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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. softy

    softy Senior member

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    Those $22 you paid were to ensure primo availability the day the sales hit. If you had bought now you would have to wade through XXL sizes and such. Spin the roulette
     
  2. Mr. Moo

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    Those $22 you paid were to ensure primo availability the day the sales hit. If you had bought now you would have to wade through XXL sizes and such. Spin the roulette

    XXL is my size [​IMG]

    I just think the principal is ridiculous. Instead of doing something small (minuscule on their bottom line) and making me really happy, they didn't do something small and made me never want to shop there again. Stupid.
     
  3. softy

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    XXL is my size [​IMG]

    I just think the principal is ridiculous. Instead of doing something small (minuscule on their bottom line) and making me really happy, they didn't do something small and made me never want to shop there again. Stupid.


    Ah, but you will.
    Sounds like they had the last laugh!

    Otoh, I empathize. I went to the dry cleaners to pick up a sweater and they refused to let me take it out of the shop unless i paid $5 in cash up front, which I did not have, as I wanted to pay with CC. This fraudulent "minimum charge" nonsense. I give them lots of cleaning, but they didn't want to put $5 on the tab for the next time. Told 'em to shove it, won't be going there anymore.
     
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    ^you can call your cc company and tell them they are refusing to accept their card, best done with amex

    you will get the last laugh
     
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    XXL is my size [​IMG]

    I just think the principal is ridiculous. Instead of doing something small (minuscule on their bottom line) and making me really happy, they didn't do something small and made me never want to shop there again. Stupid.


    yeah, losing a customer for life costs more than $22.
     
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    Some more. Actually mulling this. http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/RAF+SI...s/sr_salemen80 Would instakop this in a 48eu. http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/RAF+SI...s/sr_salemen80 Who the fuck would think of a cable knit embossed leather jacket. http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/NEIL+B...s/sr_salemen80 This is pretty cool, yooxfit notwithstanding, and HC gets little buzz around here but I have no idea what size that is. http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/HUSSEI...s/sr_salemen80 Seriously? That's your markdown? 3%? http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/JIL+SA...s/sr_salemen80
     
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    I almost copped the raf knit but I figured I'd stop at 40.
     
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    I almost copped the raf knit but I figured I'd stop at 40.

    Is that it? [​IMG]
     
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    Enough is enough, I'm selling 3 and I'm copping 4 in the next two weeks so I have to draw the line somewhere.

    What else 2 kop?
     
  12. Mr. Moo

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    Enough is enough, I'm selling 3 and I'm copping 4 in the next two weeks so I have to draw the line somewhere. What else 2 kop?
    Shoes. I always default to shoes. And leather. Is that Raf knit with the Mr. Fantastic arms supposed to crazy stack?
     
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    I think so, I believe it's quite fitted. Normally I don't do ribbed knits but that is one ribbing I wouldn't mind and I like the neck in addition to the color. I dunno maybe I cop if it goes dirt cheap.

    I have all the shoes I want and have some custom trickers in process now along with augusta boots coming hopefully january expected eta. I only have one leather jacket (mmm) which I need to get the sleeves taken up a bit and a suede ervell bomber. Maybe ccp overlock later but not many tickle my fancy. I have loads of button ups and pants of all types too along with blazers. I need more socks like some cosmic and white mountaineering softy help me out here jeezus. Need some good ragg socks for my boots what's good again I forgot??? Want some marled moistness.

    I am missing a really really sick jacket non-leather, though I have a burgundy/black raf puffy wool jacket/blazer thing and a jil thigh length coat. Maybe a junya fishtail?
     
  15. Mr. Moo

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    ^ no clue about socks... i wear white champions with boots most of the time. work well for me. QUESTION: I have this shirt: http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...roducts_id=298 Is there something like this in terms of style and material, in a burgundy color? I love the heavier denim, but can't find a burgundy/dark red anywhere.
     
  16. brad-t

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    cmon man, you fell for that

    No, just hoped

    I know nothing genuine about softy
     
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    ^ no clue about socks... i wear white champions with boots most of the time. work well for me.

    QUESTION: I have this shirt: http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...roducts_id=298

    Is there something like this in terms of style and material, in a burgundy color? I love the heavier denim, but can't find a burgundy/dark red anywhere.


    tell kiya to make some

    need to step mc game up, need sick wool trousers with cuff think i will start a threak over there
     
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    tell kiya to make some

    need to step mc game up, need sick wool trousers with cuff think i will start a threak over there


    This is a good idea [​IMG]

    Re: wool... edmorel's Panta line seems to be getting rave reviews over at MC.
     
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