- Joined Feb 14, 2014
so mad, green mets hat is what i wanted the most from this season. Didnt see early access til late
I grabbed the green cashmere too. I got so many compliments this past weekend on the light gray from the SS20 drop, I couldn’t resist.Same. Grabbed the green cashmere. Yankee hats from last week shipped today too along with Kith Yankee items. All in all, a solid day.
I thought it was just as simple as signing up for the mailing list? I've been getting it every week.was there ever a rough estimate shared on what needs to be spent to get early access?
Its my first cashmere purchase with ALD. Does it pill? All my J. Crew cashmere sweaters pill - super annoying to clean off after.I grabbed the green cashmere too. I got so many compliments this past weekend on the light gray from the SS20 drop, I couldn’t resist.
Expensive day with the hats, jeans, sweater and spectators. NB probably coming next week, FW20 part 2 after that, drakes and woolrich too. I should just hand Teddy me ATM card.
ALD is definitely more premium And thicker cashmere than JCrew, mine hasn’t pilled yet but regardless of price point I think that’s inevitable long term with cashmere at least in my experience. I’ve owned a bunch of mid tier cashmere sweaters ($200-$500 range) and the ALD pieces are the highest quality I’ve seen. I got the pink one as well when they went on sales after SS20, at 40% off they area no-brainer.I thought it was just as simple as signing up for the mailing list? I've been getting it every week.
Its my first cashmere purchase with ALD. Does it pill? All my J. Crew cashmere sweaters pill - super annoying to clean off after.
nah, tf and brunello are bang for bucks. its because you cheap out you end up paying more later when you can avoid that and pay premeium for long lastingI don’t think made in China = bad quality. It really depends on the brand and the factory they use. The reality is that the best factories are in China now because the west spent decades offshoring production. A lot of brands just opt for the cheaper level of work.
TF/Brunello are also definitely not bang for buck. When it comes to all cashmere knits, the most “bang for buck” are probably the makers out of the UK, like William Lockie.
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