When your crazy train clothes rescue doesn’t work out, you can always wear something else.
And what better way to be crazy than to wear clothes that were designed to keep you warm, dry, and comfortable?
While the idea of a crazy-train-themed clothes rescue might seem a little too extreme to make sense in today’s modern day, that’s exactly what German shepherd trainer and designer Gisele Rau has created with her newest clothing line, Crazy Train Clothing.
It’s a collection of vintage, classic, and modern styles designed to be worn in any weather and with any clothing.
She told us that she started Crazy Train when she realized how difficult it was to find clothes for a family of five, and that she didn’t want to just dress for the weather.
“I’ve had to learn how to do something that’s not necessarily something that would work out,” Rau said.
“It’s been about having a goal in mind for myself and wanting to create a collection that would fit me as a mom, a grandma, a grandpa, a daughter-in-law, and my husband.”
The line features a wide variety of classic, casual, and casual-style clothes that will fit almost any lifestyle.
One of the first things that I noticed about Crazy Train clothing was the lack of “faux” materials.
Instead of faux fur or faux leather, the clothing is made entirely of cotton, polyester, and faux wool.
While Rau is careful to not sell products that are made from animal products, she does sell a few items that are.
She says that these are mostly clothing items that have been altered to look like animals.
There are also items that will make you feel like you’re wearing a fancy outfit.
As for how she feels about the way her products are made, Rau says that she’s not happy about how the clothes are designed.
“I like to think of it as an experiment,” Raux said.
The goal is to create something that feels like it was made by a real person and not something that was made to look the way they did on a factory floor.
When Rau was asked if she thought it would make a difference for people who were in a similar situation, she said that she would like to see more clothing made to be able to withstand the harsh weather that comes with the winter season.
And she hopes that the clothing she creates will help other parents like herself in the future to find ways to stay warm and dry.
“We have to remember that the world is changing, and we need to adapt,” Rung said.