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post #901 of 2059
the crew neck or vneck?

i dont want the dipped dye, i want the one in the picture above
post #902 of 2059
Anything remotely desirable that had been marked down would've sold by now. Just crossing my fingers for some new markdowns this week.
post #903 of 2059
Picked up a pair a grey chinos this weekend. Show your student card and get 20% off your purchase. Or do what I did and have a cousin who is still in University buy it for you with his student card. nod[1].gif
post #904 of 2059
Anyone have the 'dress chinos' or tried them on? What'd you guys think? I'm hoping for a markdown on them... not sure I'd pay $90 for them even minus the student discount
post #905 of 2059
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Originally Posted by dunelly View Post

the crew neck or vneck?
i dont want the dipped dye, i want the one in the picture above

both fair isle in crewneck and vneck are sold out in xs
post #906 of 2059
Online shop comin', expect to hear something about it Monday.
post #907 of 2059
False alarm, the 'big announcement' is some B.S. about a Tommy Ton collab.
post #908 of 2059
Just picked up a pair of wright cuff trousers for 49.00 down from original 199.00 from Eatons. Good fall weather pants for work.
post #909 of 2059
Anyone else kind of turned off by the friendliness of CM employees? Often I just want to browse, then some guy asks me if I need help with something, then I feel awkward. At the Eaton Centre one of the guys asked me if I needed assistance twice. I kind of just want to be left alone.
post #910 of 2059
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Anyone else kind of turned off by the friendliness of CM employees? Often I just want to browse, then some guy asks me if I need help with something, then I feel awkward. At the Eaton Centre one of the guys asked me if I needed assistance twice. I kind of just want to be left alone.

I think it's a difficult balance to maintain - letting people do their own thing, and being helpful. After all, if they were inattentive we'd complain too.

But tbh, you sound a lot like me. In the Eaton Centre I do find them too "friendly", because I'm the kind of person who'd rather mind my own business in a store and browse around, rather than feeling pressured.
post #911 of 2059
I guess it's better than not finding help at all, but I kind of prefer the H&M approach. You can go there and browse and still feel anonymous. .
post #912 of 2059
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Originally Posted by Dr Huh? View Post

I guess it's better than not finding help at all, but I kind of prefer the H&M approach. You can go there and browse and still feel anonymous. .

In Eatons, they ask me how I'm doing and if I need help, I just say no thanks just browsing and they leave me alone.

On that note about H&m. My friend told me that the H&M at Eaton's has a small section that is the premium line. I tried on a nice fitting cardigan. Is this true?
post #913 of 2059

It depends really. If you are a new face,  they'll be very friendly.

 

My progression: Me (new) -> friendly service -> Me (buys a lot, becomes a regular) -> leaves me alone unless I need help

 

On a side note, anything worth buying at full retail atm?

post #914 of 2059
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Just picked up a pair of wright cuff trousers for 49.00 down from original 199.00 from Eatons. Good fall weather pants for work.

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post #915 of 2059
cool shirt. is it a classic, or slim fitting shirt?
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