When did Yoox start charging sales tax? I have never been charged before until today. wtf?
Yup, def takes away some of the fun
On a different note, it sucks when my order arrives, I try it on, it looks badass, quality feels nice, etc. Then the next day I find a little flaw somewhere that completely drains away my enjoyment of the piece. Like, no one else would notice it, but the fact that I do kills my buzz.
I really should just take the zen approach and accept the wabi sabiness of it all
I am worried about thewho; first with the leather and the leather epiphany and the sales women drooling and throwing their panties, and that went out the door; now with the whole burgundy pants elation-fixation over so soon, I wonder: what could come next. I wonder: does his wallet have the will to sustain it?
who: what gives! talk to us...
Haha, don't worry man.
The ToJ is a great jacket, I'm just not satisfied with the fit on me. I was putting it on just the other day to send some interested users a few fit pics, and it occurred to me that, yes, I really will miss owning it once I sell it. But it'll be alright; there are plenty of fish in the sea lambs and cows on the earth.
As for the burgundy pants, I think I'm just realizing that they're just not a pair of everyday sort of pants—and that's what I had gotten used to with indigo and black jeans. Also, I really could use a pair of tan suede shoes to complement the pants. But these pants I have fit really well, and they've a nice hue (none of that pomegranate bs). I'm not dissatisfied; I'm just trying to figure 'em out.
I think once I sell the ToJ, I'm probably just going to get a much cheaper jacket, then either put the remainder aside or use it to add a few other basic things I need (button-downs, better t's, maybe put some cash away for sneakers). You can tell me if this all sounds crazy, but I don't think I've anything to worry about. (Though I'm pretty sure you were being facetious the whole time, still figured I'd respond.)
I'm also undergoing some kind of schizo-feelings w/r/t style and stuff. Think reedo, but without the same quick turnover of the things I purchase (luv u rdo).