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You can read the original post here – Meet Diana . Most of it’s still true, but I’ll highlight some of the things I like about her:

A duct tape dummy is for the most part inexpensive ($40-$80) and can really be done by anyone.  I do recommend using heavy duty duct tape though, too cheap and it won’t hold up and the whole project will be a waste of time.

Clothing isn’t an investment in the traditional sense (it never gains value, and you’ll never sell an item of clothing for more than it was purchased), but it’s good to think of it like a down payment on your daily comfort, your confidence in your appearance, and the utility of your wardrobe. For example, having a couple pairs of really nice jeans that fit well, make you look good, and last forever is better than having six pairs of jeans that look “okay”, are just kind of comfy, and fall apart after a year. In the same vein, spending $100 on a single high-fashion t-shirt is a bit much, but there’s nothing wrong with spending $40 on a three-pack of nice t-shirts you know you’ll be excited to wear every day. You spend a lot of time in your clothes, so why not spring for nice items you know you’ll wear all the time?

The dimensions shown seem to work well with the most commonly encountered uniform sizes, but you can easily adjust any dimension as needed to make "Gus" fit the uniform.

I really didn’t know if it was going to work out several days ago, though I have given my general high regard for Rolex and sneaking admiration for their sometimes strange design decisions. In the end, though, I ended up liking the Air-King for it is itself now, not what was like before. And, with its minutes-centric layout and resistance to magnetic pollution, it actually makes a specious case for being a pilot’s watch (though I bet if the driver of Bloodhound SSC, ex-RAF pilot Andy Green, straps one on for his stab at breaking his own record, he’ll be hoping to hell he doesn’t become airborne while wearing it). Generaly speaking, it’s a very solid addition to the Rolex lineup and the best watch for men  to wear–with a dial that will be providing keen enjoyment to the horologically inclined by giving us something about which to get angry with each other for years to come.

1. Don't Be So Damn Square Before we start talking about styles of shoes, let's talk shape. If you're still walking around in square-toe, rubber-soled lace-ups—the kind you buy on the cheap and that make you look like you've got platypus feet—grab them from your closet and toss them.

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But now we are seeing variations of this idea for window displays, party decor or in private homes and offices as an alternative to having a Christmas tree.

ahaha. i work at o ross now and i’ve been forwarding this to all my fellow employees. even the managers are getting a kick out of it.

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Clothing isn’t an investment in the traditional sense (it never gains value, and you’ll never sell an item of clothing for more than it was purchased), but it’s good to think of it like a down payment on your daily comfort, your confidence in your appearance, and the utility of your wardrobe. For example, having a couple pairs of really nice jeans that fit well, make you look good, and last forever is better than having six pairs of jeans that look “okay”, are just kind of comfy, and fall apart after a year. In the same vein, spending $100 on a single high-fashion t-shirt is a bit much, but there’s nothing wrong with spending $40 on a three-pack of nice t-shirts you know you’ll be excited to wear every day. You spend a lot of time in your clothes, so why not spring for nice items you know you’ll wear all the time?