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I dry clean my suits about twice a year - I was told anything in excess of that is not good for the fabric. I just picked up two from dry cleaners last night. They were $8.77 each. I dry clean my shirts after one, maximum two wears. The cost depends on the fabric ($1.99 for a cotton shirt and $4.25 for silk, linen). When I pick up my suits, I don't take them home until I had a chance to inspect them inside the store. I look at everything. With shirts, I am less...
Quote: Originally Posted by nate10184 I found a pair of NIB Edward Greens at my Off Fifth in a sea of S5A branded shoes for $330. With my 30% off discount they were 220. I just received a 30% off coupon as a Valentine's day promotion. Will go tomorrow night and post if I find something, including pics.
They look like tapdancing shoes.
Quote: Originally Posted by lawyerdad Congrats on the new gig. I love Portland and think it would be a great place to live for anyone who can find a good job there in their chosen field. +1. Best of luck.
Quote: Originally Posted by EL72 Nice Campanile captoes 8.5 http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=230219275588& That is one nice looking shoe.
Quote: Originally Posted by Bostonian I think that Canali may be too structured for the sportcoat/jeans look. How so? Thank you all for your recommendations.
Quote: Originally Posted by Fuuma What kinf of cut, denim weight and colour do you like? Are you going to wear these with dress shoes or boots? Will you cuff or hem them? The mention of Canali rings alarm bells in my poor, barely recovering from an advanced ethylic state, brain. Describe the look you're going for and your general body shape. Oh and stop using the world sartorial, in most contexts it only sounds sophisticated to people with no...
Quote: Originally Posted by Bic Pentameter I attended law school and currently am reassessing the value of the J.D., both economically and psychologically. I went to a top 25-ish school, and graduated in the upper middle of my class. Today, I will readily admit that I went to law school for the wrong reasons and that I had unrealistic expectations. The month before I graduated college, I took the GMAT, the MCAT, the LSAT, and all of the other ...ATs...
A pretty gloomy, albeit somewhat honest, look at the profession. I am almost 2 years out and I still enjoy it but the long hours are slowly catching up with me. P.S. I will agree that in today's law school, grades are everything,
Thank you. Just posted there. I feel like I totally, albeit unintentionally, polluted multiple threads today.
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