Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.
I was interested in these but didn't pull the trigger. Maybe a pair will pop up on eBay.
Just how difficult would it be to include accurate measurements in the product description? Fabric is cut by computers, which means that the actual measurements are in software. I'm certain there's a way to export template data to numbers that consumers can understand and use to make buying decisions.
I think it was the design team trying something on, like how Rugby's (and later, Polo's) stylists tried to make socks and sandals a thing for women - and succeeded. But yeah, measurements would make a huge difference. So many sites have at least some kind of guide, so it's bizarre that Ralph Lauren doesn't.
Sorry to keep flooding the thread of photos of this jacket, but I just got this varsity sweatervest (Gucci! Who would have thought?) and I love how it pairs with the satin flight jacket. Shout out to Mr Porter for the fantastic customer experience.
No need to apologize. We're all clothes horses here, Bethany. We LIKE photos of clothing.
That jacket is freaking beautiful.
Yes we like photos of clothing! I bought something from Mr. Porter too and I had the same wonderful experience, they are very good at their job. But... is summer by now (at least here in EU), are you still wearing sweatervest?
Haha, nah it's finally getting warm here, this will all be retired until it gets chilly again.
Bump. Anyone have these "limited edition" made in the USA tees? Other than the cool prints, are they work the extra dough over the regular tees?
I've got that one. It's hand stitched, super soft. The nicest tshirt I own, for whatever that is worth.
Bethany, your feedback is worth a lot! I'm a sucker for heather grey tees. I also like the graphics on this one. Trigger just pulled
Awesome, I hope you like it! I got mine in NYC at Dave's suggestion and I'm glad I did.
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