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Posts by CruzAzul

On the contrary—I wouldn't know.
It's entirely up to you, but I think you should consider taking the friggin' hint.
It's also worth mentioning that women's clothes, like their wearers, are weird. They don't subscribe to our idea of getting the perfect shirt fit and then riffing on it, for instance. And even things like skirts, which look simple, have complex pleated floating linings that attach to the outer shell with stitches at the top and strings on the bottom and stuff. I've been working on understanding it for a while and so far my only real successes for dames have been scarves...
A pretty apt description for the recipient as well. Kids today, you know?
Just in case anyone's still not clear on the whole "Luxire can do anything" mantra: I asked them to make a knit top for a young woman with built-in fingerless gloves so that she can roll like a Dickensian street urchin. Nailed it. Material: Grey uneven stripes jersey. Light weight and very stretchy.
There's a unique perspective that comes from having been on the forum all of 4 days.
Hai guise. Kind of new to SW&D but encouraged to x-post here from the CM WAYWT. Thoughts? Time for the summer whites and near-whites portion of the program. Trousers: AG T-shirt: Hugo Boss Suede loafers: Suitsupply Watch: Tsovet Wrist beads: homemade
Thanks for the kind words and the feedback. I think i'll x-post and see how it goes over.
Neither completely CM nor Streetwear, so I'm stayin' here. Time for the summer whites and near-whites portion of the program. Trousers: AG T-shirt: Hugo Boss Suede loafers: Suitsupply Watch: Tsovet Wrist beads: homemade
It isn't really an athletic material in the sense that I understand -- the "sport" probably refers to sportswear. It's soft and matte and the mesh is tight enough to be pretty much invisible until you really stretch it.That said, it is a really great material (particularly for $70!) and I'm going to order another polo in black. I'd buy it in other colours if they were available. The touch of lycra does wonders for holding the garment's shape when you roll up the sleeves...
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