I like the Dior tee shirt you're refering too (- I thnk - there seem to be at least 2 variations on that shirt), but it seems really, well, David Beckham-esque (not a compliment, btw) to put down that type of money for a tee that has been all over the runways and in "look books". Â I guess the concept of "money is not an issue" just comes off very Euro-trashy to me, especially when it comes to streetwear stuff. Â Put on that tee, and match it with Dolce & Gabbana jeans, Tods loafers, and Paul Smith sunglasses, and I'd expect that you'd be hitting on a Lohan in the near future. Â Not a big fan of much of McQueen's stuff, I'm afraid. I would go with something a lot cheaper and less over-exposed. Â Check out the Yoko Devereaux tees for something in the designer range - and the label is an up and comer too, if you are interested in that type of thing.
Yes. Possibly, Its not that I am just blowing the money though. I will only buy the 2 t-shirts this season, as I have to spend most of the week in business wear. The only chance I will have to wear them is perhaps a walk in Hyde Park or round the Mountains in Geneva with my gf. So if you think they are nice, I will prob. go for it, because if I go for something cheaper, I will just end up buying several, and there is not much point to that IMO, because I could be wearing what I like better. Obviously, I'm not prepared to pay lpf prices though.