i'll give it to you for persistence, thats three shirts which don't fit well.
How many shirts do you plan on ordering once you "get it right?" Seems like airfare and hotel to a proper tailor would be cheaper...
Originally Posted by sho'nuff
so they would wait to see if the person dies before making any one claim?
"they" is the plaintiff? Thats going to be up to them, but they can certainly file for damages and then amend the complaint if the victim dies...
I have a pair of H&M super slim fit brown slacks. They have a great herringbone pattern.
Tag reads 33, but they are closer to measured 31", length is 32". The leg opening is slim at 7.5", straight leg through the thigh as well.
Originally Posted by JATPrototype
I work at RL that 8000 PL Tuxedo you speak of costs them about $600 to make.
where in RL do you work?
and what cost? the landed cost? there are a ton of ways to measure cost and generally ( I worked in the corporate office for A&F) the markup depends on the item. Denim and other bottoms, don't have nearly as high a markup as fragrance or accessories.
For retail math, the cost includes, fabric,...
I'm selling a leather jacket; I had this M2M in Buenos Aires, Argentina a few summers ago. Its super soft, creamy leather with no marks or rips in the leather. Its a full zipper, two exterior pockets and one interior pocket.
Asking $150 shipped USPS Priority Mail, open to trades for TM Lewin shirts or similar in 15.5
Pit to pit: 18"
Length bottom of collar to bottom hem: 25.5"
Sleeve length: 24.5
Originally Posted by JayJay
RWD can handle winter weather well with appropriate tires.
Originally Posted by NH_Clark
I'm up there every week and everybody has snow tires on in winter.. is it a law or something?
It's just a practical solution!
RWD with snow tires, just do it