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post #90811 of 109053
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Originally Posted by uzairh View Post

What I don't get is for one who is always singing to the tune of "I'm so busy", ZB has an awful lot of time to browse and post on forums.
Can't agree more.
post #90812 of 109053
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post

so whats a nice backpack to travel as carry on? gonna be in eu for 2 weeks, touristy agenda, some car travel, some trains or short flights too so really wanna travel light, was thinking something I could take half full so I'd have room to pick something up

It may not be super cool or fashiony, but the Rick Steeves backpacks are incredibly practical and ideal for what you've described. My parents bought a pair and now everybody they know who's going abroad asks to borrow them.

http://travelstore.ricksteves.com/catalog/index.cfm?fuseaction=product&id=139
post #90813 of 109053
Is sufu not working for other people too?
post #90814 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

It may not be super cool or fashiony, but the Rick Steeves backpacks are incredibly practical and ideal for what you've described. My parents bought a pair and now everybody they know who's going abroad asks to borrow them.

http://travelstore.ricksteves.com/catalog/index.cfm?fuseaction=product&id=139

Wow that is really ugly. (sorry don't have any helpful suggestions)
post #90815 of 109053
looking for a basic terry slightly oversized sweatshirt/hooded sweatshirt in a heather grey, ideally on sale...any recs?
post #90816 of 109053
I wish I could buy everything on my wishlist - now

Damn ex boyfriend left me with a pile of credit card bills - slowing down my progress...mad.gif
post #90817 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post


It may not be super cool or fashiony, but the Rick Steeves backpacks are incredibly practical and ideal for what you've described. My parents bought a pair and now everybody they know who's going abroad asks to borrow them.

http://travelstore.ricksteves.com/catalog/index.cfm?fuseaction=product&id=139

 

ugh i really dont like the bulging plasticy fabric look

post #90818 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Hirsh View Post

I wish I could buy everything on my wishlist - now

Damn ex boyfriend left me with a pile of credit card bills - slowing down my progress...mad.gif

isn't your current boyfriend a doctor? Ask him to help you pay them off.
post #90819 of 109053
I stumbled across an intriguing similarity between some of the Epaulet shirt fabrics and the New England Shirt Co. stuff sold at Unionmade:









Just sayin'.
post #90820 of 109053
It happens a lot. Many times I've seen fabrics GItman has used in other brands' newer seasons, even the more noticeable and memorable prints. As far as plaids and checks go it probably occurs way more often.
post #90821 of 109053
Pretty sure there was a print that WvG, EG, Gitman and Epaulet all used in one season.
post #90822 of 109053
Yeah, I have WvG shirts made from fabrics that EG and Gitman used, which fit me way, way better than EG or Gitman shirts ever would.
post #90823 of 109053
Here's another one

Robert Geller
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Kiryuyrik
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people just use the same suppliers sometimes :shrug:
post #90824 of 109053
Dvn and our legacy both produced suits in the constellation fabric.
post #90825 of 109053
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

I stumbled across an intriguing similarity between some of the Epaulet shirt fabrics and the New England Shirt Co. stuff sold at Unionmade:


Just sayin'.

 

Epaulet shirts are made by New England Shirt Co.

 

:eek:

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