- Jun 4, 2017
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Yes, certainly not hard to imagine what someone’s position is when they say something along the likes of “stick to” sports/selling clothes/dribbling/etc.I don't think that takes much imagination. And personally, I'm not much interested in what he thinks here. He can take it to the sinkhole of CE.
An editorial media view from an online retailer doesn't need to "both sides" any political stance. Every brand is a media brand now, the old rotten fence that halfway existed between editorial and commerce in media, was never even there for brands and they are going to 99% aligns with what their customers view$ are.the bulk of which is consumed in liberal urban centers.
me showing up to an SJW rally in the RRL I bought off Mr. PorterMeh, or at least, it's not that hard to predict what the political stance of most clientele groups. Even for "timeless, classic" fashion, the bulk of stores and sales are in the cities, and, from what I can tell from our traffic, and the traffic of several other fashion.style sites with which I am associated, from the liberal bastions like academia and college towns throughout the US. In college towns across the US, universities have become improbable ambassadors of "fashion" or at least higher end clothing. It's a weird phenomenon for sure, as academics have been traditonally known to dress poorly.
That said, I can understand why conservatives would want clothing retailers, clothing brands, musicians, etc... to have publicly neutral stances. Otherwise, if you are really going to "buy with yout poilitics", you might end up with some fairly limited choices. I always watch with fascination eery election cycle to see who the Republicans can finangle to do their music.
That's the thing I cant try them. I am interested in the NYC ones. I am a 7.5 in gucci but a size 8 in Church's and grenson's.Depends a lot on which maker, and even then, j1 size probably isn't the best reference for something like this. Best to try on a few pairs before committing.