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Posts by prozach1576

I will go against the grain and say that I don't remotely care about things like better pocket bags and hidden rivets. Denim construction is good as is.
definitely agree on a denim cut that is similar to the straight cut but tapered from the knee down could even go for a higher rise to differentiate it as long as the thigh remained roomier than the slim
yeah this would be greatit'd be a bit of a departure from Gustin's aesthetic thus far so I can see why they wouldn't go for it but their business model would be awesome for technical garments
I'm 223 and am yet to get a shipping confirmation...was feeling good due to the low number but not so good now that it's been so long.If I don't actually get one or two of the items I won't care but if they straight-up cancel my order I will be pissed.
Yeah, exactly. One of the reasons this was great is that I got to try a bunch of new brands that I would never really consider purchasing at full price.I will say that my main sizing gamble (i.e. it lacked a measurement) was with knitwear, where I feel a lot more comfortable with inexact fit than with, say, shirts where I know I want a ~20.5" chest.I'm optimistic that I will actually get everything as I placed my order within the first 30 minutes, didn't have anything...
Nice. Did you buy the fabric and then split the CMT with Kent Wang and Panta? Serious iGent power move.Which shoulder option is that? Standard lapels?My charcoal trial suit is set to be delivered today...
Yeah I got a pair of those Raleigh Denim cords in olive. Three Scott & Charters sweaters at $50 apiece, the J Press chambray M65 for $50, and a Save Khaki henley for $15.Came close to snagging all three of the Drake's ties but decided to keep it casual-only, and I'm leery about the lack of a width measurement as Drake's skinnier offerings are not for me. Someone should get those though.
Surprisingly wide array of sizes considering that this stuff must have gone through a few sales. Can't usually find S/M sizes with discounts this deep. Dropped $260 on $1675 worth of stuff and plugged a bunch of nagging holes in my wardrobe. One of the best sales I've ever seen, really.
Yeah, I expect that this will be a casual jacket but I would still hope that it is a reasonable length. Unstructured cotton jackets from casual brands tend to be the worst offenders in terms of the cropped look too, which is why I mention it.
Based on the shirt length, I worry that a Gustin sport coat is going to be like 28 inches long in a size 38 (or equivalent).
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