Random Fashion Questions: Notts People


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Dolphin Jr.
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10 posts since 17/9/09

25 Sep 2009 01:55
I'm moving up to Notts in just over a week and need a job so that I can afford food / expensive fashunzzz. Can anyone recommend anywhere good to look for a weekend job?
joeyjojo
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4714 posts since 24/8/06

6 Oct 2009 12:22
anyone have or know any that has any Rock City Editor's tickets for sale please?
hdsy-
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3904 posts since 30/4/06

6 Oct 2009 14:38
antigroban wrote: Does anyone know a good tailor in Nottingham?

this might sound a bit weird but i get my tailoring done by this bridal designer in the city centre

http://www.kulatsurdiu.co.uk/

has done a really good job on the trousers/jeans i've taken in to her but she isn't the fastest/cheapest (£10-15 and 7-14 days for tapering and hemming)

more basic jobs i get done at tailor maid which is in between the park and lenton. she's really good at denim repairs/darning but has weird opening hours

http://www.cylex-uk.co.uk/company/tailor-maid-13014554.html
joeyjojo
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4714 posts since 24/8/06

16 Nov 2009 20:26
Ive just found out some incredible news fellow Nottinghamtarians…

Apparently, the founder of AC Milan was an English lace maker born on our very own Mansfield Road (funnily enough where the Italian restaurant Chico's is now). He immigrated to Italy to exchange his skills and was a keen footballer so founder AC. Also, according to BBC news he mainly played as a striker, but could play anywhere including goalkeeper. Also, he used to smoke and drink…. whilst playing football. What a man… Herbert Kilpin …. i salute you.

I have walked that road countless times, and although Ive always known it was legendary, never knew 'Manno Roado' was such so culturally rich.
scamster
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185 posts since 13/8/09

16 Nov 2009 20:33
joeyjojo wrote: Ive just found out some incredible news fellow Nottinghamtarians…

Apparently, the founder of AC Milan was an English lace maker born on our very own Mansfield Road (funnily enough where the Italian restaurant Chico's is now). He immigrated to Italy to exchange his skills and was a keen footballer so founder AC. Also, according to BBC news he mainly played as a striker, but could play anywhere including goalkeeper. Also, he used to smoke and drink…. whilst playing football. What a man… Herbert Kilpin …. i salute you.

I have walked that road countless times, and although Ive always known it was legendary, never knew 'Manno Roado' was such so culturally rich.

I'm not a fellow Nottinghamtarian, correct me if I'm wrong but pretty sure I'm right. Did you know that Juventus' black and white strip is based on that of Notts County!
joeyjojo
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4714 posts since 24/8/06

17 Nov 2009 15:13
^^^ yeah apparently County 'allowed' them to use the same strip.
joeyjojo
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4714 posts since 24/8/06

9 Dec 2009 15:16
Anyone checked out that new comtemporary art place (called Comtemporary Art I think) near Pitcher and Piano. Its pretty good in there, some cool tings. Im gonna go again soon for a proper look as I was hungover when I visited. Free entry to.
stelfox
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8488 posts since 11/3/09

9 Dec 2009 15:34
someone tried to tell me it was west brom
Strum
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1075 posts since 16/11/05

9 Dec 2009 16:34
joeyjojo wrote: Ive just found out some incredible news fellow Nottinghamtarians…

Apparently, the founder of AC Milan was an English lace maker born on our very own Mansfield Road (funnily enough where the Italian restaurant Chico's is now). He immigrated to Italy to exchange his skills and was a keen footballer so founder AC. Also, according to BBC news he mainly played as a striker, but could play anywhere including goalkeeper. Also, he used to smoke and drink…. whilst playing football. What a man… Herbert Kilpin …. i salute you.

I have walked that road countless times, and although Ive always known it was legendary, never knew 'Manno Roado' was such so culturally rich.

Cool how did you find that out??
stelfox
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8488 posts since 11/3/09

9 Dec 2009 16:55
BBC News?
shego
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1599 posts since 11/12/07

9 Dec 2009 17:24
that's class Cool
Rawree
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61 posts since 16/7/08

12 Jan 2010 16:53
coming up to nottingham this saturday - what shops would you recommend stopping by at?
Is this limeys place any good? or wild?
brodie
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6748 posts since 15/10/05

13 Jan 2010 20:29
Rawree wrote: coming up to nottingham this saturday - what shops would you recommend stopping by at?
Is this limeys place any good? or wild?


Nottingham is pretty waste for shopping. What kinda stuff do you wear?
hdsy-
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3904 posts since 30/4/06

13 Jan 2010 22:12
yeh i don't do any shopping in nottingham
shego
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1599 posts since 11/12/07

13 Mar 2010 14:29
Left work earlier to see some cunts in banter boots promoting firetrap (bridlesmith gate).. Laughing out loud

also the aa 'sale'. Laughing out loud Laughing out loud
joeyjojo
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4714 posts since 24/8/06

13 Mar 2010 15:43
^^^^ theres an AA sale ?
brodie
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6748 posts since 15/10/05

13 Mar 2010 16:19
joeyjojo wrote: ^^^^ theres an AA sale ?

Its usually just a clothes rail outside the store - were giving away free copies of vice last time tho. Let me know if you go and its decent
joeyjojo
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4714 posts since 24/8/06

13 Mar 2010 17:31
^ didnt see anything like that when I went past today Sad
sweet fa in town clothes wise and i really need some new clobber Cry
Rising Sun
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862 posts since 8/11/07

13 Mar 2010 17:36
Aspecto is alright for smarter footwear, and Size? is good for everyday sneakers. Apart from that…
shego
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1599 posts since 11/12/07

13 Mar 2010 17:40
The aa sale.. someone told me about it last night, went past today and noticed two small signs in the window. Went in and looked at two things, both were reduced by 2£. Was in a rush so didnt look for a sale rack. A friend text me about the girl's section 'the clothes were all horrible and shitty'. Laughing out loud