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get smart, what kind of denim u rockin in those pics?
www.bluebeemen.com has a fair amt of fred perry i believe urban outfitters online carries some track jackets as well
i was wondering if anyone has ever tailored a shirt w/ a covered placket where you'd essentially get rid of that cover.... i want this steven alan workshirt but would prefer a non-covered placket
blue in green never been, but ordered my pair of PBJ 005's from them they basically carry all the japanese denim you could handle staff is pretty helpful as well
Quote: Originally Posted by ken It doesn't take that long to break them in; it takes that long to fade them. Jeans should be comfortable after a couple weeks, if not much sooner. right, i thought he was referring to the whole breaking in as in fading only denim that wasnt comfy to me right away was the PBJ...like sandpaper....but is relatively comfy after the first wash
Quote: Originally Posted by Panzeraxe II Thanks. Is APC the one where I have to 'break it in' over the course of a month? Also, what are member's opinion of: Paper Denim Edun AG Monarchy Blue Cult Panzer any raw denim requires breaking in time....and it usually takes 5-6 months if not longer to break them in.... but doesnt mean they dont look good NOT broken in....i dont wear my raw pairs THAT much, so they prolly wont achieve...
i think ES is looked upon favorably in this forum as far as washed denim go....i think most will agree plus they pretty good cuts IMO for all types of styles (straight, bootcut, slim, skinny) i like straight simple denim, with the exception of a pair of nudies that i want to cop but brands u should check out: rag and bone (thru denimbar) - simple, good construction, good fit Kicking Mule, for your raw denim needs....i have the 1980, which is a real popular...
oh, i forgot sweaters.... i'd probably put them after shirts...i like wearing sweaters but i feel like they are so vulnerable to stretching and other forms of damage...which is why im hesitant to spend big money on em plus basic v-necks, crewnecks are very adequate, IMO, at j.crew
my personal hierarchy: 1. denim: just can never have enough...the prob is, im into washed denim (not necessarily distressed, but different shades, i.e. black, grey, lighter shades) as much as i am into raw denim...which kills my wallet cuz i only think a few pairs of raw are necessary at one time 2. shoes: has gained much more importance since i stopped wearing sneakers exclusively....now looking to cop a quality demi boot and brogue as well as a higher end dress...
Quote: Originally Posted by itskub bsyde, mind posting pics of those? http://www.shopjake.com/index.php?pa...roduct_ID=1922 Attachment 5347 Attachment 5348 http://www.stevenalan.com/shop/custo...18254&cat=1813
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