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Posts by erk

Damn, grandpa's furniture looks like shit.
I typically wouldn't consider hiring someone wearing no shoes.
This problem with the colors - do they just need to white-balance the camera? Or use better lighting? Seems like a very simple investment to drastically improve the product/service.
Not bad.I think it'd look better with a darker jean?
I have a problem. I hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate hate white crew-neck undershirts..I think we should burn all of them, insist on medium/heather gray v-neck only.Is there a way to wear a v-neck sweater without a collared shirt and not look dumpy?
The best part (as per the usual) is the peanut gallery. I love the commenters appalled that someone would spend more than $30 for a shirt.
oh christ... and this video http://www.ralphlauren.com/shop/index.jsp?categoryId=11757742&ab=global_men_denimsupply Its like an addiction to irony? Doubly ironic? WhyTF are the "authentic" characters - the bohemian, artist, free-spirit analogs - waiting for the snap of the clapper board? Its like the design agency is yelling out, this brand is a total f'ing crock of shit. We are going to insult your intelligence and laugh that you don't even notice. We'll make...
oh god. Using Chrome on a Mac on that RRL site is a nightmare.
I have an idea about shirt fit. The seam that joins the shoulder with the sleeve; ideally, where should it lie? If it is too far down the slope of the deltoid, it looks odd. It throws off the proportions and the shirt looks droopy. If it is too close to the neck it looks... not nearly as bad. I feel the natural location for that seam should lie along the furthest unmoving part of the shoulder when the arms are raised and lowered (like a skier pushing off with poles)....
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