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post #4801 of 4945
Doc Martens are good. If you like chelsea boots you should look into Loake Bayswaters. I was recommended them in this very same thread and I couldn't be happier.
post #4802 of 4945
Go for something like #2 over #1. thumbs-up.gif
post #4803 of 4945
I'm on the hunt for some cropped pants for spring... thin and a little drapey with an unfinished/raw hem. Trying something new so suggestions in the sub $300 range would be nice.
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Anyone have suggestions for washed denim?

 

A lot of the denim talk on this thread is focused on raw denim and I don't care for that look (faded + distressed). I was a nice pair of dark wash jeans

that fits slim and is tapered.

 

My budget is up to $250.

post #4805 of 4945

^ MyHabit had Levi's Made and Crafted washed jeans for $65 and they might still be available.  My personal favorite is Our Legacy 1970's wash but they can be hard to find.  LVC 1967 505s are also a good option if you want a more premium option.

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Any suggestions on shorts?  Looking for something with a slim fit and classic look that I can wear every day in the spring and summer.  Keep the inseam between seven and nine inches.  I got a few 9" Bowery shorts from J Crew last year, but they're no longer selling them.  I'd be uncomfortable spending more than $80.

post #4807 of 4945

Anyone have suggestions for shorts for this coming spring/summer.

 

I have one pair of shorts from JCrew currently, but they're about two years ago and really big on me. Budget would be <= $150. I'm fine with some Uniqlo shorts but am curious about shorts from 'higher end' brands.

post #4808 of 4945

I need suggestions on shorts too.  Looking for something slim in an inconspicuous color with an inseam between seven and nine inches.  My budget is about half of yours, as I'd be uncomfortable spending more than $80.  Also, please have first-hand experience with recommended item.

post #4809 of 4945

I need suggestions on shorts too. Looking for something slim in an inconspicuous color with an inseam between seven and nine inches. My budget is about half of yours, as I'd be uncomfortable spending more than $80. Also, please have first-hand experience with recommended item.

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I have reached a point where I feeling more and more uncomfortable with my current wardrobre. Lot of things have changed in my live and now I want to look a bit dressier for evening/ night occasions (bars, clubs and so on wink.gif). That means wearing more shirts, blazers and dress shoes/ boots. But I`m a bit unsure which pants are a good choice, for being dressed up but not looking to formal. I thoughted of this dior jeans. Do you think that would be a nice pick, combined with two button navy blue blazer and slim boots or dress shoes? And second do you know some brands, models that could be a cheaper alternative for the diors? 

 

 

 

Further I would be glad, if you could give me more generall advices for "casual" dressing up. I`m an absolute noob in that area of style. blush.gif

 

Thank you!

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Looking for a grey wool coat. The coat should be long, just above the knees or longer. The color of the coat has to be medium gray or lighter. The coat should also have either a hood or tall popable collar. The coat has to come in a size for big & tall dudes (at least 44(54)L but preferably 46(56)L). Also, I really don't want a duffle coat, but basically I'm looking for a duffle coat without all the shit on the front of it.

Any recs?
post #4812 of 4945
Would like a chunky infinity scarf, ones from W+H seem kind of wimpy. SNS/Inverallan don't make em'
post #4813 of 4945
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

Looking for a grey wool coat. The coat should be long, just above the knees or longer. The color of the coat has to be medium gray or lighter. The coat should also have either a hood or tall popable collar. The coat has to come in a size for big & tall dudes (at least 44(54)L but preferably 46(56)L). Also, I really don't want a duffle coat, but basically I'm looking for a duffle coat without all the shit on the front of it.

Any recs?

schott nyc?
post #4814 of 4945
Quote:
Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

Looking for a grey wool coat. The coat should be long, just above the knees or longer. The color of the coat has to be medium gray or lighter. The coat should also have either a hood or tall popable collar. The coat has to come in a size for big & tall dudes (at least 44(54)L but preferably 46(56)L). Also, I really don't want a duffle coat, but basically I'm looking for a duffle coat without all the shit on the front of it.

Any recs?

Tough to find any coats past knee length. If you have the budget try Brooks Brothers - may find a coat on sale at this time of year if you can get to a retail location (though no long grey coats on their current website).
post #4815 of 4945
looking for a light-ish weight, long sleeve chambray shirt for summer...recs?
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