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post #17551 of 99817
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Originally Posted by naaaaate View Post
OKAY so we are just now find out the factory 'screwed the pooch' sizes xs-xxl of our After-Diner shirting because of a design oversight and allbody please -CALM DOWN-. now what happen is that there are no "hand holes" at the ends of each sleeve and both sleeves connect to each one another at the end to make an O shape like an ouroboros but if you do not need hands to do anything it Not Gonna Be a Big Deal No Way Jose. you guys are LUCKY DUCKY this was only one of the "design mixup" that were left in my pattern by the iguana I hired on as Official Wolf Vs Ghost Pattermaker. there is another. And the other is the bonus third sleeve that comes out the middle of the back of the shirt which DOES have hand hole for arm so if you need to use your 'fingly dinglies' for anything you pull arm out of normal sleeve and put it through that back sleeve and it's all good "in the hood". we've charged everyone's credit cards and just now shipped the shirts. i have already gotten lots of compliments on my shirt i think you guys are gonna think these are KEEN and are the BEAST KNEES!

oh and p-s: TOTEHOLDERS YOU KNOW THE DRILL BUT HERE IS A DIFFERENT DRILL YOU SHOULD KNOW after last weeks grisly events of surrounding our buddy RandmoKoreaDude my lawyer has asked me to Tell It Like It Is to you dudes that please be careful as we just found out the zipper pull on our the totes were smelted down from an Artefact Of UNspeakable Ancient Evil and you need to take yr totes to a some kind of high level cleric and get a circle of protection cast upon it so you don't get banished eternally to the Abyssal Realm of Tartarus like what happen to RKD

best mauro

ahahahahahaha, all it needs is a reference to 'horse headed candy"
post #17552 of 99817
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Originally Posted by APK View Post
At the risk of opening a can of worms, I'm glad the WvG shirting is doing and looking well, because the front page of this forum has two threads that are sore reminders of the denim disasters from last year.

And I feel like I've seen 15 posts from poor connor to the effect of "What's going on?" with regards to contest reward collab.

lol mauros real busy, he gives me a call or an email here and there though... im persistant with things i like. like denim

jd hit the nail on the head too... most jeans were fine but with such a small run and having basically all of them purchased by SF members even a few issues becomes a huge deal
post #17553 of 99817
All the people involved in the creative aspect of the collab are great people by all accounts. But Crate denim sucks. Good example of SF group think. No one had anything good to say about, then Mauro picks up a lot of their cuts for spring '09 and suddenly, Crate is allegedly the best denim you can buy for that price. Then the collab comes out, all of the production flaws surface, and Crate goes back to being that company run by good guys pushing shoddy goods.
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hahahahaha like an ouroboros.
post #17555 of 99817
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Originally Posted by naaaaate View Post
OKAY so we are just now find out the factory 'screwed the pooch' sizes xs-xxl of our After-Diner shirting because of a design oversight and allbody please -CALM DOWN-.

please post more oh my god this is funny
post #17556 of 99817
Going through all my old clothes and sorting them properly to give to the Salvation Army...Found an abercrombie tee I used to wear in high school and put it on. Fits perfectly unlike all my Alt and American Apparel tees.
post #17557 of 99817
I heard that the people behind the Twilight movie saga are suing a clothing company for selling a jacket that looks identical to something one of the female characters wore. I've never seen any of the movies, nor could I identify any of the actors in them. However, I knew exactly what piece of clothing they were referring to because I'd become somewhat familiar with the brand when they released the jacket.

So what's more embarrassing: the guy who's seen Twilight or the guy who is familiar with a female brand that would release a piece of clothing inspired by a movie like Twilight?
post #17558 of 99817
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
i thought Scott (from sf not the sartorialist) might've said something about the shoes cos he'd been raving about something Junya did like this:



I don't get it myself, but it was cool to see it when i'd seen scott talking about those types of soles like a month earlier.

Some stupid hick from MC hated this look (it rules) and other mongrels agreed. I can just imagine the dumbass in his badly fitting navy suit, rep tie and brown loafers all flustered that someone might appreciate not dressing like a middle manager.
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Thoughts on the Patrik Ervell copper oxide shirts? I'm very very very close to buying one right now but I am having some reservations about wearing it at college and dealing with people asking questions about it and figuring out ways to try and explain it... Maybe I can just laugh it off, which is what I've been doing more and more recently.
post #17560 of 99817
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Some stupid hick from MC hated this look (it rules) and other mongrels agreed. I can just imagine the dumbass in his badly fitting navy suit, rep tie and brown loafers all flustered that someone might appreciate not dressing like a middle manager.

I don't like the shoes.
post #17561 of 99817
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
I don't like the shoes.
I'd never wear them but I haven't considered a Prada piece in a while, this shirt might be it. Wore the shirt we both own yesterday, it does have a certain perverse element to it.
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^Did you mean the pullover Fuuma? I like it too, though the Lanvin FW10 sweater I like much more.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
I'd never wear them but I haven't considered a Prada piece in a while, this shirt might be it. Wore the shirt we both own yesterday, it does have a certain perverse element to it.

I also have a camo print shirt from them that looks perverse with a white suit and repp tie.
post #17564 of 99817
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Originally Posted by APK View Post
I heard that the people behind the Twilight movie saga are suing a clothing company for selling a jacket that looks identical to something one of the female characters wore. I've never seen any of the movies, nor could I identify any of the actors in them. However, I knew exactly what piece of clothing they were referring to because I'd become somewhat familiar with the brand when they released the jacket. So what's more embarrassing: the guy who's seen Twilight or the guy who is familiar with a female brand that would release a piece of clothing inspired by a movie like Twilight?
The second one. Ashley Greene removes any embarrassment from watching Twilight
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post
Thoughts on the Patrik Ervell copper oxide shirts? I'm very very very close to buying one right now but I am having some reservations about wearing it at college and dealing with people asking questions about it and figuring out ways to try and explain it... Maybe I can just laugh it off, which is what I've been doing more and more recently.
Why do you need to explain your clothing?
post #17565 of 99817
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Originally Posted by APK View Post
All the people involved in the creative aspect of the collab are great people by all accounts. But Crate denim sucks. Good example of SF group think. No one had anything good to say about, then Mauro picks up a lot of their cuts for spring '09 and suddenly, Crate is allegedly the best denim you can buy for that price. Then the collab comes out, all of the production flaws surface, and Crate goes back to being that company run by good guys pushing shoddy goods.

i really like my CvsFs, the cut is great for me and my denim has good character. but ive never been impressed with crates normal stuff. dead on about the power of groupthink on here

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Originally Posted by APK View Post
I heard that the people behind the Twilight movie saga are suing a clothing company for selling a jacket that looks identical to something one of the female characters wore. I've never seen any of the movies, nor could I identify any of the actors in them. However, I knew exactly what piece of clothing they were referring to because I'd become somewhat familiar with the brand when they released the jacket.

So what's more embarrassing: the guy who's seen Twilight or the guy who is familiar with a female brand that would release a piece of clothing inspired by a movie like Twilight?

if its the jacket that bella wears i bought that for one of my sisters for christmas. she likes it, i like it too actually



so heres my new fashion accessory for the next few weeks



to cover up this
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