me again please say hi and remind me of your Cleverhood.
You’re missing. I see your lover’s wine glass and the romantic sunset. But where the hell are you? Why don’t I see you there all moon eyed and snugly in your cozy Sweatshirt Cape? You know how lovable you can be.
Cleverhood, the Rhode Island company, kicked-off its new line of rain capes with a crowd-sourcing campaign today. The new waterproof Cleverlites are made in Fall River and reflect the family-run company’s focus on style and performance.
Happy April Fool’s to you and yours. This is a big month for us here at Cleverhood (April Showers and all that). We’ll be kicking it off in true Rhode Island fashion. While this custom of playing harmless pranks on this special day is recognized just about everywhere, we’re the state with its own particularly quirky prank. It’s certainly not without its controversy.
It’s easy to play pretty and we have good prizes for your efforts. We’re offering two brand new rain capes, a Street Cape and a jar of Fox Point Pickles for four category winners. The odds are in your favor.