who has the best style in town?

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saget

United States

#1 Jan 19, 2013
Like different, unique. Name some peeps
Bird

Point Pleasant, WV

#2 Jan 19, 2013
Dave Seagrave..
Tricycle John

Point Pleasant, WV

#3 Jan 19, 2013
Bird wrote:
Dave Seagrave..
Yep, Dave Seagrave. One arm just a swingin loose and the other just a lookin for a ride home... Ah you can tell by the way he uses his walk he's a woman's man, no time to talk... Ah, ha, ha, ha, lookin for a ride, lookin for a ride.
psycho

Ravenswood, WV

#4 Jan 19, 2013
come on loud moutrh uning th freaken bell dip stick
TheArabPrincessJ CP

AOL

#5 Jan 19, 2013
The Baconist, hands down. He dresses well, between Macy's and JCP shoes, he's the winner. No bias, partiality, or prejudice here, just know a well dressed man when I see one - or read between the lines on the Topix Forum and interpret his savoire-faire style in his posts. Cool dude, he is THE MAN.

He can't help it. He's in a league all to his own.
R the rest of u boys jealous? LOL
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#6 Jan 19, 2013
TheArabPrincessJCP wrote:
The Baconist, hands down. He dresses well, between Macy's and JCP shoes, he's the winner. No bias, partiality, or prejudice here, just know a well dressed man when I see one - or read between the lines on the Topix Forum and interpret his savoire-faire style in his posts. Cool dude, he is THE MAN.
He can't help it. He's in a league all to his own.
R the rest of u boys jealous? LOL
wow, you have a crush on bacon. thats sweet. why dont you ask him to go to bible study with ya. he can get all slicked up in his macy's best.
Back door Bill

Ravenswood, WV

#7 Jan 19, 2013
Nadia dresses in some of the finest yard sale duds. A little Dollar general makeup she probably lifted. Smells nice to. Ode de toilet from Par Mar.
Leesa

Point Pleasant, WV

#8 Jan 19, 2013
I say Physco every girl crazy bout a sharp dressed Man yumm yum :)
TheArabPrincessJ CP

AOL

#9 Jan 21, 2013
fitness-guru wrote:
<quoted text>wow, you have a crush on bacon. thats sweet. why dont you ask him to go to bible study with ya. he can get all slicked up in his macy's best.
R u jealous Goo-Roo? It is sweet, isn't it? Hey, he said it in his various posts - he's a man of style and good taste considering where he shops. You can't fault him for that - except for the part where he says he returns his shoes to JCP every 3 months. LOL
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#10 Jan 21, 2013
TheArabPrincessJCP wrote:
<quoted text>
R u jealous Goo-Roo? It is sweet, isn't it? Hey, he said it in his various posts - he's a man of style and good taste considering where he shops. You can't fault him for that - except for the part where he says he returns his shoes to JCP every 3 months. LOL
JC pennys is low class. in normans sooner mall we have dillards. which is a step above macys. our mall is getting rid of pennys and sears. replacing them with marshall fields and neiman marcus but you wouldnt know about those types of places cause your from the atlanta gettos.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#11 Jan 21, 2013
how about that ?
TheArabPrincessJ CP

AOL

#12 Jan 22, 2013
fitness-guru wrote:
<quoted text>JC pennys is low class. in normans sooner mall we have dillards. which is a step above macys. our mall is getting rid of pennys and sears. replacing them with marshall fields and neiman marcus but you wouldnt know about those types of places cause your from the atlanta gettos.
Alright, Goo-Roo, it's on. Thems fightin' words. First of all, I did the Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor route in The A-T-L and being the Arab bargain-shopper that I am, learned very quickly and early on that over-priced, paying for a name, was not the way to "spend" my hard-earned moola. Macy's became my favorite dept store and shopping experience of choice.

JCPenneys is not low class. They have come a long way and back in the Day, in the 1980s, they really upped their game and the merchandise and were able to compete with the likes of Macys, Richs, etc. They have maintained that status for the past 30 years and recently over the past decade, they did a phenomenal job with their color-coding, coordinating, mix and matching, and pricing strategy. Myron "Mike" Ullmann was the CEO and the sales and coupons offered by his delegation were terrific. We'll have to see how Ron Johnson fares with his strategies - so far not so good. He has to bring back the coupons.

The quality, style, durability, and value for the price are unmatched by competitors. One is able to purchase so much more there and stretch the proverbial dollar. Quite satisfying to the savvy shopper.

Prior to Macys moving inn, Kaufmann's was the place to shop. Again, great style, durability, materials, design, construction was key and there were terrific sales, coupons, etc. That changed when they were acquired by Macys - not the same lines nor great sales.

Dillards - love 'em, as well as Belk, but they aren't in these parts. In fact, Dillards was supposed to move in at our wonderful downtown mall after Monkey Wards went out of business. That deal never materialized and we got Brickstreet Insurance (replaced Workers Comp) instead.(Must be nice to have that expendible income to build new. Just sayin.) They got a brand new building and everything - tore down the part previously leased by Monkey Wards and tore down the Bob Evans, too - to make way for a parking lot. Progress? No, just the way they do things in The Dub-Vee, Bass-ackwards.

That is a pet peeve of mine, as well as others in the Big City here, our mall is migrating into a stomping ground for non-retail businesses and companies. Not good. Part of this can be blamed on "Retail Mania" located on Corridor G, and part due to poor city and mall mgt planning. Tsk. Tsk. Shame. Shame. You can't draw B&O Tax if the stores are outside of city limits either - but that's another story.

