I learned today that it's dangerous to store combustibles such as clothing near the fuse box or electrical intake. I keep my off-season wardrobe under the stairs, and the electrical intake/fuse box is also under the stairs. How far away do I need to keep this stuff? What is a safe distance?
Is it feasible to use compact-o-stuff vacuum bags to reduce the crowding in the understair cupboard? [more inside]
posted by tel3path
on Feb 27, 2013 -
I want to be more stylish. Help? Looking for both general style tips and specific clothing recommendation. [more inside]
posted by wooh
on Feb 24, 2011 -
Please help me come up with a reasonable comprehensive list for back-to-school wardrobe requirements for 16 year old boy, and 13 and 12 year old girls, living in New England and doing their laundry once a week. [more inside]
posted by maloon
on Aug 10, 2010 -
I'm looking for good suggestions for buying US clothes on the Internet from overseas. Clothes are so expensive here in Australia that I think it might be cheaper even with the added shipping costs. I'm looking for male clothes that could be worn to the office - trousers, shirts, shoes.
posted by Dag Maggot
on Aug 5, 2009 -
I've happily gained some weight recently - now I'm at the size at which I'd like to stay for the forseeable future, would you help me rebuild my wardrobe? [more inside]
posted by teraspawn
on Jul 24, 2009 -
How would a 23 year-old male become more fashionable? The only time I feel dressed well is when I wear a suit. How can I fix this? It's difficult for me to find clothes that I feel fit me well because of my 6'3" 185 lb frame. [more inside]
posted by decrescendo
on Feb 24, 2009 -
Wardrobe software. Has nobody done this? Wouldn't a social webapp for clothing be fiercely awesome? [more inside]
posted by Firas
on May 12, 2007 -
What do I wear or how do I modify my current business wardrobe when I'm in the middle of losing weight and my clothes are too big, but I've still got a long way to go? [more inside]
posted by anonymous
on Oct 13, 2005 -
What's the deal? It's not like a newborn cares about bows and ruffles, and it's not like she'll grow up any more or less feminine as a result of what she wears.
Boys' clothes are much simpler and seem to have cooler designs, and some of the unisex stuff is pretty good, but all the girl stuff seems pastelly and flowery. Where are the primary colors for girls, the animals and trucks and fire engines. And does anyone make black baby clothes?
posted by SobaFett
on May 18, 2005 -