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Vintage peacoat purchased from Kensington Market in Toronto, Canada. This peacoat can be worn by both men and women. I'd recommend this peacoat for a short individual as the arms were too short for me (I'm 5'10"). Measurements Chest: 38 inches Arms: 22.5 inches Length: 30.5 inches Price: $40 plus shipping.
Item: Rag & Bone Jeans (RB11) Black/Grey - Straight Leg (Size 30); inseam 30 Care: Worn, never washed - great condition Reason for selling: Too big! Price: $50 + Shipping Shipped from: Toronto, Canada Payment: Paypal or e-mail money transfer These jeans are actually too big for me; which is weird because my other jeans posted here are extremely tight. These are definitely a value as I bought them for $215 USD when they first came out. Other for sale...
Item: Naked & Famous 15oz Deep Indigo Selvedge (size 30); inseam 30.5 Care: Worn, never washed - great condition Reason for selling: Gained weight around the thighs from lifting Price: $50 + Shipping Shipped from: Toronto, Canada Payment: Paypal or e-mail money transfer Same description as with my APC New Standards post: http://www.styleforum.net/t/384525/fs-apc-new-standards-size-27-stretched-to-30 ~~ Selling some nicely worn Naked & Famous 15oz Deep Indigo...
Item: APC New Standards size 27 (stretched to 30); inseam 30.5 Care: Worn, never washed - great condition Reason for selling: Gained weight around the thighs from lifting Price: $50 + Shipping Shipped from: Toronto, Canada Payment: Paypal or e-mail money transfer Hi all, Selling some nicely worn APC New Standards jeans. I've been saving these for a nice soak and wash, but have been gaining weight in my legs/ass which has unfortunately made these jeans too tight to...
Just ordered Montgomery and PAs in Brown shipped to Toronto!
I'd be interested to have it proxied to Toronto too ^_^
H&M makes decent ones for barely nothing.
I think you can go take it up to an inch and it wouldn't impact your comfort. I'm sure when you put it on there may be excess space there when you have them on. Otherwise, you can try to offset it by tapering the legs a bit more below the knees to give yourself a taller look. But, be careful to not wear a shoe that is squared or short or else it wouldn't fit well with the tapered leg. Ideally, you'd only want laces shoes (e.g. AE park aves) for a tapered leg vs. loafers or...
It just makes your legs look a bit short. I think the fit is very good otherwise.
The rise of the pant seems a bit long.
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