Originally Posted by fcuknu
and im not bringing freshness with my paisley and short shorts?
Hah - you do and I am sure you have your followers. Just I am more leaning toward traditionally rooted freshness.
Vox and PG. I especially admire their continuous adventures into new territories. While at times some of their stuff might not so be sartorially favorable in a traditional way, they have brought freshness to the forvm, which IMHO is a precious element of style.
You might want to check with airlines on those special fare for point to point within the region as long as you do not return to the same city. I know Cathay had it before, might be called "Asia Pass" though I can be wrong.
Personally I do not think you need a tour guide in China. It is not that bad and common sense applies everywhere. Likely you will be able to meet up with other visitors from US/Europe and team together, which would help.
You can find plenty of...
Originally Posted by HomerJ
I dyed some shoes from brown to black, no fancy antiquing. I started by experimenting with beater J&M's first and now I'm doing AE's. The shop didn't have deglazer so I used acetone. Dye was Fiebing's and I'll be using Lexol conditioner tomorrow.
1. Cleaned shoes
2. Rubbed acetone multiple times
3. Applied dye
4. Buffed (waited a few hours for dye to dry, too impatient to wait overnight)
5. Applied dye (tongue...
Originally Posted by gnatty8
I think Porsche owns the majority of VW stock anyway, so I think this is something that actually makes sense..
But we know how life changes before and after marriage :-)