What I don't understand is how all these retailers can turn a profit when there is only 1.8 Million people in the state. We have 3 Lowe's within a 25-mile radius of each other as well as 2 Home Depots. Back in the day, there was one rinky-dink, small Lowe's in town. I suppose they can take the hit because they are a national retailer and can make it up elsewhere. The clothing stores may follow suit, although the parking lots are always packed out on the "G". Not my taste and I don't care to drive all the way out there to begin with. Tried and true, JCP is the light, the truth, and the way. Followed by Elder-Beerman (BonTon), Macys and Sears and for the discount variety - Kmart.

Dillards above Macys - now, I don't know about that...Macys probably edges them out by a nose.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#13 Jan 22, 2013
google .. made in america department stores. it still can be done people !
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#14 Jan 22, 2013
ross perot should have been president. that giant sucking sound you hear. is your job and your manufactured goods being made elswhere. its all slick willies fault.
Bird

Point Pleasant, WV

#15 Jan 22, 2013
TheArabPrincessJCP wrote:
<quoted text>Alright, Goo-Roo, it's on. Thems fightin' words. First of all, I did the Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor route in The A-T-L and being the Arab bargain-shopper that I am, learned very quickly and early on that over-priced, paying for a name, was not the way to "spend" my hard-earned moola. Macy's became my favorite dept store and shopping experience of choice.

JCPenneys is not low class. They have come a long way and back in the Day, in the 1980s, they really upped their game and the merchandise and were able to compete with the likes of Macys, Richs, etc. They have maintained that status for the past 30 years and recently over the past decade, they did a phenomenal job with their color-coding, coordinating, mix and matching, and pricing strategy. Myron "Mike" Ullmann was the CEO and the sales and coupons offered by his delegation were terrific. We'll have to see how Ron Johnson fares with his strategies - so far not so good. He has to bring back the coupons.

The quality, style, durability, and value for the price are unmatched by competitors. One is able to purchase so much more there and stretch the proverbial dollar. Quite satisfying to the savvy shopper.

Prior to Macys moving inn, Kaufmann's was the place to shop. Again, great style, durability, materials, design, construction was key and there were terrific sales, coupons, etc. That changed when they were acquired by Macys - not the same lines nor great sales.

Dillards - love 'em, as well as Belk, but they aren't in these parts. In fact, Dillards was supposed to move in at our wonderful downtown mall after Monkey Wards went out of business. That deal never materialized and we got Brickstreet Insurance (replaced Workers Comp) instead.(Must be nice to have that expendible income to build new. Just sayin.) They got a brand new building and everything - tore down the part previously leased by Monkey Wards and tore down the Bob Evans, too - to make way for a parking lot. Progress? No, just the way they do things in The Dub-Vee, Bass-ackwards.

That is a pet peeve of mine, as well as others in the Big City here, our mall is migrating into a stomping ground for non-retail businesses and companies. Not good. Part of this can be blamed on "Retail Mania" located on Corridor G, and part due to poor city and mall mgt planning. Tsk. Tsk. Shame. Shame. You can't draw B&O Tax if the stores are outside of city limits either - but that's another story.

What I don't understand is how all these retailers can turn a profit when there is only 1.8 Million people in the state. We have 3 Lowe's within a 25-mile radius of each other as well as 2 Home Depots. Back in the day, there was one rinky-dink, small Lowe's in town. I suppose they can take the hit because they are a national retailer and can make it up elsewhere. The clothing stores may follow suit, although the parking lots are always packed out on the "G". Not my taste and I don't care to drive all the way out there to begin with. Tried and true, JCP is the light, the truth, and the way. Followed by Elder-Beerman (BonTon), Macys and Sears and for the discount variety - Kmart.

Dillards above Macys - now, I don't know about that...Macys probably edges them out by a nose.
You surely didn't read all this without nodding out did you Guru...
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#16 Jan 22, 2013
bird youve been married long enough to know that you HAVE to sound like your interested in what women say. failure to do so results in T.V. dinners for a few days. yes i read all of it zzzzz....
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#17 Jan 22, 2013
JCP is alright in my book, she just needs to put her bible in the night stand and go see a chipindales strip show every now and then. she should take cindi with her. (just kidding cindy)
Bird

Point Pleasant, WV

#18 Jan 22, 2013
fitness-guru wrote:
bird youve been married long enough to know that you HAVE to sound like your interested in what women say. failure to do so results in T.V. dinners for a few days. yes i read all of it zzzzz....
I nodded out paragraph one...No T.V. Dinners at the Bird house...Homemade vegetable soup as a matter of fact... If I had to put up with that babble,no way we'd of made it to year 25...I'll keep mine thank you...(neither of us has to try to prove to the world how smart we are...lol...!)
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#19 Jan 22, 2013
there is a reason why some people seek to show everyone else how smart they are. but they sure as hell dont want fitness-guru to give them the reason. im very blunt. they wont like it.
TheArabPrincessJ CP

AOL

#20 Jan 23, 2013
fitness-guru wrote:
ross perot should have been president. that giant sucking sound you hear. is your job and your manufactured goods being made elswhere. its all slick willies fault.
Yes, it is Billy's fault - NAFTA. And they want to blame Prez Bush for it...

However, no complaints from JCP - all those great deals at JCP are due to manufacturers in Indonesia, China, etc....and the construction is very well made.

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