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This is not to say that those who want to look good and have quality clothing must pay a lot of money. Rather, I think you can look good on almost any budget provided you have an eye for what works for you, a great alterations tailor, a great cobbler and a great dry cleaner. And time, time to search for the best quality you can find at the price you can afford, time to gain experience with what makes for a good and reliable tailor or maker and what makes for bad, time for quality to reveal itself and in so doing make its price justifiable, if not forgotten.

Réginald-Jérôme de Mans on quality and prices (via putthison)

You said it best.

Epic shizz from AEROPSIA

Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.

Einstein

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