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post #151 of 257
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Originally Posted by robin View Post
Fuck I hope so. Some of the stuff people are putting out for SS10 is disgraceful.

To add, there is some bad stuff in FW09 too. I just walked through Barney's and I swear half of it was plaid shirts.

isnt plaid the norm for fall.....
post #152 of 257
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Originally Posted by phoenixrecon View Post
isnt plaid the norm for fall.....

Absolutely, but it was also the norm this spring.

For me, plaid's jumping the shark. I'm waiting for Apolis plaid any day now...
post #153 of 257
Plaid will always be a sportswear staple
post #154 of 257
Yeah I love wearing plaid when I go surfing.
post #155 of 257
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Originally Posted by London View Post
Plaid will always be a sportswear staple

And we have tons of brands putting out plaid shirts to ensure this is the case...
post #156 of 257
Here's another look at AA SS10, including the Rapha collab. I kinda like that green shirt, except for the epaulettes.
post #157 of 257
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Originally Posted by breakz View Post
Agreed. One, three and four look like Apolis, and two looks like Apolis trying to do the "surf Americana" thing everyone else wants to do for SS10.



tonio: I'm getting the utility trousers from Context in brown this week...I'll report back and let you know.

Me too, and the chinos as well. I'll chime in when they come on Tuesday. I'm not sure how the sizing is going to work out to be honest.
post #158 of 257
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Originally Posted by dougie View Post
Me too, and the chinos as well. I'll chime in when they come on Tuesday. I'm not sure how the sizing is going to work out to be honest.

Me either, Farinellis and Context disagree on the measurements. Went with a 33 even though my normal tagged size is 31.
post #159 of 257
Remember Farinellis measures the waist flat, without dip. While Context measures it with a dip, so the measurement is slightly smaller.
post #160 of 257
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Originally Posted by djh View Post
Remember Farinellis measures the waist flat, without dip. While Context measures it with a dip, so the measurement is slightly smaller.

Cool, thanks for the notice. Any differences in thigh? That's what got me.
post #161 of 257
Not sure, ask them.
post #162 of 257
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Originally Posted by breakz View Post
Me either, Farinellis and Context disagree on the measurements. Went with a 33 even though my normal tagged size is 31.

Yep, I did the exact same thing. Interesting to see the differences in measuring methods, but I still have no idea whether they're going to be too big or not. Good times!
post #163 of 257
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Originally Posted by djh View Post
Not sure, ask them.

Pants are already on the way so I'll find out soon enough.
post #164 of 257
I want the trench style stuff to be back, workwear doesnt really work for me at all.
post #165 of 257
Got the pants today. Two notes: 1. they're not the chocolate brown on the website, they're washed chocolate brown. gf described them as having "eggplant" undertones, they look great in person. 2. go TTS on these. I went one size up b/c of thigh measurements and they're baggy all-around.
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