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Quote: Originally Posted by clarksdb Same I like my J Crew peacoat. The sleeves were short for me but that doesnt make it a bad peacoat and I just extended the sleeves by a tailor. Simple enough. It's perfect now. Ninja maybe you have the wrong size. my other pea coat is a large, but it's fitted (not really slim, but somewhere between slim and regular). it fits me well. this thing is medium, and it feels like i am wearing a potato sack. the...
just got the authentic pea coat with the 30% off and free shipping. the thing is atrocious. i expected better for the price that they charge. even the crappy kenneth cole one i used to own for ~$100 was higher quality than this. body was too loose, and arms were too short, even though a sales rep told me it was a slimmer fit. it felt cheap and like cardboard.
i'm thinking of buying a pair of clarks desert boots (beeswax), and was wondering how its sole holds up in icy/wet weather. it looks flat, and i'm concerned that these shoes might be slippery. anyone had any experience with this? also, any recommendations on their sizing? are they true to size, bigger, smaller? by how much?
they're ok if you're on a low budget, though stuff like their graphic tshirts and jeans are horrible.
Quote: Originally Posted by Listi Can't believe it hasn't been mentioned yet: HIGH ARMHOLES Keeps the sleeves nice and slim, blousy arms look horrible. thanks for the advice. many shirts i've looked at today had really loose sleeves so i didn't bother getting them. i'll probably get a few dkny slim shirts for starters since their sleeves aren't too loose like the others. Quote: Originally Posted by Eason Make sure...
Quote: Originally Posted by connor you want slim, well fitted shirts. patterns are cool but just like with any other item of clothing you've gotta wear them right. untucked is cool but you do have to make sure they aren't too long. short sleeves are fine Quote: Originally Posted by mharwitt /thread. did i do that right? thanks. what would you consider some of the more fun stuff in terms of color combination (i...
Most of these questions are common sense, but I'd like some feedback from those who have experience with these things: I've recently became interested in casual button down shirts, and would like some opinions and advice. I am tall and slim (in my mid 20's), so I'm assuming that slim cut (or fitted) is the way to go? Many casual shirts I've noticed have patterns on them. I've seen many that were plaid or with vertical stripes. Which are ok to wear, and which aren't? Is...
Quote: Originally Posted by taco Naked & Famous Slim Guy Black Selvege seem to fit the description and retail at $130, but go sale for less. Levis 514 in Black Diamond or Tumbled Black $50-70 Quote: Originally Posted by taco Here's a faded straight leg option: Acne Mic Le Black 32x34 @ $125 http://www.ssense.com/men/product/ac...ck_jeans/18166 those look nice (the naked & famous), but i'm looking for an indigo...
thanks for the advice posted so far, but unfortunately the jeans mentioned weren't what i was aiming for (at least from the stuff that i found in the first few results on google - either not my style, or too expensive). i'll post a couple of examples of the styles that i'm interested in. please give your opinions on what you think of this look and the colors: 7famk standard (if faded) raleigh denim straight leg (if not faded) both of those jeans are well above my...
I've been mostly wearing bootcut jeans by 7famk as of late, and would like to switch to something more traditional. Could someone please suggest some dark straight leg jeans? Don't want anything that's relaxed or baggy, and would be a plus if it was in the $90-$120 price range. edit: also might as well ask this question in here while we're on the topic of jeans: my measurements are 32x34, and i buy 32x34 jeans, though what i've noticed is that with most shoes i wear, the...
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