This is not the actual pic, but I found an identical label inside a vintage car coat today. I assume this is not THE Crombie, but does anyone know anything about crombie-kintyre?
Oh yeah...it's in a coat by Malcolm Kenneth
Made this mistake once (well not crocs or pink...lol). I knew I was in for an interesting trip before I walked into the store. I was all dressed up coming back from my internship and entered a fairly large GW (the ones with tons of "new" dollar store junk in them as well). I get out of my car and immediately, I stick out. Before I get to the front door some guy comes JETTING out of the store and the manager follows at full-speed. They are at a stand-off and the manager is screaming "Give me back the socks or I will taze you!!!" The guy and him are running around a car like it was from a cartoon and I am just kind of standing there enjoying the show. Finally the thief chucks the pair of socks at the managers face and runs full speed (he was pretty quick) away. I walked into the store to shop like nothing had happened...hahaha.
Who steals socks from Goodwill?
more funny that the manager was chasing him to recover 1.99$ worth of donated goods
You would be surprised at what companies will do to set the standard. If you let them steal that, then word gets around that it is easy to steal. Everyone has "heard" the Walmart stories of not prosecuting anything under $25. I can tell you that is dead false. I volunteer at the courthouse for teen court (crime isn't my thing, but this is more rehabilitation for teens who do stupid things like theft). Nine out of ten cases are thefts from big retail chains, and most are under $25. A couple of weeks ago, their loss prevention stopped someone for stealing a pack of gum valued at $4 (must have been a big ass pack of gum).
When that guy tells his criminal friends he got caught, they will think twice before stealing from the store again. I agree though that it was dangerous for the manager to do it for his own personal safety. Pick up the phone and call the police.
You bastard. Looks great. The button-up vest definitely works better.
He actually just asked where are the best places in Chicago to go. So I suggest an architectural boat tour (awesome, even in November), the Art Institute (American Gothic is there, I believe, as is Nighthawks). And I recommend The Conrad, especially as it is attached to Nordstrom, which will allow the OP to pick up some nice clothes too. You're welcome.
Somebody need some RRL raw selvedge size 30x34? Here's a good BIN: