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Norse store has a.p.c. for 145$, ~165$ shipped. Worth the extra forty, imo


Nice, I was about to get these from Need Supply. If only they had my size…

 

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I'm looking for a shoe similar to this. The searches I've performed haven't really turned anything up, so I'd be much obliged if someone could help me out. smile.gif

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Paul Smith is a designer, and doesn't necessarily have only one kind of boot.  Maybe if you post a picture of the Paul Smith shoes you want, but can't afford, someone will point you to an alternative.

 

Sorry about that. I am looking for something like the Cesar Boot in black/dark grey......not Stacy Adams tho.

Thanks.

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Nice, I was about to get these from Need Supply. If only they had my size…

 



new standard is mostly sold out, though if you size up one, petite standard has more options. but after sizing up, fit will be slightly looser in the waste and more slim in the leg

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new standard is mostly sold out, though if you size up one, petite standard has more options. but after sizing up, fit will be slightly looser in the waste and more slim in the leg


I’m usually a 29/30. My NS is a 28. They were tight at first, but after a few years they have stretched and feel a bit large, so I might go for 28 PS anyway.

 

Edit: Damn. Don’t have those either. I think a 29 would be too big. Thanks anyway! I’ll just pay the extra.

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I was at dior today and they had a light, plain and simple black bomber jacket in nylon or something. Really liked it. Can anybody recommend an alternative that won't cost me SGD3100?
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Guys, this is Michael. Michael wears a shiny leather jacket. Can someone recommend a reasonably slim-fitting, similar jacket (ribbed collar, big zipper, etc.) in a number of price ranges?

Because that would be awesome.
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Thanks for the advice; I agree, shoulder seam is a little too low. I'll try out J. Crew, order one shirt in Large Tall and one in Extra-Large Slim Fit, and proceed from there. Still searching for the place where I can get a good fit in casual shirts...

Epaulet, WvG...
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Epaulet, WvG...

 

(Surprisingly enough) I found J Crew L slim fits me almost perfectly. Just a tiny bit short in the sleeves, but if I roll them up it looks great for casual shirts where I'm not tucking in. Also trying out MTM with Modern Tailor.

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I was going to say you could also get a decently-priced shirt with good fabric (Land's End, JCrew, etc.) and pay around $15-25 to have it tailored to fit like something absurdly-priced, but with no apparent increase in durability or fabric quality (I'm looking at you, Band of Outsiders!). Add MOP buttons if you wish. You'll also see Patrik Ervell shirts crop-up here on Buying & Selling for decent prices; and those are, IMO, slim-fitting and worth the extra money, wherever you buy them. Good luck.
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Originally Posted by Ketawa View Post


(Surprisingly enough) I found J Crew L slim fits me almost perfectly. Just a tiny bit short in the sleeves, but if I roll them up it looks great for casual shirts where I'm not tucking in. Also trying out MTM with Modern Tailor.

Go Hokies, by the way. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I don't have any specific look or brand to compare with, but I'm looking for a casual military jacket for the spring. Doesn't necessarily have to be military, just that general casual look. Something clean but not boring. Price range can vary but preferably under $300. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Blazers are more casual, they common have brass buttons, they're usually more durable, and most importantly, they aren't intended to be worn as a part of a suit. Traditionally, they are navy-colored.

You can find navy blazers with silver buttons or really any style of button.

If you have a navy, I'd get a tan/stone color
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where can I get some boots that look like these:
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without costing $WTF

(ie <$500, ideally under $300. )
Edited by Eupfhoria - 3/6/12 at 9:30am
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