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This stuff is hard to compare...
Obviously you would need to soak the tag in alcohol and then scrub it clean. So somehow you have to suspend the garment above the cup of alcohol, let the tag hang into the cup of alcohol and then soak it there overnight. Scrub it. If it doesn't work, try a different solvent!
I just received the AS pebblegrain chukka boots. They are beautiful! And in perfect condition, really. I'm usually a size 10 and these fit just right. Thanks again.
IMO, You have a lot of ties, some are great, some are versatile, some are not, some are very gly. You might not have an opinion about which are the very best or worst, but surely you have an idea of the scale. Have some fun and just throw out half of them, and then live with the rest. This exercise is too laborious. That said, re: the last post, I'll try to be aggressive: XOOXX OXXOX XOXXX XX0XX
That was awesome.
It's an easy joke to make, deftly sidestepping the matter as it relates to SF members who are more like you. Using the word "brand whore" and posting a picture of Hermes Dude is one thing. But seriously, a lot of SF members found and are loyal to Alden, Carmina, etc. not just because of their personal opinion of and experience with the products, but because of the reputation on StyleForum. Sometimes exclusively so. Of course I'm not saying there's anything wrong with...
This thread is Mafoofan pretending to be Wright, right?
Is all the sizing advice here based on the premise that guys want super-skinny, custom-wrinkled-around-your-leg jeans? I don't want that. Just slim jeans with a tapered leg. I tried on some New Standards and Petit Standrds at my local APC store, and found that my regular size (a 30) fit comfortably around my waist. They look good on my legs. I'll probably go with the Petit Standards because I'm a thin guy. But it's not like it's a super skinny fit. Does anyone else find...
A genuine LOL from me in the office.
FWIW, I find that Bass Weejuns (in the medium or D size) are a bit narow.
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