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A store here in Oslo have gotten a couple of new things in. Tried on a really nice grey knitted blazer. But the size L was a bit tight in the arms and when I tried on the XL I got dropped shoulders. Still tempted to pick it up but will have to think about it.
Selling a pair of Epaulet Rivet Chino in Wool Burnt Orange in size 34. The tags have been removed but they have never been worn, only tried on. My price includes worldwide shipping without tracking. More infor here http://epauletnewyork.com/products/rivet-chino-wool-burnt-orange
Going to Budapest in the end of september, anybody got any recommendations?
Yeah, if I do it again I will go for a plain shirt. Just felt like going all EG the first time I tried it and I only got two EG-shirts and the other one definietly wouldn't have worked herI actually didn't feel that self conscious, mostly just felt comfy.
I'm selling three lightly used Corneliani shirts. They're all made in Italy, have darted backs and the material is 100% cotton. Selling them for $45 each or all three foe $100. Price includes worldwide shipping without tracking. Measurements are as follows: P2P: 21.25 S2S: 18 Sleeve: 27.5 BOC: 32
I tried that yesterdayEG x3
I have the shorts in L but also tried them on in XL when I purchased them. Thanks to the elastic I didn't notice much difference in the waist and only went with the L since it was slightly slimmer in the leg. So you're probably right that both sizes should work for you.
Superdenim has it in M and Lhttp://www.superdenim.com/prodpage.asp?productid=3746
Yeah, I'm not sure if I'll be able to pull them off either. But I've been intrigued by them ever since I saw them last fall and now when they were over 80% off I decided to take the chance. Will have to see how much wear they'll get
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