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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
totally meant to be in random exercise thoughts.
i have too much grey/black/charcoal..need color palette now.
after i sold/gave away all my workwear type clothes, i haven't been very cheerful with my wardrobe (5). no colors is kind of sad.
You on that Grey Poupon tip? I hear that's the baller of the mustard kingdom, it rides around in a Rolls
This place is heaven on earth for the connoisseur of fine mustards.
I'm so confused, are you guys talking about mustard the color or mustard the condiment? If the latter, you all need to try Monastery Mustard. Best mustard made by nuns that I've ever tasted.
Are you thinking of something similar to the Damir Doma stuff from recent seasons?
neither. Mustards, a class of chemicals most associated with chemical weapons, including nitrogen mustard
I do love a good mustard though, just not the color. Sometimes simple things are the best like today I sliced up a tomato, some kirkland olive oil, maldon on that shit and ate with a baguette and brie shit was delicious.
On an unrelated note who the fuck is going to cop the ck collection padded swole arm sweater?
A good rust is good.
I wasn't, but now I am. Mind linking me?
My mom makes homemade mustard for a living and it is so good, but some people don't like the thick grainy mustards. Hot Garlic mustard with a ton of horseradish is the best.
Good call, I never really look into Lanvin for some reason. I'll have to start checking it out
I'm pissed off that Uniqlo sold out of the mustard and wine cord shirts in my size almost as soon as they were launched.
methinks this will take quite a bit of effort and $$$
Had homemade mustard made by a friend over the summer. It was as good as anything I've purchased. Also, the mustard at The Stage in midtown is soooo good. It's half the reason that The Stage has my favorite corned beef.
Also, from WWD Twitter feed: "During the financial crisis, Bottega Veneta didn't fire anybody & increased communications spending. It kept investing in artisans. #WWDCEO" (Part of the reason I like BV, though I have yet to own a single item. Being broke, well not really broke...uh, being not-rich sucks...?)
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