Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Jun 22, 2007.
Not sure if mentioned, but Far Fetch summer sale is going on.
Opening Ceremony sale is going on. Some good stuff left, though I'd probably do a phone order rather than rely on their shitty web shop
Dude I didn't think I'd ever be able to get those Maine Guide Chukkas. Last size left, too. Sweet! Thanks!
But you have to ask yourself, is it really? I've read too much about their poor service in this thread to even waste my time.
Antonioli up to 50% now.
i called oc yesterday to place my order and they were very helpful, i was even able to get something that says sold out on the webstore.
i love how it says guidi on sale and directly below in finer print the flyer says sales exclude guidi
I was just coming here to post about the Suspension Point sale, but I see I was beaten to it.
Sinnedk: The list of designers is simply what we are carrying for SS12 and it clearly states the sale is up to 50% off so I would say no fail .
Not to wade into the debate, but, uh, no...
i understood that, but it looks funny
I'm glad that you have found a buying philosophy that you are comfortable with.
However, most of the readers of this thread follow a different strategy: wait for two specific periods of the year to make the majority of our purchases.
Which is better? Coke or Pepsi; it's up to the individual. Regardless, that discussion should be left out of the thread.
It's just as annoying as the posters who head onto other threads and complain about $400 sneakers being too expensive.
My faith in OC doing anything right is so low that I imagine this is a situation similar to that guy who had a Schneider piece reserved last fall until some moronic OC associate decided to sell it to someone else.
If I bought clothes at retail I'd have like four things total and they wouldn't necessarily be any better than what I have now.
I thought the same thing when I saw that...and even contemplated calling about a jacket I want that says "sold out" on the site, but knew I'd just get a clueless sales associate who wasn't even sure if they sold that brand.
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