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Quote: Originally Posted by JesseJB I've had my plain water buffalo Coach one for 4 years and still looks sexy as hell. I have the tan version of the water buffalo card case (no fold) and really like it.
Quote: Originally Posted by Robert Srsly. If it's under $500 a garment, I figure why not just trash the shit out of it. Why take care of anything. I'll be happy if it lasts the entire season. I wouldn't expect a sweater from the mall to last more than that. And like someone else said, it only contains a small percentage of cashmere.
Quote: Originally Posted by van_hammersly I'm as short as both you guys and never realized the bag was meant to sit higher than that. It hangs where I've always worn my messenger bags Hey, I'm 5'6". Does the 257 look too big for my frame?
Quote: Originally Posted by wagthesam For clarks when walking do your heels slip up when walking? is that an indication to go down half a size? Not for me. My heels slightly slip in 9's but 8.5's were way too small.
Quote: Originally Posted by Barrylicious I dig the youngstown flannel a lot, but like previously discussed, something about me just can't stomach $70 for a flannel shirt I recently ordered the Youngstown flannel in XS as my first J.Crew button-down. It fit me like a freaking tent. I'm short, 5'6" with a slim build. If anyone has a similar stature, don't waste your time. The shoulders actually fit OK. However, the arms were too long and baggy,...
I used a 256 for about a year but found that it was slightly too small for my lifestyle. More times than not, it seemed I was always struggling to fit stuff in it. Even with a pair of shoes and some clothes it looked like a bloated tick. So I upgraded to the 257. I do miss the slim look of the 256 but now I don't have to worry about cramming stuff into my bag anymore. With both the 256 and 257, I have always struggled with using the shoulder strap. If I'm not using the...
^^^ 256. You can tell this by the lack of a strap handle. ^^^
I'm 5'6" 135lbs and think I've found the best resource for slim fit shirts: You build a MTM shirt one of two ways: the shirt measurements or you body measurements. For my first shirt, I used the measurements of a Gap button-down shirt sized slim-fit XS that fit really well. Surprisingly the shirt came out pretty close (not exact) to the Gap slim-fit XS. Since then I've ordered four more shirts, tweaking the measurements each time. I've noticed some...
Kiya, are the current Flathead houndstooth shirts with the sawtooth pockets the same dimensions as the previous houndstooth shirts with the original pockets?
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