Rosemary Mac Cabe

Hemlines, heels and haute couture – your daily dose

On today’s ‘why did I spend all my money on hookers and booze?’ segment …

Everyone seems to be ignoring my posts, unless they’re, y’know, giving away a load of fitness gear, but I will persist! I will persevere! I will keep going! Fighting the good fashion fight, and so on (and so forth). Today’s …

Fri, Jan 13, 2012, 13:30

   

Everyone seems to be ignoring my posts, unless they’re, y’know, giving away a load of fitness gear, but I will persist! I will persevere! I will keep going! Fighting the good fashion fight, and so on (and so forth). Today’s object of desire is courtesy of Acne.

Isn’t that the most amazing powder-blue leather jacket you ever did see?! Buy it on My-Wardrobe.com for €990, or,  y’know, on MyTheresa.com for €900. Go figure. Maybe the perception is that, if you’re spending €900 on a jacket, you don’t care about that extra €90. Well that is crazy thinking, because if I spend €900 on a jacket, I’ll be using that extra €90 to buy Dutch Gold to keep me warm in the cardboard box I’m living in for the next six months. Just me?

(Update: Harvey Nichols has it for €960. Isn’t it great to have options?)

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