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Actually, I kind of agree. I haven't returned them yet and have come around on the V-neck, but still kind of hate the cardigan. The last lambswool sweater I bought from J Crew was definitely significantly nicer than the Uniqlo ones from this season, but that was years ago, and you're right about the price point, too.
Bought a lambswool cardigan and V neck. Fit is pretty terrible and both feel cheap, will definitely be returning them. Flannels this season seem acceptable to me, though. Fabric might be a little thin but fit is decent (a little disproportionately tight in the arms and loose around the waist, but not too bad) and they're really soft.
Post pics when you get them!Black jeans won't have the same high-contrast fade as indigo-dyed jeans. Best-case scenario, you might get something like this: you meant the black raw APCs, in which case they'll probably fade similarly. But they will probably just get kind of dark gray if you wash them a lot.)
A weird combination for the past few weeks: Stan Getz, new Mount Eerie albums, new GY!BE album, Blade Runner soundtrack, Steely Dan. Probably driving my housemates insane.
I emailed you earlier, but I will take the medium if no one has claimed it already.
If anyone bought one in a medium and it doesn't work out, let me know.
I received my try-on frames a few days ago and the quality seems on par with comparable plastic Luxottica frames to me. I know those frames are typically labeled "Made in Italy," but I seriously doubt most of the manufacture takes place there (and even if it does, it's not like the plastic is being molded by Italian artisans!). The Warby Parker frames are significantly cheaper and lack the ridiculous branding most Luxottica frames feature.
As a rule, I don't add milk to my tea, and I drink a lot of tea. A few weeks ago, though, I tried adding a small amount of milk to a Darjeeling and it was pretty good. It felt like a more natural combination than adding milk to something like sencha or oolong.
If you really think there's a chance they'll fire you, then just give two weeks' notice. I gave my boss a few months' notice at my last job, but only because I knew there was no way they'd get rid of me early. Had that been a real possibility, I would definitely just have given two weeks.
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