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i really need to stop shopping online out of boredom.
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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

whats the most damage anyone's done to a piece of clothing trying it on? My friend just snapped the laces on a pair of CCP derbies - he freaked out, but they were pretty cool about it, especially since those laces are apparently made of gossamer

Not much, made a button fall off here and there and that's about it. My own clothing sometimes end up torn (even leathers) or with cigarette burns, just had a MMM jacket rewoven because I got a huge one at a party.
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Reopened a finger cut while handling various AnnD boots, started dripping blood on a pair of white vitellos
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Ariiam what jacket is that
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Broke the leather pulltab on a pair of Raf boots once while trying them on.
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How about clothing damaging you - I got crabs trying on pants in a thrift store on Haight Street 20 years ago.
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i once got trapped in a pair of pants i was trying on because of their hem size being too small for my heel. i thought i was gonna have to break the stitching to get them off or get the shopkeeper to help me out of a pair of pants, but being trapped in 400 dollar pants i did not want, i started sweating, and thus it was easier to slip them off. which is way better.
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RFT: Im not sure if it comes from a lack of creativity or a love of simplicity, but I find that unless I make an effort otherwise I end up in mostly monochrome. Could be all blue, brown/tan, green, or black/gray/white, but that seems to be my default when I get dressed in the morning.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

RFT: Im not sure if it comes from a lack of creativity or a love of simplicity, but I find that unless I make an effort otherwise I end up in mostly monochrome. Could be all blue, brown/tan, green, or black/gray/white, but that seems to be my default when I get dressed in the morning.

embrace the swd minimalist monochromaster in you.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

RFT: Im not sure if it comes from a lack of creativity or a love of simplicity, but I find that unless I make an effort otherwise I end up in mostly monochrome. Could be all blue, brown/tan, green, or black/gray/white, but that seems to be my default when I get dressed in the morning.

I dress in all blue with a different color shoes and some times shirts 99% of the time.


Also I once stepped through the seat of my jeans.
post #103196 of 109053
I know nothing about the brand "west america," but i want this woolrich poncho

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Why is it the armholes on most shirts are made for 12 year old girls, I'm not a giant meat head, but even in a large I feel like I'm giving birth to an arm.
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Why is it the armholes on most shirts are made for 12 year old girls, I'm not a giant meat head, but even in a large I feel like I'm giving birth to an arm.

Maybe you are a giant meathead?

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I'm fairly certain I'm not, as there are guys at my gym, who has biceps the size of my thighs.
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

I'm fairly certain I'm not as there are guys at my gym, who has biceps the size of my thighs.

Ditto, but giant meathead is relative.  I mean, sure, here in Moscow, ID, I am relatively slim, especially for my age, and fast with a fair bit of core and body strength, but I am far, far, from the biggest guy in the gym.  There are joints around here where I am shorter than average by a full 3-4" and lighter by a good 30-40 lbs.  However, in Asia, or honestly, even in most of the #menswear world, I feel like I am on the bigger side of things.  I am a Japanese L, but in Idaho, I can easily fit in an M or even an S in some brands.

 

For reference, I am not that small, at 5'11" and 177 lbs, but I'm hardly huge.  

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