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post #16 of 20
is it jsut me, or does every artical of clothing @ zara feel like utter crap? next time, rub your hands against their plasticy leather jackets, their what feels like nylon infused wool, and et cetera.
post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by Arethusa
How is that any more ridiculous than a three button suit on which you can only button one button?

It's acceptable to only button one button on a 3B suit--in fact I wouldn't button any more. It's considered vulgar to leave your sleeve buttons unbuttoned. If you're going to do it, you should have a choice. I wouldn't buy a suit if I couldn't button the sleeves and look like I knew what I was doing.
post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by ninjapie
The service sucks at Zara though, everytime I ask if they if a size is sold out they are like "mmm I don't know". The lazy bastards don't even check in the storage. Besides that, they do have decent stuff from time to time.

Heh I'm pretty sure if it's not out on the floor, they don't have it. I think the behavior you're talking about is generally prevalent at all mall stores, but is more indicative of the person that you're discussing than employees at all stores in general.
post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by inviscid
is it jsut me, or does every artical of clothing @ zara feel like utter crap? next time, rub your hands against their plasticy leather jackets, their what feels like nylon infused wool, and et cetera.

Certainly it feels cheaper than something from, say, Brioni, but I think it compares favorably to H&M...
post #20 of 20
can someone post pics of these clothes?
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