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Quote: Originally Posted by Lokesh Yeah I do actually like it! What makes it cooler is that it costs $350 + Tax originally, and I can get it for $230 including tax with my 40% off coupon! So its a great deal. So anyone else have any opinions on BR stuff? Then by all means go back to the shop. Give it second fitting to make sure the fitting is perfect (ie no drooping at the shoulder). If you intend to wear something underneath in winter, try it...
Quote: Originally Posted by kinggimp anybody have experience with diesel leather jackets? i've seen a couple in the store recently (moto style) and they looked like a good fit. quality wise though, not so sure. Diesel leather jackets do not look that well made. For $500-700 range I'd go with Schott. http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/t...Leather/Detail and how could any one say no to...
Quote: Originally Posted by Lokesh Well I know this reply was not for me, but I might just buy that Banana Republic leather jacket, and post pics on here with it and then if someone can tell me if it works on me or not I can decide weather I should keep it or go return it If you like the BR jacket then by all means go for it. Here's some other options in your price range. http://www.shopstyle.com/browse/mens...e-coats?fl=p11
http://event.rakuten.co.jp/borderless/men_apparel/ Order directly from Japan. May have to pay shipping + custom & broker fees but you can find some very unique stuff and occasionally Japanese exclusive limited editions.
Quote: Originally Posted by Thrift Pirate cool, that's pretty much the same measurements as me. On the hoodies, do you can enough room to put a crewneck or something without it being to tight? I like a slim profile, but i still need room to move. The XS hoodie was from FW2009. It had a very nice body hugging fit; I wouldn't put a crewneck under the hoodie otherwise it would ruin the profile.
http://www.legendaryusa.com/Military...ckets_s/26.htm Keep an eye out on this site they occassionally have sales. Or alternatively if you can up your budget.. http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/ARMAND...s/sr_salemen80
Quote: Originally Posted by Thrift Pirate how do their fleece hoodies, sweat shirts fit? I've been looking to pick some up and i normally wear a small in most tops..but i hear to size up on their items. Should i just get a small or size up? Thanks! I am 5'7" & 30" waist, usually wear US size 34/36. I can easily fit into the XS Tshirts and hoodies.
Quote: Originally Posted by junior varsity something like this... http://www.neimanmarcus.com/store/ca...827cat14810731 what do you guys think? i thought it looked awesome when ronaldo wore one thats similar to this in the nike - write the future advert when he was at the 'ronaldo stadium' ceremony... Vanson VAJ3 very similar design but much better make, plus you can choose between competition and mid weight leather. Or have a look at...
Quote: Originally Posted by william1234 Its to see if Dsquared has even made something similar to this : http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=230508260614 Thank you for your help ! Thinking of getting a Dsquared down jacket ? Don't do it; the quality and make has gone down hill unless you can find something from 2008 and earlier.
Quote: Originally Posted by rcairns84 Haven't lost that much weight as I was planning on. The gym in my town closed down, just another sad sign of our economy. I've purchased a couple of items, a few button up shirts and one pair of pants. I read somewhere that as a larger guy I should get "pleated" pants as they don't poof in the crotch area when you sit down. So that's what I went with. I'm looking at getting my shoes now and there's a shoestore...
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