THE LAUNDRESS X JOHN MAYER OUT WEST DUO
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Laundry is to me…
The other half of being into clothes. If you’re really into cars, you get under the hood. If you’re really into clothes, you care for them yourself. – Mr Mayer
I am NOT making this up.
John Mayer has a laundry detergent. John Mayer has a laundry detergent. John Mayer has a laundry detergent. John Mayer has a laundry detergent. John Mayer has a laundry detergent. John Mayer has a laundry detergent. John Mayer has a laundry detergent.
But in all seriousness maybe he has a point. Truthfully when shopping for new clothes I meticulously opt for fabric over looks. If it has to be dry-cleaned I am simply NOT buying it period: too much maintenance!
Fabric care has gotta be the missing step to you mastering domestic bliss.
Funnily enough it was only last month that I shared -in my opinion an awesome- little infographic on fabric care. If The Mayerness is making fabric care cool I’m all on board, although I was secretly obsessed before this celebrity detergent launch. What can I say, I’m an ironing freak, everything in my wardrobe is clean and ironed otherwise it does not enter the wardrobe…. And I secretly want to be as domesticated as Anthea Turner AND Martha Stewart way too much! Heck no- like a Stepford Housewife! Lord knows laundry could be chic. Truth be told I take far more pride in fulfilling domestic duties these days it’s the only thing that comes even close to giving me an emotional ROI…
Ten years ago this August I purchased John Mayer’s first official album: Room for Squares at a Cheltenham’s Virgin Megastore. Suffice to say Mayer’s lyrics changed my life and sparked my writing ambitions as a teenager. John Mayer is my Hero. He is still an endless source of inspiration and wisdom.
I was also quite fond of the shirt he worse on the album cover. I thought it was cute and nerdy and have wanted one like it. Several months ago I found a similar shirt in a charity shop made by Basler and wore it at this year’s Hay Festival when I went to see another hero of mine.