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Who knows if they'll ever tour again. Go, even if alone. Amazing to see hear those songs in-person, understand why they sound the way they do, lots of instruments - feels like Mangum keeps it just on the other side of noise.

Realizing that those sounds were the singing saws was awesome.
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been listening to neutral milk hotel lately thanks to whoever on here mentioned them (and reedo's avatar) and really like them, so thanks styleforum. thinking about copping tickets to their show in providence in april but don't want to go alone...lol. any of you other boston/provi dudes into them at all?

I'd go with you if youre actually going to go...and drive lol.

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this would be a really good post in the toj thread today

Do i want to know, if this feeling flows both ways?
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I'd go with you if youre actually going to go...and drive lol.
Do i want to know, if this feeling flows both ways?

Yes I'll dive. Ill text you. Sf got me hyped for this.
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Bracing myself for shitty bow-tie fits that would've made even early-SF Reedo blush. Happy New Year.
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Bracing myself for shitty bow-tie fits that would've made even early-SF Reedo blush. Happy New Year.

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i don't often go out but when i do some drunk girl spills red wine on $1000 worth of clothing.
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that's why you wear all uniqlo on nye mikey
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Welcome, 2015

Men’s Style (Finally) Lets Loose
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In many ways, this movement is simply a natural swing of the fashion pendulum. “For the past 10 years there’s been this overarching aesthetic of slim, structured, buttoned-up tailoring, but I think we’re seeing now that guys are ready for a little bit of a change,” said Jeff Hilliard of Hong Kong-based men’s emporium the Armoury, which opened an outpost in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood last year.
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i feel like i've been reading about the death of slim silhouettes for three years
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As the death knell allegedly tolls, Engineered Garments starts producing predominantly slim pants. Missed opportunity? Out of cycle? Aversion to trend setting?
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My legs are happy
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

i don't often go out but when i do some drunk girl spills red wine on $1000 worth of clothing.

If it helps to know, I've sent some pretty badly stained clothes to Rave Fabricare in Arizona and they've always been able to take care of things. Their usual advice is don't pre-treat stuff, but instead just send it to them as-is. Prices aren't cheap, but they're also not bad.
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i don't often go out but when i do some drunk girl spills red wine on $1000 worth of clothing.

And now you know why i stay away from Sligos.

To be fair the party i went to was super chill and much less crowded than other years. Weird that this is my last bit in Boston...
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i feel like i've been reading about the death of slim silhouettes for three years

What is missed is that fashion is becoming less and less centralized, with many trends and styles co-existing.  Yes, there are still trends, but subcultures keep and discard different trends at different rates.  Certainly, we see this here.  Styleforum, because of its large audience and "big tent" philosophy, shows this more than many other sites.  And it's clearly not just on Styleforum.  Although there has been a trend here towards technical clothing, the "heritage" trend is hardly dead.  Just look at fairs like Liberty and Bread&Butter.  

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@mike868y – Seconding dieworkwear's Rave Fabricare recommendation. They've gotten dye and ink both out of white shirts of mine. I paid about $20/shirt.
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