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Quote: Originally Posted by eckblk Since we are on the subject, here is Pitt in CCP (my favorite CCP) Maybe it's the flash but that looks plasticky as hell.
Gray, obviously, but cream is also very versatile. Tan is versatile in the old-manish way.
Quote: Originally Posted by slappy That's ugly.
It's made for fat executive types, who'd rather pay more for their stuff.
Quote: Originally Posted by negusnegas Pretty much anything by Kar Wai Wong. In the Mood for Love and 2046 immediately come to mind as incredibly stylish movies. Tony Leung is fucking awesome. Love him in Lust, Caution, too. http://images.allmoviephoto.com/2007...aution_002.jpg
Quote: Originally Posted by clarksdb Does J Crew ever have 30% or anything + free shipping on regular priced items? I'm not sure if I should wait for the peacoat to go on sale or just get it now (it's gotten cold). JCrew almost never offers 30% on regular priced items. When they do, only a selected few will get the coupon.
Burgundy/wine, dark purple, navy, cream, charcoal/heather gray. Those are my staple colors. Any 2 or 3 color combination between them would be good.
Quote: Originally Posted by CrazyJew blazer - Marc Jacobs Collection shirt - Valentino waxed jeans - Marc Jacobs shoes - Martegani's Looks like you spent quite a lot to look like the typical college brahs who go to Express when they want to play dress-up. Not good. Return everything.
Burgundy is a lot more versatile than brown. You can wear burgundy with pretty much anything, even a black suit (if the situation ever calls for one). Some brown shoes look pretty nasty with a navy suit. That said, your first pair should always be a black captoe. It's understated and is appropriate for conservative environments where you don't want to stand out and draw too much attention to yourself.
I still don't see how the seller should eat half of the cost. He told the buyer to return the item. It's the buyer's responsibility to get the item back to the seller's hands. Even though the seller didn't specifically state it, getting a tracking number and insurance would have been common sense, especially when it involved sending such an expensive item overseas. If the situation were reversed, ie. if the seller had sent the item without tracking and it had gottten...
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