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Denim and style in Vegas-- Rock & Repub, etc. wow.

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Well, i just got back from a short trip to Vegas. Altho we stayed at the Hard Rock, it was really cool to visit Fashion Show Mall and Caesars, including shopping premium denim at stores like Still (extremely helpful salespeople, and they hem a jean like no other I have ever seen-- looks PERFECT, undetectable that jeans have even been altered!!!). I took a look at Scoop NYC, and the Diesel store was a trip (REALLY cool cotton jackets for $160, and I picked up a cool red t-shirt)

At Still, I bought a pair of jeans that were so expensive, the price made me sweat. However, they fit and felt so good, the pair really put my 7 for all mankind stuff to absolute shame. great details, excellent wash, etc. So, that was my first pair of Rock and Republic jeans (later in the trip, I actually bought a second pair in a very conservative wash with mild detailing, that would look GREAT with a sportcoat and polished captoes, i think).

What's the consensus on R&R (besides the outrageous price)?

These pix don't have much to do with the jeans, but thought they might be fun to look at:





post #2 of 18
Gotta love Body English.
post #3 of 18
Is that you Foxx?
post #4 of 18
Thread Starter 
the goofy fellow in the blazer and the big grin? yep, that's me.

wish i coulda spent more time with the beautiful blond girl, kissin on the right-- she was extremely cool, and a lot of fun.
post #5 of 18
Vegas is cool. good shopping there. I wish when I was there last summer I picked up some dior homme jeans at the wynn.
post #6 of 18
Normally I'd rib you for untucking the stripey, but it looks like you couldn't have cared less about your clothes at the moment. Which is, hm, rather understandable.
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Originally Posted by The_Foxx
wish i coulda spent more time with the beautiful blond girl, kissin on the right-- she was extremely cool, and a lot of fun.

I rather prefer the brunette on the other side.
post #8 of 18
Please tell me you weren't wearing square toed shoes...

post #9 of 18
I was going to say the same thing, but less eloquently.
post #10 of 18
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Please tell me you weren't wearing square toed shoes...

hahahaha
post #11 of 18
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I would never wear square-toed shoes!! At the time, i had on a pair of ferragamo pebble grained laceups, with rubber soles.

if only i had worn something similar to the Ghost Bar......
post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by The_Foxx
I would never wear square-toed shoes!! At the time, i had on a pair of ferragamo pebble grained laceups, with rubber soles.

if only i had worn something similar to the Ghost Bar......

Thank god! I thought that I was going to have to "turn my back" on you like you had just unneccesarily killed someone in the Kumite.
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Originally Posted by The_Foxx
wish i coulda spent more time with the beautiful blond girl, kissin on the right-- she was extremely cool, and a lot of fun.

What did your wife think of those pics?
post #14 of 18
Thread Starter 
bradford, surely you are aware of the vegas creed

What happens in Vegas.....
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Thank god! I thought that I was going to have to "turn my back" on you like you had just unneccesarily killed someone in the Kumite.

"Very good, but brick no hit back..."

I apologize. That had nothing to do with anything. I just needed to get in out of my system.
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