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post #3931 of 4947
patagonia torentshell fits the bill.
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can someone link me to a waterproof jacket of some sort for fall weather, around 100 dollars thanks, I looked at nau but i want to see some other options, and having no luck so far
post #3932 of 4947
Can anyone recommend me a pair of brown leather oxfords, wingtips, or something of that ilk? They would be worn predominantly with slim fitting, dark wash denim. The ~$200 price range would be perfect (although I'm always willing to go cheaper if the quality is there).

Thanks!
post #3933 of 4947
New to this whole fashion thing. Is this shirt wearable? I like the fit and pattern but are the pockets and epaulettes a no-go?


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post #3934 of 4947
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post #3935 of 4947

Hi SF, I'm new here. I'm trying to build up a collection of timeless goods starting with a bag.

 

Looking for:

A good quality briefcase/laptop bag.

It should hold a laptop, some peripheral stuff(charger + mouse), a small binder and a light scarf.

 

Intended use:

I'll be commuting in San Francisco so riding a bicycle is not out of the question.

- Most weather except rain

- The occasional trip abroad

- Not overly formal, and not a messenger bag

 

post #3936 of 4947
Filson 256.
post #3937 of 4947
recommend me black overdye jeans slim fit / skinny ok too. requirements are no stretch, no pocket design. under $200

thanks
post #3938 of 4947
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I'm looking for something slim and simple along these lines, short in length, but without any sort of logo. I'm also having to pretty much replace an entire wardrobe, so am trying to avoid Wings + Horns -type prices. Any suggestions?
post #3939 of 4947

I was just wondering for what occasions this shoe is meant to be worn.

 

Also what is the meaning of suede and buckles on shoes?

 


Edited by Ethan87 - 9/9/11 at 10:49am
post #3940 of 4947
Looking for a hoodie that is:

- mid or light grey
- made of a thick warm material
- has buttons, not a zip
- has a highish neck

Something like this...(The sleeve length is, unfortunately, too small....)


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post #3941 of 4947

I'm looking for my first pair of mid-gray flannel trousers to upgrade my fall/winter wardrobe. Something with texture, and if they have side tabs that would be a huge plus. I like fairly slim cuts, and I'm a skinny dude: 28-29 waist depending on the brand and rise.

I was going to pick up these from Howard Yount, but they're sold out in pretty much all sizes: http://www.howardyount.com/collections/wool-pants/products/classic-flannel-pants-medium-gray

Ideally it would come in under $225, since I talked to my tailor today and the labor for a bespoke pair of trousers would be $250. That being said, needing to source my own fabric and deciding on all the details regarding buttons, closures, pockets, etc. is both exciting and daunting. Thanks in advance! :)

post #3942 of 4947

need a black leather jacket

 

post #3943 of 4947
check out epaulet, they would almost certainly have something that fits the bill. awesome stuff and great service to boot.
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Originally Posted by mymil View Post

I'm looking for my first pair of mid-gray flannel trousers to upgrade my fall/winter wardrobe. Something with texture, and if they have side tabs that would be a huge plus. I like fairly slim cuts, and I'm a skinny dude: 28-29 waist depending on the brand and rise.

I was going to pick up these from Howard Yount, but they're sold out in pretty much all sizes: http://www.howardyount.com/collections/wool-pants/products/classic-flannel-pants-medium-gray

Ideally it would come in under $225, since I talked to my tailor today and the labor for a bespoke pair of trousers would be $250. That being said, needing to source my own fabric and deciding on all the details regarding buttons, closures, pockets, etc. is both exciting and daunting. Thanks in advance! :)

post #3944 of 4947
As far as flannel pants are concerned, I want to check out J Press for Urban Outfitters; it seems the perfect mix of the traditional and the annoying.
post #3945 of 4947

need black jeans too

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