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She called them fall shirting fabrics - I think they are nice, especially the large cream taran.
It's a bad idea to use it as your primary monitor, if that's what you are asking.
A lot of people work in winner-take-all type industries. The incentive is to work like crazy because anything less and you end up with basically nothing to show for it.
Best poast Piob has ever madeIf you are making 150, your direct report is making 500 and his boss might be making an order of magnitude more. It's pretty easy to feel like a peasant. People are not perfectly rational, and they tend to compare themselves to other around them.
We have added improvements to the shirt on every batch based on feedback from customers, issue reports, and our own testing. One of the complaints we got on occasion was the neck stitching breaking, so we changed the way the collar was sewn and added a reinforcement stich. CalTex, I can take care of it over PM.On the subject of fall releases, here's what we got in the pipeline.Oxford cloth button-downsI just saw the samples and I am super excited about them. All the...
Hey guys, sorry about any backpack issues you are having. I realize how frustrating it must be for something to break, or not manage to perform a critical function. We are confident in our products, but defects do happen - we log and systematically review every issue reported, so I will get the message out.deveandepot1, I assure you that you did not get your money's worth in this case and that is our bad.I am happy to provide you guys a replacement with a new-generation...
Quality poast. Would read again.We got Grey Packs back in the warehouse - khaki is on its way. We were planning to release them at the same time so we could send out an email with restocks, but maybe I can set something up for SF guys if y'all are interested in getting grey asap.It's on the development schedule. Dealing with customs is complete
It's not so bad - it's like Band of Outsiders or Thome Browne circa a year or 2 ago.
I have always treated buying clothes as solving a problem - like, "Oh, I need a (some item of clothing) because of (insert justification here)" The trouble with this approach is that you start making up justifications to yourself about stuff that you "need", especially after the low hanging fruit have been picked. You can see this with MTO shoes (and TOJ Jackets) quite a lot - the reasoning becomes, here is one variation that I am missing, I MUST HAVE IT. If that item is...
Like CodPiece, I went into full Pitti mode at one point, and I am sure there were occasions where I looked like a complete clown, but at least in NYC, it's a pretty ok thing to do. I gradually moved into the realm of sanity though and now that I live and breath clothing for my job, I see things from inside the industry and the kinds of crazy spending that companies and magazines are constantly pushing (mostly to women still). I have accumulated an unreasonably large...
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