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post #16 of 36
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Is this a boys band ? gay porn ? I just can't stand french cuffs without cuffs. .luc
Boy's band reduced to doing gay porn for the money, I think. Except for the Earnest Sewns, I saw nothing I really, really liked in that spread. As for the cuffs thing, I generally don't wear shirts with French cuffs casually anyway, and on the odd occasion that I have, I'll fold up the sleeves. Without links seems affected, with links seems a little uptight.
post #17 of 36
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I actually looked at the picture last night, and boy, I was wrong.  That is the Fillmore XX, the Selvedge rigid denim straightleg.  Nice jean - a little light for selvedge though, imo. Sorry for the confusion.
thanks heaps LA guy. any ideas where i could find this online? is it harder to come by / more expensive?
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(LA Guy @ May 10 2005,07:17) I actually looked at the picture last night, and boy, I was wrong.  That is the Fillmore XX, the Selvedge rigid denim straightleg.  Nice jean - a little light for selvedge though, imo. Sorry for the confusion.
thanks heaps LA guy. any ideas where i could find this online? is it harder to come by / more expensive?
It's a pretty difficult model to come by, but not more expensive than the others. Have you tried goclothing.com or revolveclothing.com yet?
post #19 of 36
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yeap, checked both... even a google search doesnt turn up anything. the only place i see it is on the earnest sewn website.
post #20 of 36
The guy in the center is rockin. At least his clothes fit right
post #21 of 36
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is there a difference between fillmore.xx and filson.xx? I have found these. filson.xx As the Filson style is not mentioned on the es website I am guessing perhaps Filson is an old style and Fillmore is the replacement for this season?
post #22 of 36
The pair in the picture is the Filson straight-leg in the rigid selvedge denim (the XX). The Fillmore is an AG jean. EDIT: Totally my bad. According to the ES Web site, the Filson is now the Fillmore. To be honest, right now the Earnest Sewn inventory confuses me: there's the Hutch bootcut, the Filson/Fillmore straight-leg, the Hemingway full, the Rollins full straight, the Walken military pocket ...
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for convenience - second from the right
I look exactly like the second guy from the left... In case anyone wanted to know. Same hair, size, face, etc... kinda weird how simillar.
post #24 of 36
ever considered modelling and/or getting a haircut?
post #25 of 36
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The guy in the center is rockin. At least his clothes fit right
Brian, I think the guy in the middle looks like an offspring of some 80s new wave bands like duran-duran... And what's the deal with those guys who wear their jeans so low on the hips, it actually looks like their torso is just about the same size as their legs. luc
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(Brian SD @ May 10 2005,17:14) The guy in the center is rockin. At least his clothes fit right
Brian, I think the guy in the middle looks like an offspring of some 80s new wave bands like duran-duran... And what's the deal with those guys who wear their jeans so low on the hips, it actually looks like their torso is just about the same size as their legs. luc
all of the guys have their jeans that low. his torso just looks long cause his shirt is tucked in.
post #27 of 36
yes, well, that makes sense. I guess it's just another reason they should not try to look like women .luc
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yes, well, that makes sense. I guess it's just another reason they should not try to look like women .luc
Personally, I like my jeans worn nearly that low. In a recent interview with Jean Touitou (A.P.C.) he said that French men have a tendency to wear their jeans too high, which is one of the reasons he lowered the rise of the A.P.C. Standard jean, so that French guys couldn't wear them that high even if they wanted to. Not to cast aspersions on anyone, of course...
post #29 of 36
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The pair in the picture is the Filson straight-leg in the rigid selvedge denim (the XX). The Fillmore is an AG jean. EDIT: Totally my bad. According to the ES Web site, the Filson is now the Fillmore. To be honest, right now the Earnest Sewn inventory confuses me: there's the Hutch bootcut, the Filson/Fillmore straight-leg, the Hemingway full, the Rollins full straight, the Walken military pocket ...
Get the Filson (use a coupon code). Yes, it appears that the Fillmore is the new name for their straight leg jean. From what little I've seen, the Fillmore's are slightly looser in the leg than the Filson.
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ever considered modelling and/or getting a haircut?
Been there, done that, no thanks and cut my hair?.?. No way.
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