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I'm no vacuum expert, but Sweethome is usually pretty reliable for reviews and they recommend Miele over Dyson.http://thesweethome.com/reviews/best-vacuum-cleaner/They even have a section on why people shouldn't buy Dysonhttp://thesweethome.com/reviews/best-vacuum-cleaner/#whynotbaglessFWIW, I have a Miele canister vac and am happy with it, but also don't know much about the technicalities of this stuff. Usually just hit up Sweethome/ Wirecutter for reviews and take their...
That may help a little, but at the heart of it, you're essentially asking if there's a way to stop clothes from wearing down. Indigo denim fades when the white core is exposed. Since indigo doesn't completely penetrate the yarn, the material's white core is revealed when the top surface wears down.There's no treatment you can apply to sink the indigo in further. Or prevent the yarn from wearing down.You may be able to minimize how much indigo is lost through the cleaning...
I think it takes a lot of effort (and money) to build a webshop though. It's not just about putting up an e-store. You have to take photos, provide product descriptions, sometimes measurements, give customer service, do shipping, etc.Some stores I've talked to say they only do 10-20% of their business online, which makes the expense barely worthwhile. Obviously, the hope is that the web portion grows, since you can ostensibly serve a wider audience, but that takes a lot of...
I actually like the name. Admittedly a little pretentious in a boutique-y kind of way, but playful and memorable.It's always reminded me of French Laundry though, the restaurant, although that's not exactly a bad thing.
Related article in the NYT yesterday. Maybe of interest to the OP. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/21/fashion/solution-based-design-disabled-refugees.html?_r=0
Glad to hear everyone's happy with the cloths!
Pure Blue Japan's NC-005 are designed to not fade very easily (the NC stands for No Change).
They're RTW and MTO only, right? I assume you can tell whether you like them by just trying them off the shelf. I don't know if they use custom patterns, but their manufacturer in Italy is well regarded.
Yea, I've heard amazing things from longtime Birk owners. Maybe I tried the wrong size or something, but I lasted all but 1 min or so in them.
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