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post #46 of 4945
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
There is about 1 degree of separation between this thread and the "Ask a Question, Get an Answer - please ask all quick questions here" thread. Same goes for the WAYWT discussion thread. It's just turning into another WAYWN thread.

What's the point? I thought we wanted less clutter, not more.

I am looking for a cheese pairing for this whine? what might you suggest?
post #47 of 4945
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Originally Posted by Ludeykrus View Post
Weak Sauce

Is that really the best you can do?

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Originally Posted by robbie View Post
I am looking for a cheese pairing for this whine? what might you suggest?

Now this is a bit funnier. I'd recommend something with a strong aftertaste and an offensive odor. Such a cheese would mask the whine and help you forget about the substance behind it.
post #48 of 4945
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
Is that really the best you can do?

I'm sorry, I cannot compare to the glory that is teh Robbieness.

Eh, I'm sauced. Nevermind. Nothing personal.
post #49 of 4945
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Originally Posted by CounterStrike View Post
I think the style I am aiming for would be on the casual side of what I see on this forum, as I feel most comfortable in sneakers, jeans, and a hoodie.
so buy one of each that fits you well, then see where it goes from there.
post #50 of 4945
Souper i have a pair of raf x fred perry pants i think from this fw0809 that are a very nice wool and pretty skinny, try track down a pair in black (i think the sizes run big btw), i wear them cuffed but they can work stacked.

For linen pants, the junya ones from ss08 could be great if you can find them...if you want a higher price bracket things like ccp/ann D could fit the description.
post #51 of 4945
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
There is about 1 degree of separation between this thread and the "Ask a Question, Get an Answer - please ask all quick questions here" thread. Same goes for the WAYWT discussion thread. It's just turning into another WAYWN thread.

What's the point? I thought we wanted less clutter, not more.

The differences between the WAYWT and the WAYWT chat edition should be clear.

The difference between the Quick questions thread is that all "quick" questions should be asked there. Stuff from "Do these Raf Simons sneakers look like ass?" (a: Yes) to "Where to kop CPs for cheap?". In the noob thread, much more involved questions can be asked, things like "Please help me build a wardrobe from scratch for $500".
post #52 of 4945
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
I'll start it off: I want a blazer....
This is a very lightweight, brushed wool blazer I picked up from Opening Ceremony in January at 50% off for 275. The fabric is really really soft, it's a nice jacket. This is a size medium which corresponds to a 38; I think it's a bit big on me put it would probably be perfect for you Chrono. I might have it worked on but anyway, call them up (both stores) and see if they still have this shit lying aorund; I ordered the matching slacks a few weeks ago for a dance and they were 75% off at 80 bucks, so if they still have this blazer it should be for a good price.
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Originally Posted by Dashaansafin View Post
Ive been looking for a slim pair of shorts for awhile...Jcrew has nice offerings this season but out of my price range at full retail. SLIM NOT SKINNY SHORTS.
Are you a college student? If so, you get a 15% discount at J Crew which brings the club shorts down to 50 bucks. If you still can't afford that, then I would go to Urban Outfitters and buy pants from last season on sale and cut them down. You can do it yourself if you're careful.
post #53 of 4945
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Originally Posted by blank View Post
Identify those mid-priced items that are of much higher quality.

In particular, J. Crew's merino wool is fantastic. I wore their 1/2 zip and full-zip cardigan from this season probably 3 times a week and they still haven't lost their form.

I'm particularly happy with Club Monaco's equivalent (they have sizes down to XS) ... however they have no online store (bastards).

If you have one in the area, definitely check CM out.
post #54 of 4945
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
"Do these Raf Simons sneakers look like ass?" (a: Yes)

I sometimes think it's criminal that we don't have rep system.
post #55 of 4945
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Originally Posted by tigerFormula View Post
Two things: Where can i find a jacket like this?
Or who makes similar items? I'm looking for a jacket like the top one that isn't M65 styled and has a slightly asymetrical detail like the shoulder flap.

You should PM member yfyf because that's him in the picture and he'd be able to tell you what the jacket is.
post #56 of 4945
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post
This is a very lightweight, brushed wool blazer I picked up from Opening Ceremony in January at 50% off for 275. The fabric is really really soft, it's a nice jacket. This is a size medium which corresponds to a 38; I think it's a bit big on me put it would probably be perfect for you Chrono. I might have it worked on but anyway, call them up (both stores) and see if they still have this shit lying aorund; I ordered the matching slacks a few weeks ago for a dance and they were 75% off at 80 bucks, so if they still have this blazer it should be for a good price.



Wait. Did you just call me fat?

That jacket looks pretty nice. Might have to look into it. Opening Ceremony nyc or la? If you are bored later and can trow a measurement or something in PM, that'd be cool.
post #57 of 4945
I just got a blazer from a place called crane brothers that might be what youre after, and they did mtm for no additional cost to off the rack. I'll try and get pics up for you soon chrono. If i do a fit pic excuse the way i look as i'm off sick today, ha.
post #58 of 4945
I appreciate it. Nice to see a post of your's as it has been awhile and your fits are always real sharp.
post #59 of 4945
I need a new jacket. Something basic like an M65. Should I just go for surplus, or try and find something in a similar vain in shops? I saw a Levi's military jacket on another thread, but cant find it on their website or anywhere else. EDIT: Around the 40/50 pound mark. 60 if its a really great buy.
post #60 of 4945
Looking for a slim navy COTTON blazer to be worn with cotton pants and jeans. The shipley and halmos blazer looked about perfect but it seems to have sold out about everywhere.
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