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Can't go wrong with the styling of a Dior Homme polo http://www.dior.com/couture/en_int/mens-fashion/ready-to-wear/polo-shirts-t-shirts or a Fred Perry made in England polo http://www.fredperry.com/laurel-wreath-collection/men/the-original-fred-perry-shirt A nice material such as mercerized pima cotton would be ideal. A subtle sewn in logo such as the Fred Perry and Dior Homme polos would be preferable rather than the sewn on logo such as Lacoste. I think sleeves that...
How much do belts go for in American currency? Something like this http://www.dior.com/couture/en_gb/mens-fashion/accessories/belts/black-and-navy-blue-leather-belt-6-10231
http://www.clubmonaco.ca/family/index.jsp?categoryId=12770912&size=99&cp=12266410.12280856.12770912&ab=ln__apparel_dressshirts Look into Club Monaco when they have their 30%-50% off sales. You get 20% off if you're a student or can find some one with a university student card.
Anyone know of any good Canadian online shopping sites that sell levi's in size 28 in 511 or 513 on sale sometimes? All I have found is ssense so far, but they run out of stock often
A lot of designers have their stuff made in China then shipped back to Italy so it can be stamped made in Italy for cutting labour costs. But you are right this stuff if most likely a knock off.
http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.83.63jO9X&id=36146170182&ns=1#detail Anyone think this is legit? 145 yuan is roughly $25 cad. I think some sellers sell overrun. Would make sense for dior polos as they are a staple item unlike the runway stuff. The bee looks off and there is no dior tag, however I would assume that these are made in China then are shipped back to Italy to have the bee and tags sewn on so they can be "made in Italy" so it's the same material...
Lol gucci mane is out done by this guy.
It is a bit long, but if your t-shirt is covering it then no one would notice.
I guess you have to look for clothing companies that are privately held like Roots who would make quality their priority rather than maximizing profits for shareholders. Makes me wonder if some of those "fakes" you see floating around on websites are actually the real deal using the same materials, just they aren't printed with the correct country of origin stamper.
Hmm well I always thought made in Italy meant made in Italy, I suppose I know better now.
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