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Yea i used to like haight back in the day, now i think its just dirty as hell.
You know what i just realized i was thinking of Rand+Statler, we are talking about two diff stores. The one i went to did not stock any of that LOL. I think i need to give MAC a try then...

Rand+Statler is the high end part of Azalea, and it's just okay.  There doesn't seem to be much soul in that store.  I could have laid out that store and stocked it in my sleep.  It's strictly paint by numbers.  Clean white.  Check.  Hardwood floors, way ahead of you.  Blond wood and bare pipe shelves.  C'mon son, I started there.  Whaddya got?  A.P.C.  Yeah, that was funky fresh in 2002.  Aesop in the apothecary? Oh, and apothecary section?  Very upscale, very classy.  Who even buys Paul Smith striped shirts in 2014?  The girl who got the shirt for her boyfriend because it will look so cute on him for that date at that brunch place that is so cute and has great mimosas.  That's who.   

 

If we somehow get a contract with Rand&Statler, you guys do realize I'll probably have to delete this post, right?

post #102992 of 109053
You guys ever go to Macys? Good sales etc.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

You guys ever go to Macys? Good sales etc.

No, but I do find the Bloomingdales in SF to be massively amusing.  I was going to take Synth, but Synth has less of a love of the absurd then do I.  I love that they have a Versace section.  Who is buying all the Versace?  There is also some genuinely worthwhile stuff there as well, which actually makes the trip worthwhile from an actually "I'm going to buy something" standpoint, from usually decent selections of Margiela to Marc Jacob's non-shitty collection.  And so on.  And they had Number (n)ine back in the day, which makes up for a multitude of sins.

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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

Their dogpatch location is worth a visit too. Not as much stock as the Hayes Valley one but you can get pizza at Piccino after (or before).

Try serpentine and poquito, really good
post #102995 of 109053
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Rand+Statler is the high end part of Azalea, and it's just okay.  There doesn't seem to be much soul in that store.  I could have laid out that store and stocked it in my sleep.  It's strictly paint by numbers.  Clean white.  Check.  Hardwood floors, way ahead of you.  Blond wood and bare pipe shelves.  C'mon son, I started there.  Whaddya got?  A.P.C.  Yeah, that was funky fresh in 2002.  Aesop in the apothecary? Oh, and apothecary section?  Very upscale, very classy.  Who even buys Paul Smith striped shirts in 2014?  The girl who got the shirt for her boyfriend because it will look so cute on him for that date at that brunch place that is so cute and has great mimosas.  That's who.   

If we somehow get a contract with Rand&Statler, you guys do realize I'll probably have to delete this post, right?

Right thats why i was wondering why you guys liked them so much, then i realized its a diff place.
post #102996 of 109053
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

No, but I do find the Bloomingdales in SF to be massively amusing.  I was going to take Synth, but Synth has less of a love of the absurd then do I.  I love that they have a Versace section.  Who is buying all the Versace?  There is also some genuinely worthwhile stuff there as well, which actually makes the trip worthwhile from an actually "I'm going to buy something" standpoint, from usually decent selections of Margiela to Marc Jacob's non-shitty collection.  And so on.  And they had Number (n)ine back in the day, which makes up for a multitude of sins.

And EG and Ervell!
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Cambridge Undergraduates c. 1926
post #102998 of 109053
so glad nobody dresses like that in college anymore
i cant wait until everyone gets a clue and sweatpants are acceptable at the office too
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no sweatpants ever.
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A bit late, but I really can't see why you wouldn't use subscriptions?
Have disabled email-notifications, but having every thread with unread posts listed seems so convenient I assumed that's how everyone did it.
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why the sweatpants hate? they are comfy, can look decent in a loungey way, and with good materials I don't see them being that far off from wider leg trousers. Plus elastic/drawstring waist gives much better fit.

post #103002 of 109053
Agree 100% with KOY.
Every now and then I just go though forums and maybe add something else but 95% of the time I just check subbed threads with new posts.
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Yea, subscriptions without email ... site only... or you'll get flooded with email I suppose?

 

It's the only way to check this site on your phone...where browsing around isn't really ideal.  

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when the sweatpants brigade launches their final assault on the non-sweatpants resistance, I will be right there on the barricade, belting out "Do you hear the people sing" while the looming darkness creeps closer and closer

post #103005 of 109053
please take your toaster oven discussion to the dedicated "How do you cook YOUR bread?" thread
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