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post #67741 of 103469
My returns this month basically covered the minimum CC payment due, which was new to know and pretty awesome

Now I can just wait for my other credits to reflect on my statement in full before actually paying off the bill.

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I walked around Costco for 30+ mins even though several staff told me they don't have almond milk at this location anymore. I think I was still baffled, how can't you carry my almond milk anymore? WTH am I suppose to drink now. Damn.
post #67742 of 103469
I love how Mr. Porter has to offer suggestions on what to pair with every item on its site, even books.

post #67743 of 103469
YouTube the way I cook Damon Brandt
post #67744 of 103469
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

I bought the bubble sweater with the full intention of returning (porter) and was pretty underwhelmed.  It's neither very thick nor particularly luxe.  I'd probably cop at half off but definitely not worth retail IMO.
post #67745 of 103469
teger you fuck now you got me looking at the tokihito again i had on the cop list a couple months ago but has long since sold out on end

ziss, 3 day select is a scam ups used to take 4 days coast to coast years ago then they changed to 5 bd so they could sucker dus into 3 day select when fedex ground delivers coast to coast in 4 days and on weekends (iirc)

love fedex ground and priority
post #67746 of 103469
The NYT tries to dissect Supreme, 10 years too late.

http://nyti.ms/ULGLnK

I always thought Supreme was just pulling a big joke on its customers -- selling cheapo hoodies and hats with the logo for crazy prices and "limited" editions...still think that... but I really do think they've got the marketing master plan down.

I'm always impressed with brands that manage to stay the course, even if I think their clothing is shite.
post #67747 of 103469
I am so tempted to buy this SNS knit (on sale for $50) and wear it with short shorts and chucks when I play tennis.

post #67748 of 103469
there's something very romantic about playing tennis in wool.

post #67749 of 103469
probably a long shot but has anyone bought these Dries shoes yet? trying to figure out whether i could possibly swing a size up or a size down (they sold out of my size frown.gif)



emailed the shop and they were pretty vague about sizing...
post #67750 of 103469
I feel badly for anyone who has to dress nicely today. Old loose jeans and a tee = my Turkey Day uniform.
post #67751 of 103469
Bah this is all gonna be random brain vomit but I'm sure lots of people here been through this.

Most my time spent here was as a college student, working but with not enough cash to throw around. Now that I graduated and was fortunate to walk into a well paying job I have been able to build a wardrobe. In college my strategy was just to own a few good pieces of clothing and wear them a lot. Past 7 months my closet has grown to 15 pieces to about 35. When first building my wardrobe I followed that one dudes guide and it was super easy buying stuff because I had like nothing to begin with. Now that my closet is filling out it's harder to find the holes and think about what I should purchase without buying redundant pieces (I could imagine this is a slippery slope). Right now my closet is pretty much all Uniqlo + 2 nice jeans + Alden shoes, I like this motif of just well fitting clothes with nice shoes and people here have told me to stick with it because it looks good on me.
post #67752 of 103469
Happy thanksgiving to all y'all amuricans out there. Eat well and give thanks icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #67753 of 103469
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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

Nope, no holes
Thanks for confirming. Some dickbag on ebay sold me an OV shirt with holes in the torso.

I sent him a message saying I wanted my money back. His response boiled down to: "I said no refunds, and I didn't say anything about the holes in my description, and you didn't ask, so too bad."

Time to take some photos and open a dispute. confused.gif
post #67754 of 103469
You will get your money back easy.

He plainly stated to you that he deliberately misled you about the condition of the item.
post #67755 of 103469
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

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Bah this is all gonna be random brain vomit but I'm sure lots of people here been through this.
Most my time spent here was as a college student, working but with not enough cash to throw around. Now that I graduated and was fortunate to walk into a well paying job I have been able to build a wardrobe. In college my strategy was just to own a few good pieces of clothing and wear them a lot. Past 7 months my closet has grown to 15 pieces to about 35. When first building my wardrobe I followed that one dudes guide and it was super easy buying stuff because I had like nothing to begin with. Now that my closet is filling out it's harder to find the holes and think about what I should purchase without buying redundant pieces (I could imagine this is a slippery slope). Right now my closet is pretty much all Uniqlo + 2 nice jeans + Alden shoes, I like this motif of just well fitting clothes with nice shoes and people here have told me to stick with it because it looks good on me

No shame in stepping off the consumer train
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