yes, let's at least give it the ole' community college try.Does it have to be unbiased? And are we supposed to filter out the puns, inside jokes, and sarcastic comments and put on, at least for appearances' sake, our best selves like for synagogue on shabbat? Inquiring minds want to know.
Very cheap, and very sturdy. Their heavy cotton socks are bullet proof. None of that flimsy, thin cotton you get with Bresciani for example.Mostly cheap, though.
On another note: simply posting "xyz is totally cool, I don't buy anything else and neither should you" is not actually considered a review.
Trees from Nordstrom, JAB, AE are all made by Woodlore, and yes they do the job.Shoe trees as a fellow forumite was asking: for us americans nordstrom rack shoe trees are the cheapest and do the job. I cannot justify 35 or 90 dollar shoe trees when they do the same thing as 14 dollar ones.
http://www.footfitter.com/c/travel-shoe-trees.htmlTrees from Nordstrom, JAB, AE are all made by Woodlore, and yes they do the job.
I just wish I could find a lightweight pair for travel. These really weigh a carry on down.
I imagine some require more ironing to get to that stage. Certainly some of my tacky CT shirts require just the briefest of carresses with the iron. Some others require more elbow grease and steam.I have no idea what people mean when they say a shirt is hard to iron.
You just iron the bloody thing till you are happy enough to wear it don't you .
How can something be "hard to iron"