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Every time I see someone use a word like 'lefty' online, I'm happy I'll probably never meet them in real life.
I don't know man. Those pants look great in the first few pics you posted, but I think they'll come across as ill-fitting in an office context. 
Thirty degrees celsius outside and I'm looking at winter outerwear. Yeesh.   Devoa long hooded coat http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/kind-u/item/579415006338/   TVA hooded leather down jacket http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/blowz/item/9026641422071/   LeU long coat http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/modescape/item/1-240002009377/   KKA long hooded coat http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/blowz/item/9028656422459/
Every time I wash an overdyed item for the first time and see the water go down the drain, I feel like I just lost half the garment.
 Oh for sure, I love Yoox and it's totally possible to be responsible with your purchases there. But its whole format (adding new items randomly, sending out regular coupons, varying price drops from item to item, telling you when there's only one of your item left etc.) is designed to get you to check back frequently and to buy more than you should.   This is true. Having an addictive personality doesn't help either.
@Benesyed Seconding the shorter hem feedback. Black derbies would also work nicely with the old Italian dude vibe of that fit.
@Bam!ChairDance Yeah but the constant drops and seemingly weekly Extra 10-20% off coupons push you to look back often. I'd say they've hit a good formula, if they're making any money off of it. And I have to imagine that what led to inflated retail prices everywhere is our desire for a deal.   @Ragechester Not my article, but thanks! I work in radio, but I think people generally prefer links to text.
Yoox and the whole sale culture in general is actually a major reason why I've spent more than I should in past on clothing I don't need. I've severely limited my purchases lately, keeping a very short list of things I really want and being OK with not getting them any time soon. Part of that involves almost never checking my Dreambox.   A while ago I interviewed this woman who got so tired of being trapped in online shopping addiction that she stopped buying things for...
Yeah sorry that was a joke.   I did have to look it up though.
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