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That's what I figured, I checked the measurements but they seemed almost slimmer everywhere except the waist, unless I was reading it wrong (which is possible).
Ew. If anyone is considering going there, don't.
Yea, and killing my damn bank account. Oh well.
I never really thought the quality at H&M was worth the money, but I find their flannels usually aren't too bad and are good for camping/outdoor work. At least the fit in their stuff is relatively slim compared to the other throw-away go-to places like Old Navy etc.
^^^And I have a large tax return to spend, which is good considering that I've finally accepted that I need to size up in the chinos and take them in
Yep. Really boxy, which is odd because the Vintage line is pretty relaxed fitting to begin with compared to other shirts marketed as having a slim-fit.
I have a pair of caramel duck chinos from Epaulet, if you're not already familiar with them then take a look at the Epaulet thread over in the SW&D forum. These are amazing pants, I own a pair in olive (in the older cut, which was a little more forgiving) and they are fantastic. However, it feels to me like the pants fit a bit slimmer then they used to and I should have returned them for a size up. These are almost brand new, worn 4-5 times and washed once. They were...
Thank you.I bought a 34 in the rivets but need to let them out in the thighs and a little in the waist (I would probably be a solid 35, which means I should be buying a 36 in the rivets). So....a 34 in the TS would be about right eh?
Are your APC New Standard jeans the 'old' fit, or are they in the new updated APC fit?
Can anyone comment on how the chinos fit compared to Epaulet rivet chinos? Those summer weight ones look like exactly the type of pants I'm looking for for summer.
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