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post #3496 of 4945
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Originally Posted by atp View Post
I wonder if anyone is able to help me. I'm about 6ft3 - 6ft4 in height. The problem that I have is in finding T shirts that fit correctly. If I go for a medium they usually come up to short but if I go for a large I'm drowning in the amount material. I'm slim but I wouldn't say I'm overall skinny, my waist is 33".

Has anyone here suffered from the same problem and found somewhere they can get correctly fitting T shirts?

I should also mention that I am from the UK, although I'd have no problem with buying clothes from the US if it meant getting a correct fit.

Thanks.

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post #3497 of 4945
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Originally Posted by atp View Post
I wonder if anyone is able to help me. I'm about 6ft3 - 6ft4 in height. The problem that I have is in finding T shirts that fit correctly. If I go for a medium they usually come up to short but if I go for a large I'm drowning in the amount material. I'm slim but I wouldn't say I'm overall skinny, my waist is 33".

Has anyone here suffered from the same problem and found somewhere they can get correctly fitting T shirts?

I should also mention that I am from the UK, although I'd have no problem with buying clothes from the US if it meant getting a correct fit.

Thanks.

Eddie Bauer has a ton of Medium Tall Ts, 33" long.
post #3498 of 4945
I wouldn't recommend ordering from the US for Eddie Bauer
post #3499 of 4945
Looking for a nice detailed and washed chino w. 34 inseam. in the 150 range.
Any suggestions?

so far crate, and left feild have stood out. anything else im missing in this vain?
post #3500 of 4945
Hi all, I'm looking for a pair of black chelsea boots, preferably with a kind of curve or point in the toe area (sorry, I'm not too informed about boots terminology..) basically a more angular, "sharp?" silhouette.

examples:
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example of what I'm not looking for:
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Preferably around the $100 mark. Nothing too fancy like Dior or anything, lol.

Thanks!
post #3501 of 4945
a bag. I want something similar to the Filson 256 but a bit more modern looking I guess?
post #3502 of 4945
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Originally Posted by killertom101 View Post
a bag.

I want something similar to the Filson 256 but a bit more modern looking I guess?

ernerst alexander gets a bit of love around here; relatively similar pricewise to filsons
post #3503 of 4945
Hi, im looking for a very slim/ skinny pair of chino's. I need a a 32"-33" waist and a 36" inseam. I am 6' 3" and 175 pounds. I live in Canada and I dont want to spend more than $150. Preferably in a beige.
post #3504 of 4945
floral shirts, where are good, moderately priced button ups? Epaulet has a couple that I like, but other companies seem to fit like a tent. BB price range.
post #3505 of 4945
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post
Looking for a unlined navy blazer, probably ~$200 budget. Any recommendations?

So I think I found something: j crew blazer

It is partially lined, but it appears any decent unlined blazer is well beyond my price range and this one seems to be priced fair. It has the more casual look I was seeking. Does anyone have experience with this particular piece?

Would appreciate some recommendations still. The J. Crew one was a little lighter than I thought based on the picture, wanted a real navy, and the fit wasn't quite right for me (either too big or too short sleeves)
post #3506 of 4945
Got a couple pairs of really nice, slimmer, flat front wool pants in black and navy. Any idea how I could casual these up a bit? They seem OK, maybe a little fashuny, for dressy occasions, but look off with my casual wardrobe. Figured you guys could fill me in.

Thanks.
post #3507 of 4945
Now that boat shoes have hit market saturation and you can buy sperrys at Journeys what do you guys recommend for non-sneaker summer shoes? Thanks,

-FG
post #3508 of 4945
Where's the recommended place for slim fitting shorts at an affordable price right now?
post #3509 of 4945
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Originally Posted by Tommyp View Post
Where's the recommended place for slim fitting shorts at an affordable price right now?

Have your tailor chop down your extra, stained, unwanted, or worst-fitting slim-fit trousers...is one cheap option.
post #3510 of 4945
Looking for a light "fall"/spring/summer jacket that go with everything, Cords/tight jeans/chinos/shorts etc. Anyone got any good recommendations? Brand is not that importent, just it fits in that light-just-throw-on and take the bike and off i am category.
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