Shade shirts are awesome. They are great for layering and make everything modest, thereby exponentially expanding your wardrobe. See-through shirt? Wear a Shade shirt! Too low-cut? Wear a Shade shirt! Doesn't have any sleeves? Wear a Shade shirt!
Sounds great, right? So what's the curse, you ask. It is impossible to keep my white Shade shirt stainless. I wash it on Saturday; stain it on Sunday. I get a new one for Christmas; stain it as soon as I get home. My best friend, Sarah, learns of my plight and generously sends me another one; it gets lost in the mail. Argh!
Then, I find out that Shade is going out of business and having a liquidation sale. Perfect! I can stock up on cheap shirts and hopefully beat that darn curse. Oh no, those shirts are still $14! The company is going out of business, and their idea of a "sale" is to take $3 off of the price! I am obviouisly doomed to stained Shade shirts for all eternity, or until I go buy a similar shirt from H&M.