It’s already late, fim-da-tarde, few people passing the central road in Loulé, Portugal. The owner of the cloth shop is collecting back what should have attracted the  customers. In large letters it says „pronto a vestir“, ready to wear, a phrase from the past, where superstores weren’t available and clothes need to be changed to fit and „ready to wear“ was an superspecial offer. The old owner is from this generation and the collection seems to be as well.