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post #4531 of 4942
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Originally Posted by Ecco View Post

Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone could point me towards a slim, casual yellow blazer/light coat to pair with jeans for under $200. Suggestions?


What type of jean's were you going to try and pair the blazer with? Dark / light wash?? Yellow is a nice choice for summer time.

I found this, its a more darker shade of yellow compared to the brighter shades used in the summer. Still looks good tho!
http://www.frontlineshop.com/SCOTCH-SODA-Railroad-Jacket-yellow/291894001/?PromoCode=criteo


 

post #4532 of 4942
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Originally Posted by itsmarcnotmark View Post

Hello everyone, I'm obviously new to this thread, and sometimes i see people post stuff for sale with just waist sizes(14,15,16, etc.) and i was wondering if anyone had a converter for those to US sizes?

 

do you know what measurement that is in? (inches, cenimeters etc) This link should help:

http://www.onlineconversion.com/clothing_mens.htm

 

sounds like female waist size though.

post #4533 of 4942
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Originally Posted by sickstyle15 View Post

Hello,

    I would like a nice casual boot. Color/look similar to this (don't know what brand/model this is, just liked the look of it). Also, preferably not super expensive. Any recommendations? Thanks.

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I think you'd find an interest in Red Wings... check the link..

http://www.redwingheritage.com/boots#&f=&m=/detail/875-heritage-us/875-red-wing-mens-6-inch-boot-boot-brown

post #4534 of 4942
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Originally Posted by denm bar View Post


What type of jean's were you going to try and pair the blazer with? Dark / light wash?? Yellow is a nice choice for summer time.

I found this, its a more darker shade of yellow compared to the brighter shades used in the summer. Still looks good tho!
http://www.frontlineshop.com/SCOTCH-SODA-Railroad-Jacket-yellow/291894001/?PromoCode=criteo


 

I wear darker raw jeans, so a lighter summer yellow.  That jacket is exactly what I'm looking for but just a lighter shade.

post #4535 of 4942
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Originally Posted by Ecco View Post

I wear darker raw jeans, so a lighter summer yellow.  That jacket is exactly what I'm looking for but just a lighter shade.


I know exactly what you mean, I was hoping for a pastel yellow - that would really bring out the indigo. Hope you find what you're looking for!

post #4536 of 4942
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Originally Posted by itsmarcnotmark View Post

Hello everyone, I'm obviously new to this thread, and sometimes i see people post stuff for sale with just waist sizes(14,15,16, etc.) and i was wondering if anyone had a converter for those to US sizes?


Hello! And those are not women's sizes. Those are accurate/actual measurements of the waistband, as opposed to the tagged size. The measurement is cut in half because the waistband is doubled, folded, etc. (For example, a pair of pants with a true 32" waist will have a waistband measurement of 16").
post #4537 of 4942

I'm looking to get a grey blazer/coat to go with dark indigo jeans, black T-shirt, and brown desert boots. Nothing too expensive though. I've come Narrowed it down to two choices:

 

A)http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00421BL7E/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&m=ATVPDKIKX0DER

 

B)http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007QMB9DW/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?ie=UTF8&m=A2I38I2YSDNB86

 

C)http://www.amazon.com/Armani-Exchange-Linen-Pocket-Blazer/dp/B008271AX4/ref=sr_1_2?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1341068041&sr=1-2

I like how light option B is, but I feel like the plaid pattern wouldn't do much in the ways of going for a more simplistic look. I like C, but I feel that the pockets make it look too "informal".

Any insight or even alternate options would be appreciated.


Edited by What If - 6/30/12 at 7:56am
post #4538 of 4942
Can anyone recommend me a light or medium weight (i.e. 3-season) outerwear to go with a T-shirt and jeans. I tend toward things with no hood. It also can't be a denim jacket because I can't rock the Canadian tuxedo.
post #4539 of 4942

Looking for a new pair of sunglasses in tortoise colouring, I'm looking for something kinda retro like ray ban clubmasters but saw the new ray ban meteors and was wondering if they're too feminine for a guy?Ray-Ban-Meteor-1.jpg

post #4540 of 4942
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Looking for a fall jacket kinda like this—navy, badass collar, cropped length (but not too cropped)...

Can anyone ID this? or can anyone suggest something similar?
post #4541 of 4942
Anyone know something similar to this? Or anyone who might have one for sale?
http://www.yvgeny.com/undercover/undercover-by-jun-takahashi-short-sleeved-underman-jacket/

350

350
Edited by Regg - 7/5/12 at 2:57pm
post #4542 of 4942

 

That is a sick jacket, too bad it's short sleeve.

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Edited by thewho13 - 7/5/12 at 3:08pm
post #4544 of 4942
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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

Thanks Regg, but the short sleeves kinda kill it. confused.gif

Thanks for what, I want one biggrin.gif haha oh I gotcha, it did sound like I was suggesting it to you. It wasn't meant as a response to you lol, sorry

I think the short sleeves make it, though it's not exactly practical.
post #4545 of 4942

I was am interested in something like the picture below. Any ideas?

 

 

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