Crazy About Carhartt

We know “The North Face” means — “Ghetto Clothes” — but what about Carhartt?  I’ve heard a lot about Carhartt over the years, and a lot of guys I know wear Carhartt, but until recently, I never spent any money on Carhartt clothing.

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Fender Versus Gibson: Branded Clothing

We know Fender and Gibson make outstanding guitars — but when you’re spending Big Money on buying electric axes — you also want to demonstrate your loyalty beyond the amp and in the street.  You aren’t showing off, you’re merely expressing your implied, private, branding in public.  This review will focus on the clothing branding of both powerhouse companies and we’ll start with Gibson.

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The Dress Makes a Woman

by Tammy Tillotson

“Something Old,
Something New,
Something Borrowed,
Something Blue”

Women spend an exorbitant amount of time, energy, and money in search of the perfect dress for the perfect occasion. Racks of dresses are aimlessly cast aside because they fail to accentuate the desirable features of a woman’s physique.

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A Change in Fashion

by Evan Stair

First let me say that I am not a fashion expert. As I close in on middle age I notice it less and less. You have to remember that I have seen the “long hair, lamb chop, hip-hugger-bell bottom” era to the current “anything weird goes” phase. I know that what annoys me today will be accepted in my eyes eventually. However quickly after I accept this current fashion trend, the youth of our nation get it into their heads that it is time to shock us once again.

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