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Someone earlier in this post described a grail item as something that may not exist but which you've envisioned. So here goes. This style print: At this density on this color shirt: Not in a position to afford either, but would love to see something similar to what I have in mind. Frankly I'm warming up to the chambray as I look at it.
Anyone have experience with ONLY NYC? http://onlynylives.com/item/chino-work-pant--wheat Looks like they generally concern themselves with graphic tees and hats and such. But they also offer a Made in USA chino pant for under 100$, 8oz cotton and no frills.
I second this.As for your initial question, ACarlton:I posted a bit earlier this month with a similar concern, but the fact is I'd now rather have the versatility to wear them with wool than not.I'll also say, for any one else who is new to nice things and wants the input of a fellow rookie, that a shoe tree makes a big difference with these. I didn't get a set until I had these for a couple weeks, but they do a lot to return the shoe to it's original shape. After the...
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Also, Teaching high school English is a lot of fun. It is also wildly stressful if you care about people. It's tough to worry about and help improve the future of 120 kids and then find time to relax on the weekends.
Well hello,I do not know how this works in other states. So I'll base my comments on personal experience. In my state a Master of Arts Degree is required within a few years after you begin teaching. So you pretty much need a master's degree to be a teacher.Also, you need some degree or other in education. If you do not have a bachelor's in education, you need a masters in education or in teaching. But if you have a BS in education, than your masters can be in your subject...
So I got a pair of trail oxfords. They're wonderful. All sorts of impressive craftsmanship and the like. And the leather! This is my first luxury item. The leather quality blows me away; I regret the money I'll spend in the future on similar products. Anyway: I've been wearing my vibram oxfords for a couple weeks. I'm fairly certain they're too big--bit of slippage in the heel, even with wool socks. Instep and width feels good, but I imagine a smaller size would simply...
Regarding the heritage oxford shirts (http://canvas.landsend.com/pp/the-heritage-oxford-shirt~203146_-1.html?bcc=y&action=order_more&sku_0=::BLU&CM_MERCH=IDX_men-_-shirts-&origin=index): So. Sometime around November I ordered a light emerald and a yellow daisy oxford shirt. The light emerald was put on back order, the yellow daisy arrived in a week. When the yellow daisy arrived I tried it on and said "This will never do." It was too big, particularly in the sleeves. I...
The over long sleeves occur for me on my J Crew wool sweaters as well. Personally I don't want the cardigan to be particularly snug--certainly not as snug as the shirts. Somewhere between snug and old man; the kind of thing I can take on and off with relative ease. But I guess if small existed I would order that first and exchange if necessary, not the other way around. I'm 5'8" 145, if that's anything. Any one with suggestions for comparably priced lambswool cardigans...
Can any one report on the sizing of Rugby cardigans? I'm looking at the elbow patch cardigan but they only have it in medium. I'm a small with Rugby shirts, but not by much. Does any one know whether the sweaters are generously proportioned, or should I be fine if not better off sizing up?
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