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“Had J.Crew never made a pair of high waist, cropped and flared white jeans, I never would have bought them, loved them and declared them a fixture of my summer wardrobe. They cost me $150, so were they cheap? No. But they also weren’t made cheaply — which is important. And in comparison to the designer iterations that […]
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As a kid, I never had any interest in owning a watch, and as the years went by and technology made them more and more superfluous–who needs a watch when you have a cell phone/tablet/laptop on you at all times?–I felt even less inclined to invest in one. Then I grew up and kind of […]