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14-07-2006
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^ i used to work there...the knits are very low quality..always stretch out
but i agree, it's the best midrange when it comes to no nonsense shopping for women..
my friend told me this fall/winter promises to be even more luxurious and more expensive of course...

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the knits are very low quality..always stretch out
I totally hear you... that's the first thing I noticed about their clothes.
I've never been that crazy of Club Monaco. My friend (the one I was talking about) had a complete wardrobe. She and I did so many giveaways (we were about 12 years old, so we didn't need "old people's clothes"), some people considered us lucky but I didn't think it was a big deal.

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chanel FOR ME.

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Burberry Prorsum. Bottega Veneta and Prada are close behind though.

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How boring.

But it would have to be McQueen because he keeps it as far from boring as possible and has recently returned to form.

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17-07-2006
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No Doubt Bottega Veneta!!

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Calvin Klein or Marc Jacobs.

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Marc Jacobs of course

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17-07-2006
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Definitely OKTOBER! Nice, beautiful, chic, stylish, comfortable, perfect.

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18-07-2006
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It's very possible I would end up with Chaiken or even Akris. Oooh! or Diane Von Furstenberg. I'll get it together in a minute.

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Quote:
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^ i used to work there...the knits are very low quality..always stretch out
but i agree, it's the best midrange when it comes to no nonsense shopping for women..
my friend told me this fall/winter promises to be even more luxurious and more expensive of course...
It IS absolutely nonsense! I bought a belted navy double strap tank top from there this summer. The belt unwound itself at the dry cleaners! But for some reason I am still so interested in seeing the upcoming line for Fall. There is just something about the simple, mindless pickings about this store that you can mix and match with alot of stuff. I think its a good store to buy basics from if you buy alot of them.

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Chanel but Moschino (and Mischino C&C) is right behind.

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18-07-2006
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man. this is tough. i love akris & sari gueron (yes. two very different styles, i'm aware). i can't really choose in between the two.




















yea. can't choose =(

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You girls have it so easy! Everyone loves Chanel! (Okay, generalization, but still.)

I'd say Prada for me. The Fall/Winter 2006 and Spring/Summer 2007 were really good. Enough boring stuff for basics, and enough funky items for fun and trends.

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