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L00 babycat crash rangers for those who were asking, wyatts/jodhpurs are blake stitched.
if you don't see the resemblance between this http://www.style.com/slideshows/fashion-shows/fall-2015-ready-to-wear/burberry-prorsum/collection or this http://www.style.com/slideshows/fashion-shows/fall-2015-ready-to-wear/burberry-prorsum/collection/47 and this http://www.style.com/slideshows/fashion-shows/spring-2015-menswear/saint-laurent/collection/35 or this http://www.style.com/slideshows/fashion-shows/fall-2015-ready-to-wear/burberry-prorsum/collection/5 and...
lol. yeah, burberry, the brand historically noted for it's fringed ponchos, western embellishments, and boho dresses. oh wait. as for everyone being influenced by hedi, just take a look at the runways. but really, who cares. at this point, objectively, ysl's probably the most successful brand in the fashion world. whether or not you agree with hedi's influence is besides the point. so i'm not really interested in a typical style forum bitchfest. if you are, by all means,...
it looked to me like that collection was pretty much based on the current sl men's collection...like many of the looks are very, very similar. imitation is the sincerest form of... i know a lot of you (including me) thought the western collection was a little ott. i have to say, though, handling the stuff in person, the textiles and finishing are pretty amazing. like on the tunics and tops and scarves etc.
let's get real, no one reading this thread regularly gives a shit what someone with a fat gold watch for their avatar thinks about anything slp. i like the fade and love the washed denim, i think it would've been better if they'd just ripped them at the knees like the black ones instead of patching them though.
LOL -> http://www.style.com/fashion-shows/fall-2015-ready-to-wear/burberry-prorsum/collection
no way, they look better with more stacking, because less stacking causes them to crease in precisely the wrong ways (i.e., it makes you look wider). if you're going to hem them, crop them short above the harness. this in-between i'll take 1-2 inches off idea totally misses the point of slimane's look, which is either long to give the silhouette length, or short, to narrow the the silhouette. just look at the runway. if anything, i'd have the waist taken in. they're not...
lol, slpbaby that's a funny story. i sized down one on my faux leathers, it didn't make any difference. it's like whatever size you choose will stretch out, i think the material is just super stretchy. it appears to kind of unstretch a little after you wear them i think? it's like they're alive! i'd try sizing down at least two. hope that helps. also it is annoying the way iPhone 6's stick out of 15.5 cm pockets...
1. use a good leather protector. don't wear it if it's raining hard. 2. store flat or use a suit hanger (the wide ones). especially for the lamb leather jackets. they'll get pokey things in the arms if you use thin hangers. 3. if it's a lamb leather sl jacket, buff it once in a while with a soft rag and some MILD leather cleaner (the leather's polished to begin with, and it loses the polish over time). 4. don't use a leather conditioner until it really needs one (it's...
the faux leather stretch like crrrrazy, and they are hard to wear when it's really hot or cold. i did like the look though, the pleather isn't totally fake looking. i don't wear mine that much either. the real leather ones are easier to wear, are cut better, and look better. they're also like ten times the price. the calf leather jeans are really tough, the lamb ones are super soft. they look fantastic with suede boots, but then you can't wear a biker jacket unless you...
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