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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by ernest, Dec 6, 2004.

  1. ernest

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    (ernest @ 07 Dec. 2004, 1:23)
    Ernest, I'm across the pond, surely it easier for you to exchange shirts than it is for I, yet if I had a problem I would not complain with such bolster, ad nauseam (yes, and I know: don't call you Shirley). Jon.
    You have never had problems on 6 shirts among the 11 you bought (2 plastik + 3 too short + 1 too short and plastik) in the same time. You would not coplain? Ok and then? Do I have to do everything like you or can I have my own choices?

    Please read everything I wrote, not just half of it. Jon.

    What do you mean? What you will not complain because you can noy or because you do not want?
    OK: Of, course I would complain to H&K, but what I would not do is post the experience(s) on the web on at least two different forums, several times over, over the course of several months and mention my point so often, to the brink where the other members want to smack you and the moderator wants to ban you from the site. Jon.
    As Kaga asked me about how it was in Paris it seems I hadn't complained enough... Isn't it?
     
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    IMMSMC, I really wasn't asking for complaints, more at prices and selection, but anyway, let's drop this and get back to talking about shirts.
    And ernest, you're right, the salesguy in the Paris branch (frizzy hair?) is an asshole.
     
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    Yes, the Paruvian queer with his golden and diamond watch.

    I have never seen such a hypocrite.

    When I picked up 12 shirts, he was very pleasant, toldl be about his life, brought me to the 1 floor to showed me all the shirts he had...

    When I came back to exchange my defective shirts, he didn't even look at me.
    I tried some other shirts in the shop, some were also too short. I wanted to try others. Then the employee went and saw this sissy who said him to refund me....

    I said I didn't want to be refund but to have correct shirts.

    After a negociation, I managed to have the right to measure the sleeves without trying the shirt....

    By chance, I came back in the shop when the manager from London was here. I explained him everything and after that, like by magic, the sissy became very pleasant.

    6 months later, he was like my best friend one more time, talking me about his life, the famous people who were shopping in his shop, went me to the 1 floor...

    He is not running after the client. He prefer to refund you than having problems.

    He told me he had have several row with clients, a guy came this the police as the sissy didn't want to refund him...

    May be he is moody...


    So I do not want to have a row with him as I do not want to be obliged to go to London just for 6 shirts.

    If you could send a letter in right English complianing abouit the behaviour of this guy, iy would be making a service to H&K .
     
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    Have you tested his hypocrisie and his stupidity (he explained me that the girl working with him was not his collegue because he was her chief.)

    In the shop you can read =

    1 shirt = 72 euros
    3 shirts = 216 euros

    6 shirts = 402 euros
    12 shirts = 804 euros = stupid
     
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    Well, let's not get too homophobic here...
     
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    I can not compare with the choice in London as I only went to the small shop in Jermyn street (missed the over shop.).

    In Paris you have more choice than in this small shop where people are more friendly.

    The Paris shop seems to be completely independant. They do not know anything. They even do not know that their shirts are 2 fold or matching patterns. They always say me to ask London by myself if I have a problem with a shirt. They do not want to talk with London, just to send and receive shirt (at least I do not pay shipping).
     
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    (ernest @ 07 Dec. 2004, 11:21) Yes, Â the Paruvian queer with his golden and diamond watch. Then the employee went and saw this sissy who said him to refund me.... I explained him everything and after that, like by magic, the sissy became very pleasant.
    Well, let's not get too homophobic here...
    I am not homophobic. I just describe the guy... What happened with him?
     
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    (Kaga @ 07 Dec. 2004, 8:26)
    Yes, the Paruvian queer with his golden and diamond watch. Then the employee went and saw this sissy who said him to refund me.... I explained him everything and after that, like by magic, the sissy became very pleasant.
    Well, let's not get too homophobic here...
    I am not homophobic. I just describe the guy... What happened with him?
    Well, you use the words queer and sissy... How do you think that makes you appear? Jon.
     
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    Yes, Â the Paruvian queer with his golden and diamond watch. Then the employee went and saw this sissy who said him to refund me.... I explained him everything and after that, like by magic, the sissy became very pleasant.
    Well, let's not get too homophobic here...

    I am not homophobic. I just describe the guy... What happened with him?
    Well, you use the words queer and sissy... How do you think that makes you appear? Jon.
    Gay friendly
     
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    Site still out of order.
     
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    I'm sure they will get it up and running soon...just relax.

    Jon.
     
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    (ernest @ 08 Dec. 2004, 09:48) Site still out of order.
    I'm sure they will get it up and running soon...just relax. Jon.
    i will have a nervous break down if it does'nt work at the end of the week
     
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    (imageWIS @ 08 Dec. 2004, 4:34)
    Site still out of order.
    I'm sure they will get it up and running soon...just relax. Jon.
    i will have a nervous break down if it does'nt work at the end of the week
    Ernest, I'm begging you, get a higher paced hobby (or high-paced job for that matter): car racing, boxing, etc... I think the sartorial art moves at too slow of a pace for you. Jon.
     
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    what is the color of ?

    MD
    19
    970 (herringbones?)
    6639
    4
    6623 = my favorite
    6625
     
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    it's up now.

    edit: whoops, spoke too soon. most of the thumbnails are up and not little-boxes-with-question-marks, but none of the click-through links to detail photos are working as far as I could tell.

    regular shirts:
    1 or 2 shirts £45.00 each
    3, 4, or 5 shirts £44.00 each
    6 or more shirts £43.00 each

    luxury shirts: £99.50 each

    enjoy.
     
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    Cashmer scarves are nice because knitted. What worth the brand Kashmere? Why do we find so many woven scarves but not knitted?
     

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