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Posts by jm22

^ If you're looking for a fancy Korean place to take a date then you might want to consider dropping KBBQ altogether and go to Soban on Olympic Blvd. A nice small space, arguably one of the very best Korean restaurants in the city. They don't serve booze though.
Bummed that the rivet fits don't fit me after seeing the G&L's. It became official when I took a pair of rivets to my tailor and he refused to try to let the seat out, saying it wouldn't do anything for me.
Just got the (newer) tees in olive, light grey and antique, plus a re-stock of the navy. Really disappointed. The collars on the newer tees are asymmetrical, all the shirts still have problems with the bottom and sleeve hems folding up. And the shirts don't have the lightweight smooth fabric like the ones I bought a couple years back. There's just no reason for me to continue purchasing their shirts. What do I expect for a $15 t-shirt? Something that competes decently with...
Noob question: anyone know how much rivet chinos can be let out at the seat?
Just wondering if Mauro has ever sent out a survey before? It's a good way to capture customer's various perspectives and ideas while identifying which of them are more commonly shared. Can be a bit time-intensive but may be helpful.
I should've put a disclaimer that I don't work for the World Bank.
I'm in complete agreement with Dribas and have thought this for a while, just didn't think it was appropriate for me to say it. I think the pricing at retail should be the same as the rewards pricing and just have the rewards program to give an opportunity for special orders and pre-orders. I have a background in economics as well and I don't think it would have a negative impact overall, in fact it could have a very positive impact. The issue of quality could be overcome...
My 2 cents as a new customer: I don’t see why WvG can’t be successful at both business casual and streetwear - assuming that Mauro wants to continue to tap into streetwear. In fact I think there is a gap in the market for streetwear that is a bit “edgy”, not influenced by workwear and heritage, yet a little more subdued than Rick Owens or Zam Barrett (not that there’s anything wrong with them). I think there’s room in the market for new players there. If you take the WvG...
Do you think it is essentially difficult to find decent quality linen in the $50-$75 range?
Yeah, the collars on last year's linen shirts were pretty wide. I sized down one and it was still kinda wide, especially when you don't button up. I'm hoping they fixed that this time, or I'm going to be sending back the set I just got.
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