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http://www.ysl.com/us/shop-product/men/shoes-sneakers-sl01-court-classic-sneakers-in-optic-white-leather_cod44635736rd.html#dept=sneakers_shoes_men_
Those are SL/01?
I have some jeans that I don't wear anymore, mostly due to them no longer fitting. I've decided to let them go for low prices. If you think they should be priced lower, then just let me know and maybe we'll be able to work something out. Pricing/shipping: All prices include shipping in the continental US via USPS Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation (shipping from Houston, TX). All prices are inclusive of PayPal fees as well. International shipping at...
http://www.amrag.com/shopping/men/john-elliott-co-cast-jeans-item-10708236.aspx Picked up a pair in size 29...some other sizes available if anyone's interested.
Makes sense.I've had my first Villain (black) for a while now, and it's been awesome. I just now took time to go through the Formation thing on JE's website, and I appreciate it even more now. Just wore the sand Villain for the first time yesterday with burgundy Escobars. Layered with a charcoal terry tee underneath, it's a killer color combo.
Out of curiosity, what hardware will be used on the midnight Villain? Silver, gold, black?
Maybe you should do this via email or PM, so this thread doesn't have to get cluttered with Canada shipping questions.I don't mean to sound rude, but it gets annoying seeing these kind of posts on every page.
Wash them when they get dirty/start to smell. Otherwise, keep wearing.
Just got my sand Villain in, and I must say, this thing is gorgeous! I already have a black Villain that I love, but this sand one is definately underrated. Glad I was able to pick it up during the black Friday sale.
Got my burgundy Escobars and grey 41 Overshirt today. The Escobars are wonderful, but I already knew that since I have a grey pair. The 41 Overshirt is amazing. I was worried before because I didn't want the backside of the cuff buttons to scratch up my watch, but I thought up an easy fix. I found some flannel from a pair of trousers I had hemmed years ago and just sewed it into the back of the left cuff (not through the front portion of course). Easy fix! I think it...
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