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$100 Brooks Brothers gift card. Will either trade for close value to another store or sell. Please PM offers. Don't really have an idea of trading in mine. If it is a sale, it is for a pair of AE from allaboutshoes or for a pair of seconds during the ongoing tent sale. I also have no problem keeping this and buying something during thee sale next week, so please don't low ball me.
Quote: Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH How about moo foo spoo toria? Edit: Could you imagine walking up to a stranger and actually saying that and them not being on the forum? You would really look like a psycho. Or a Russian member of the Na'Vi. Not a very SF approved look.
Quote: Originally Posted by ggg458 I recently fell for the bait and switch and just received a c'e' luca sportcoat. I just wanted to see if anyone has any other input as to the quality. I like the cut, however, I'm not sure it is worth the $300 I spent. Any thoughts would be appreciated. With the hell storm that I raised, I had a full refund, including the initial shipping charge from Gilt returned to my credit card. Smart move on their...
Some of the responses in this since bumping have been ridiculous. There is a difference between trying on a pair or two of shoes and being the person trying on 10 types of shoes and not buying anything. I think it also depends on the attitude of the customer as well. What if you try on the shoes with the intention of buying them and they genuinely don't fit? Is that wrong? Are you wasting the salesperson's time? I was in the city at Sherman Brothers and looking at...
Hello all, I have recently been spending a lot of money on shoes and would certainly like to continue that pattern but want to source some advice regarding my next pair before just going to the default choices. About me and my shoes: I am in my 20's, in college, and not the heir to an oil empire, so I can't exactly go the G&G route; however, I am willing to spend money on a quality product and don't have a hard budget in mind. Assume less than Saint Crispin's,...
With the proliferation of necrobumping, I thought that I would add in my two cents. I am a 12 or 13 C or B depending on last, so seldom will the store even carry my size. When I try on shoes, I typically do just to get a feel for which size to order for a better price. Whenever I try on the shoes, I tell the sales associate that I am going to think about the shoes, ensure that I get his/her name and tell them that I will make sure that they get the sale, which I...
I want to give an unsolicited opinion as well. I have this particular laptop and absolutely love it. It is lightweight, portable, incredible graphics, and a very, very powerful machine for its size. I am not a gamer either, but do do a lot of video work and the graphics and colors are unparalleled. For anyone thinking about getting a new laptop who values portability and strength, this is perfect. I believe that we had one for sale on here about a year ago and it...
Quote: Originally Posted by NAMOR I purchased a $300 sweater from Burberry because the store attendent had a sexy French accent. I think we have all done this at some point. I bought a pair of freaking true religions because I was into the sales associate....they were returned the next day. The downside? She turned out to be an idiot.
Does anyone from last year remember what shoes were and were not included and how much off they were? Trying to decide if I should keep my gift card and buy shoes from them or sell the gift card and buy shoes elsewhere.
OP - Allow me to chime in with more perspective as well. Despite what many will argue on here, the difference between a $300-$500 pair of shoes is relatively minor, and the price difference is all relative and subjective. I don't think anyone on here will argue the merits of say Allen Edmonds being a better shoe than Edward Green or Saint Crispin's. What people will argue is whether the EG is five times better than an Allen Edmonds; to some it is, to some it is not....
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