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I keep wanting to try on some Dsquared2 because they're literally the only Canadian-ish fashion house I know of. Most of their stuff is too wild but if I had to push my comfort zone a little I'd check this jacket out. Not for $4,000, of course, but, you know, theoretically. The stuff looks like good quality.
Is Suit Supply good? I could do with another suit and they sell in CAD which makes them really affordable. They LOOK nice on the site.
I'm just buying a lot less right now. Less experiments, and the like. Cool to hear about M0851. I'll make sure to check them out if I'm ever nearby.
Falcon Garments would be almost doubling his budget. With the dollar so bad Canadian options become way more appealing, assuming there are cool options available. I don't know M0851. Slightly higher end Danier? Anyway, my advice is with the dollar down you have to rely or better sales when buying with US$. Which at least gives you a bunch of time to research some stuff, figure out what you love.
Now I want to live somewhere where people dress nice. Come on, Canada, we can do it!
The Canada Goose patch comes off with a stitch ripper if it's the branding that's bothering you. Though, I gotta believe there's cheaper parkas out there of similar quality. Switching to a parka is the best decision I've made in terms of winter wear. It's great not having to wear layers/toque and knowing you can walk anywhere without freezing.
I'm considering dropping down from a 600cc bike this spring since I never go fast anyway. Crazy that you can get an entry level 300cc bike for the same price as a high end suit or leather jacket. I'm all for the argument of paying for aesthetics, but this bike ALSO has a ton of thought and talent put into aesthetics. No point to this, just a random fashion thought.
Got 'em in time for Christmas. They are the coolest boots I've ever worn. Leather quality is only okay. Can't imagine paying the $1100 retail. Man, I just looked up the Alexander McQueen wiki today; the guy killed himself in 2010!? That's wild.
Hello, gents. I've pretty much gone the way of side zip boots these days and don't like hanging on to stuff I don't wear. So all my shoes are on the market today. All made in Italy All Blake stitched, except the Francos, which are, "Entirely hand made." All fit a true 43, US 10, except the Francos which fit quite narrow and could easily fit a 42, US 9. For the sake of argument we'll say they all have around 10 wears, no damage to any on them. All shoes are US $40, plus...
Hello, gents. I've pretty much gone the way of side zip boots these days and don't like hanging on to stuff I don't wear. So all my shoes are on the market today. All made in Italy All Blake stitched, except the Francos, which are, "Entirely hand made." All fit a true 43, US 10, except the Francos which fit quite narrow and could easily fit a 42, US 9. For the sake of argument we'll say they all have around 10 wears, no damage to any on them. All shoes are US $40, plus...
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