So after two years of Manhattanization, my closet is gradually becoming less conservative and more West Village/fashion victim. Otherwise, I've adopted a taste for obnoxious colored prints by Etro and Paul Smith. Today I was in heaven. Paul Smith, 5th Ave store. All remaining winter clothes~ 75% off. There was very little in my size when I arrived around 4ish... the sale began in the morning. I managed to grab a nice pair of cotton slacks for $65, a button down shirt with a newsprint design for 50, and a brown leather belt for $25. I really liked the jackets that were remaining, but didnt find anything in my size. The bluefly outlet store also had an interesting promotional sale--mostly crap, but I managed to rumage a bit and find a dunhill tie and RL PL polo (everything is $25). Shot my budget for the month and I still have the warehouse sale in late february...decisions, decisions.