z33driver wrote:I was just in a Puma store last week. It is a cool store. I bought a pair of Ferrari driving shoes so I can drive my car without catching the edge of my shoe on the clutch or brake pedals.
I was checking those out - if I remember, they come in red and yellow.
Very sleek shoe. I didn't realize what they were made for, but the form makes a lot of sense now.
There's a neat article in this month's Fast Company magazine about Puma. Did you know Puma and Adidas were started by two brothers in the same town in Germany?
I'm enough of a clothing nerd that I actually did know that
I like Diesel. Dolce and Gabbana seems like unobtanium though, last weekend I was all over trying to find some place that carries them. hrug: Guess I'll have to go online.
I don't know where you live (should probably just check your profile), but D&C is sold in at least one or two shops per large city out here. Good stuff, too - if you buy they right thing. Like most labels, they put out a lot of good stuff, but then they put out some garbage that they know people will buy just because of who made it. That's the stuff I avoid - it usually has the label's name all over the garment. Very tacky, methinks.
Have you ever visited http://www.bluefly.com? Sometimes you can get good deals on there.
Yeah. The problem with bluefly is that a lot of the stuff is what's left over from what people didn't want.
It can be different if you're a strange size - then there's good stuff that they just couldn't sell because nobody could wear it.
Not sure where I'd go for online shopping. I was spoiled in Portland where we actually had halfway decent clothing stores.
Now I'm 2.5 hours south of Vancouver BC, and I might head up there just for the clothes. They have tons of good stuff up there...