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post #256 of 348
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post
May go for a Shirt x Comme Des Garcons orange puffer duffle. Really nice, fit me perfectly, and retails for a pretty reasonable price. Not sure if it fits with my wardrobe though.

Pics? I saw a bright blue Shirt x CDG thing at Bloomingdales that I'm considering- I wouldn't know how to describe it, but puffer duffle sounds about right. Waist length?
post #257 of 348
The orange duffle jacket/coat on the top left. The one I tried on had a more pronounced puffer...ness to it. Very nice and simple, substantial, phenomenal CDG construction, also came in light blue and maybe green? Also maybe another color don't really remember and was really only interested in the orange which I tried on in a medium and fit me perfectly. I am true small.
post #258 of 348
APC


APC


Barbour


EG


EG


WC Russell chukkas


RW




oh, and of course!

post #259 of 348
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post


The orange duffle jacket/coat on the top left.

The one I tried on had a more pronounced puffer...ness to it. Very nice and simple, substantial, phenomenal CDG construction, also came in light blue and maybe green? Also maybe another color don't really remember and was really only interested in the orange which I tried on in a medium and fit me perfectly. I am true small.

I've been wanting the jacket on the bottom left for more than a minute now. I don't think I can ask my girlfriend for more than one hooded Junya gift per month though. :\\
post #260 of 348
chessman305, nice choices. that barbour is definately tempting me.
post #261 of 348
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post


The orange duffle jacket/coat on the top left.

The one I tried on had a more pronounced puffer...ness to it. Very nice and simple, substantial, phenomenal CDG construction, also came in light blue and maybe green? Also maybe another color don't really remember and was really only interested in the orange which I tried on in a medium and fit me perfectly. I am true small.

Yeah, that is the same one. I tried on a small in the light blue color, fit was really good. Great buy for the price.
post #262 of 348
Man, I don't like workwear, but Junya is dope. So entertaining and surprising. My FW list keeps changing. Im buying now for next year, as SS for me is pretty easy as I have my T's sorted, a few pairs of shorts and button ups ready as well. Need some leather slides, another pair of aviators and some boardshorts and I'm pretty done. I really like the A.P.C shirt jacket and wool mohair knit this season. I also like the NdG knits, and will be ringing them to find out more. Hopefully we get to see some new service boots from W+H, or I might have to get some black oiled leather ones made up.
post #263 of 348
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post

The orange duffle jacket/coat on the top left.

The one I tried on had a more pronounced puffer...ness to it. Very nice and simple, substantial, phenomenal CDG construction, also came in light blue and maybe green? Also maybe another color don't really remember and was really only interested in the orange which I tried on in a medium and fit me perfectly. I am true small.

I'm not a fan of duffels that short, but I really like it. Very bold coloring, you have to post a WAYWT.
post #264 of 348
Probably won't end up picking it up unless I can manage to find it on sale, there are other things that are more demanding of my FW fund.
post #265 of 348
The only other thing I'm looking for this FW is a ridiculously chunky turtleneck in light grey or oat color. Something like this:
post #266 of 348
Very high on the list:
  • Bean Boots, 8" Insulate
  • Casual/Jeans belt (not entirely sure which direction I'll go)
Just bought this: Maybe: Down vest Subject to revision and addition.
post #267 of 348
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
The only other thing I'm looking for this FW is a ridiculously chunky turtleneck in light grey or oat color. Something like this:


Please don't get the gloves in that photo with it. I like that sweater, but it might be hard to find one like that with a decent fit that doesn't appear to be oversized in your normal size even. I believe you wear smalls as I do (although I think you're a bit thinner and definately taller then I) and I've always found finding a sweater like that is difficult in my personal experience.

EDIT: I had some luck I just remembered with an Alpaca sweater in that same colorway and similar pattern from the Brooks Brothers Outlet at the start of the spring season that was marked down by like 65-75%. That one fit me quite slim. Maybe give them a shot?
post #268 of 348
he did say "ridiculously chunky", nothing wrong with a loose fit heavy sweater for the winter.
post #269 of 348
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Originally Posted by PinkPantser View Post
he did say "ridiculously chunky", nothing wrong with a loose fit heavy sweater for the winter.

Not at all, I agree as I like variety and don't always want slim fit either. I was just trowin' it out there.
post #270 of 348
I love cable knit for the winter, I have a thick shetland wool one from (dare I say, Abercrombie) from 10 years ago - therefore sans logo that fits me perfect. Surprisingly, it was too warm for me to wear last winter in NYC, damn global warming. BTW you may want to consider a crewneck instead of a turtleneck so you have the option of a nice scarf. As much as I like the look of turtlenecks in some looks, they always felt too constricting in real life to be bothered with.
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