I know this one went off topic -don't they all in the end?lol
Who really sees the tags you are wearing when you have your clothes on?
In the last few years knock offs have become more common here and god knows how many women have those fake LV bags, I mean they are so common I wouldn't bother buying a real one because everyone would think it was fake anyways.
To date, my best deals: a pair of leather knee high boots that I bought in the UK over 9 years ago for less than 20 USD... I still wear them! a timeless Gucci purse at a charity shop in Switzerland for $3 and a dress I saw in the UK for $100...and I bought it in India (yes tags and all) for $1
The cut and fabric are the most important aspect of a piece of clothing and if it suites your body type. I agree with Moon,it's an absolute sin that some places charge crazy prices for jackets that are unlined and end up looking cheap(ugh)
I'd have to say that designer tags inside clothing mean nothing to me other than when I see a designer piece and it's something really hideous and that's when I question "what fool would pay that much money for that?"
Just because you spend alot on a piece of clothing does not guarantee you will look good...
wwwww123 write: I never like to drive. I like to keep my hands and eyes free.
so i guess you either need to ahve your personal chauffeur or take the bus then.. we are driving off course yet again.. it is designer brands we are talking about..so you with a designer belt ..need to move over for real designer brand owners to have their say!...
More haste less speed would apply in your case www.
Speed reading is like gobbling down a big Mac. and you either choke on it or wonder what the hell you have just consumed...takes all the pleasure out of savoring the exquisite taste and beauty of language..of course unless all you read are dull dry scientific or financial reports..or pompous wordy legislations and acts..
wwwww123 write: Thats 4 guesses, no winners. U Can't count either??
The last was a sort of elaborating the generic Dumb..OK you win this time..what is your problem if you can't master your own language and spell correctly..
maybe you should learn Chinese or Japanese , they don't have dyslexia..only need good memory to master 3000 to 4000 words..
Between Ursula Andress and RW..they could floor every guy..they don't make them like those days now..and I am sure they had the real stuff too au naturale..
www.. I think you better pay attention to names otherwise you won't go far in you gigoloing...but of course just call them honey, darling, dear, sweetie pie..that way you won't be offending them..by forgetting their names..(lesson one)..Min..better start teaching this guy some real etiquette if we are going to make any fees at all!!
www...she is Racquel W..just make sure you get her name right should you ever meet her..apparently some years back her son married a British girl and at the wedding, full of paparazzi reporters landed in the small town chapel chasing after the mother-in-law rather than the bride..sure hate to be her daughter-in-law on her wedding day..to be upstaged by a glamourous mother-in-law..thank goodness she did not turn up with that famous bikini!
Min- My favorite dress designer-Issey Miyake , Donna Karan , Thiery Mugler. Shoes/bags- Gucci, Salvatore Farragamo, Bruno Magli..(should only buy at sales or factory outlets in Italy ) very small feet so must wear only Italian/ French/ Spanish designs..Jimmy Choos and Blahnik ..too high , only for red carpet appearances and grand balls ..
I design, sew, knit and crotchet my own clothes since I was a teenager.. but also buys designer clothes only if they are classic pieces that are worth their value and will last more than two seasons..since I used to be in the rag trade, I know what is good value..
RECYLCLING of clothes esp designer pieces is something I enjoy doing and currently trying to teach women in my charity to do it for a good cause. I do that all the time by taking them apart or adding pieces to make them into different garment. I ahve unpicked entire knitted jumpers and re-knit them into dresses and it is creative and satisfying. Quite a few London designers are creating one off pieces from old vintage clothes..
IN this day of mass-production, mothers and daughters have lost the great bonding opportunity to learn how to sew and knit..hence in Hollywood , some famous stars are reviving this therapeutic craft form.
So folks go through your wardrobe and give your old designer clothes a new lease of life by recycling..take them apart, re design them with all sorts of trimmings, cut them up and make them into something else..from pants to shorts, long dresses to short..have fun with them and you will be singing all the way to the bank in your new recylcled look!
I personally think that style and chic has little to do with brands..but more to do with the individual taste..I know people who spend a fortune on brand names just for the sake of flaunting them but look like an over-dressed christmas tree..but I also know those who buy brands for quality and assemble them well and look elegant but low-key..I also know people who mix and match branded stuff with cheap charity clothes and look like a million dollars..so the key is not to be a slave to fashion or brands..I know peopel who don't wear brand names and still look fabulous and individualistic..
just find what works best for your lifestyle and could put a personal stamp to your own taste and look..unfortunately fashion designers and the fashion industry love it when we could all copy their latest season and make them a fortune..I know, I had my own fashion business for several years and the profit margin for fashion goods is quite phenomenal..close to 1000% ..so don't be fooled by them..if u must have brand names ..go only when there is a sale..u don't need to be up to the minute..u just need to know what goes well for you..and make you confident and feel comfortable in it..there is nothing worse than 'dressing mutton to look like lamb..'
If I go thrift store shopping and look presentable, or sew my own clothes (a hobby I'm trying to learn to do), I will not appear physically attractive to men or women who shop exclusively at designer stores?
What is that all about? What does it matter? As long as the person can READ and carry on a COHERENT (god-forbid), INTELLIGENT conversation, they could be wearing a burlap sack on Rodeo Drive!
That's it! I'm starting my own line of clothing! Burlap sacks--all the new rage! Anyone want to write a press release?
I don't bother looking at whether a man is wearing brand name and I don't even notice quality of fabric and stitching, unless it's a powder blue polyester lycra leisure suit ... but like a $50 bill lying on the sidewalk, my eye is instantly averted towards a good-looking man in a tux ... yummmmm and men in clean, pressed suits. I would even say I go so far as to gawk.
Hot guys in anything else is also an eye-catcher but a tuxedo or a suit is ........ smokin'!