Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
You have no sense of fun.
Ervell sale on gilt was terrible. Pricing was off on some items, and even the ones that were correctly on sale were poorly priced. I know somebodys gonna hop in and say "hrhrhr gilt is terrible" and it is, but usually Ervell sales enable me to snipe items at super low prices....
Yeah...I got a black pocket sweater in my cart, but I think I'm gonna pass on it.
Was hoping for a green oxide shirt or some blazers, oh well
The oxide shirts were cleared out early in the going when Gilt seemingly ran Ervell sales every other week a few months back.
Yeah, if they'd had any wool blazers (anything non-cotton, really), I might've gone for that. Not a fan of cotton blazers. edit:
+1. Pace has been really slow here since the upgrade. On the plus side, I'm pretty sure the lack of (non-noob) traffic made it easier for me to snag a WvG BD BD off of B&S for cheap.
these prices seem higher too. probably jacked em up a bit since they lost their ass on those $99 blazers.
Yeah, wish I'd gotten in on those.
I fit in, it's just a little grotesque.
I still can't decide if the cut of those shirts is unflattering to most frames or if the majority of people are confusing the tightest fit with the best fit. Most fit pictures show signs of pulling, especially around the waist.
You say this as though these were two different things.
That was my biggest problem with WvG shirts. They're solid, great fabric, buttons, and construction, but they pull way too much.
i don't know if I'd call it "terrible." Yeah there weren't any $99 blazers or $69 shirts or $39 pocket sweaters... but most of the prices were pretty fair. $130-ish for the pocket sweater is pretty decent. The shirts weren't that cheap, but still at least as good a price as any of the B&M/internet-shop stockists. Blazers were same price as they pretty much always are for those sales (with the exception of the $99 time).
If anything, previous Gilt sales prices were off.
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