“You can get almost anything tailored,” advises Christy Rilling, a New York based tailor who has worked with stars from Jennifer Lawrence to Rosie Huntington Whiteley. Beyond taking up trouser hems or changing linings in a jacket, Rilling and her team can rebuild pieces to a client’s measurements (her regulars often have their online shopping sent directly to the studio), add or remove sleeves, revive tattered vintage finds, and even make your boots look better. “So many women walk around in boots that don’t fit them at the ankle, or that hang,” she said.
“I honestly feel like I could cry,” she said after reading terms of the settlement. “It’s certainly a moment I’ve been waiting for, and the fact Iowa didn’t waste time and was able to get something done this quickly will help protect consumers who are buying these dogs without knowing they are not from rescues. Hopefully it’s a watershed moment in our fight and others will follow.”.
People need to stop saying such dumb shit based on their own assumptions and pretending they fact.You can compare spaghetti to fashion. Jesus. Get a fucking job in a fucking company that fucking manufactures things before believing all the stupid shit you read online.Nothing pisses me off more than all the people saying shit like this online as if it true when they have no personal knowledge.
Guess you haven noticed all the condos and apartment buildings going up (three on Passaic Ave in just the last two years). Do you think those will be filled with older Italian Americans with their Trump flags, desperately hanging onto a warped view of what they think America should look like? Or do you think they be filled with working class people (of all shades (gasp!)) and middle class people and young people, all who tend to vote against the minority rule party currently in power. Oh, you think all the complaints at the town meetings about the townhouses are about “taxes” or “schools” or whatever other dog whistle complaint is the flavor of the day?.
Jump to contentmy subredditsFor context, I was pondering this question earlier because sometimes I get asked where I got a piece of clothing and a lot of the time the answer is “oh just a random thrift store in. Uh. Thailand/Bulgaria/Spain/wherever” and that sent me on a train of thought that I love to hear all your opinions on..
Not my boyfriend pants The oversized, comfortable looking cuffed denims that women team with a vest or top may look like they been borrowed from a boyfriend and are even called pants (or pants but a closer look will reveal that they too narrow at the waist or too curvy to actually belong to a man. These jeans have been bought from the women section. Says fashion stylist Jasleen Kaur Gupta, shaped to flatter a woman curves.