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I have an associate from college who makes a point of never saying "Excuse me" or "Thank you" to a SA. When I asked her why, she says she does it back home in Ohio, but not here in New York City, because that's the norm here. When I protested, she said I just didn't understand New York. I was born here, not that it matters - good manners should be fairly universal... Aggravating conversation, and it's embarrassing to be with her when she barrels into an SA (or museum...
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I don't like them personally, but I like to keep things simple. Seems like an odd choice for a tuxedo, though.
Quote: Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba There are two types of buyers, in my opinion. People who want to shop without help, they want to explore the store on their own. Than there is the shopper who wants help, wants suggestions, and needs assistance making a decision. I'm definitely the first type. What most people consider rude in salespeople - ignoring the customer - is fine with me. Unless I need help to pull something from the...
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Very, very nice. I got a cashmere tie on a whim recently from Sam Hober, and it's one of my favorites now.
This was my first time at the warehouse sale so I don' have much to compare it to. I found a Isaia solid navy suit in my size (40S) which was a pretty sweet find.
Mods delete, found what I wanted.
Who is the tailor?
Quote: Originally Posted by IBJanky It's both stylish and safe. myke +1. It's hard to find something in my closet that doesn't go with my navy sports coat (I don't like brass buttons), and there are few situations in which I can't wear it.
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