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No, it's not the same thing. And he wasn't taking a literal stab at the gay community, c'mon. Let's not turn this thread into some vile place where people are offended by everything. I have two close relatives that are homosexual, and the remark didn't bother me one bit, but then again my priority during any given day isn't to appease people's precious little feelings.
So far my experience has been good - although customer service can be slow to respond to questions (one question never received a response). For daily wear I want a non-iron fabric and I've found one on their site I like very much - and it comes in several staple colors - so I'm sticking with them for now.
That store is on another one of their reoccurring missions to de-organize the menswear.
I recognize it from earlier today
I also see nothing unethical about thrifting for resale. Poor people aren't looking for Kiton sport coats.
If I ran a shop with a return policy as loose as Nordstrom's? Yes, I would feel the same way.
Moo came into possession of the jacket. It was nwt, if I remember correctly. In that case, I have no issue with him returning it.
Everyone be on the lookout for these at your local thrifts: http://www.styleforum.net/t/449536/the-cufflink-umbilical-chain-my-how-to-guide
The link is no longer working, but here it is:Macclesfield Printed Silk Tie #154https://www.samhober.com/macclesfield-print-silk-ties/blue-sky-blue-yellow-gold-and-white-on-dark-red-macclesfield-printed-silk-tie-154.html
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