17 April 2011
Bidding In Reverse
Crispy khakis, cut like fine dress pants, made of luxurious Italian fabric, the perfect shade of khaki with just a whiff of sheen about them. Unfinished hems. Made in Korea, but you know what? My trusted tailor is also from Korea. I'll keep these on a hanger, my "good khakis" for when I need (or want) to look especially crispy. (Just not at a funeral).
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Haha "crazy fellow" indeed. I like the new header, all two-button-sleeve jackets.
This post is making me miss the old Filene's Basement days something wicked. I recall the time I thought finding something for "charity" meant it was free! Ha ha...I was corrected by the women at the downstairs counter. Silly twenty-something...
It's called a Dutch auction when the bid starts high and is sold to the first bidder. Not that names matter--much.
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