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I've only been keeping up with them since the summer, but I've never seen them at more than $149. Maybe it's like JAB's suits "usually" being $1,000.
Yes, success means having a scheduled interview date and time. Without that, you've got a "maybe" at best. That's better than a "no," but it's still not a success. It's not a "bad" end to the interview, but it's not a great one either.
As far as I can tell, they're always $149. That's not a sale price.
Hopefully, your dad's still around. Why don't you ask him. Also, why not do an online search for peacoats with zebra linings? You'd probably get a hit because that doesn't sound normal.
What the fxck's that on your mirror?
Is "vintage" just another word for "thrifted" or "used" in this thread?
Why didn't you ask BEFORE handing over the cheddar?
In general, made-to-order only means that they don't have a stock of them sitting around. They make the item in the pre-set style when you order it. It's like ordering food from a place that starts cooking when you order but won't change the ingredients. Custom usually means that you have more freedom to adjust the style.
+1 to this. Most Black Friday sales are no different from the rest of the year. Companies know that customers expect a sale, so they just slap "BLACK FRIDAY" on top of their usual ad' and watch people flood in. Rather than thinking logically and critically, people just assume that BF sales are some of the best prices of the year. My gf and her friends bought a shxt ton of Victoria's Secret on BF last year because of the "sale." She had been getting 25-30% off coupons all...
You shouldn't have been @ss-backwards enough to wait until right before your event to order.
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