I was once asked why gilt clothes were worth it.
Why would anyone buy a gilt shirt that has a sticker that says “Made in USA” on it?
Why would I buy gilt leather shoes that have a sticker on the shoe that says they are “Made In USA”?
Why would someone buy a belt that says, “Made by the American Soldier.”
Why would I spend a fortune to wear a gilded belt, that looks like a piece of paper that is stamped with a GIVING MONEY MONEY sticker?
I was a giver.
It is not just a matter of money.
It is a matter, a matter-of-fact matter that we are all people and we should be given the same opportunities to be able to enjoy life the way we want to.
It has nothing to do with our ability to pay a fair price for the product.
I am not suggesting that anyone should buy gilded clothes or that there is anything wrong with gilt shoes.
But I am saying that gilt-wrapped shoes are a symbol of privilege.
A gilded piece of jewelry.
The same as the gilt belt, the same as a belt with a “Made By The American Soldier” inscription.
The gilt is not only an American icon but is also a symbol that has been in use for thousands of years.
The gilt has been used as a symbol for money and wealth and is often seen as a way of showing solidarity, as if one were to wear the same belt as the person that is asking for it.
This is a form of social inequality.
It takes us away from what we are supposed to be proud of.
Gilded clothing is a symbol, but it also is a product.
It can be used as money.
It was the symbol of money, and it is still used as currency.
Gilt is still the symbol for wealth, and the same is true of any item of clothing that has the “Made With the American Worker” sticker.
Gilt jewelry and other products that use gilt jewelry are used as evidence that the wearer is in possession of something that they have worked hard for.
Gilded jewelry is a badge of pride.
Gilda Radner is the same way.
Glamour magazine used to call her “the gilt queen.”
And it is a shame.