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post #63451 of 103458
conceptionist - I size down 2 for raws and 1 for washed cuts.

g transisitor - I got my last one from thecorner. They get marked down quite often.
post #63452 of 103458
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how much are you looking to spend? I like manetamed in williamsburg, pretty reasonable, she's vidal sassoon trained and will do exactly what you tell her very well. if you want to spend a little more, hard to go wrong with tommy guns, locations in the burg and in the LES.

I definitely don't want to spend much more than what manetamed costs. I might just get my friend that's an art student to cut my hair. Or I might just grow it out, not sure.
post #63453 of 103458
Tomcats in greenpoint is cool. Hard to beat 20$ for a decent cut and a beer. I only go once a month and clean up the sides/back myself with clippers maybe twice in between.
post #63454 of 103458
Grow some balls and cut your own hair, man.
post #63455 of 103458
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Apologies for another boring sizing question.
To Dior 19cm owners:

How should I size them? 
My waist is 34.5" where I wear jeans. I take 31 in APC PS, 32 in Uniqlo pants & 33 in Uniqlo T-000.

For 19cm, you are a tweener 31/32 in MIJ raws and one size up from that in most washes.
post #63456 of 103458
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conceptionist - I size down 2 for raws and 1 for washed cuts.
g transisitor - I got my last one from thecorner. They get marked down quite often.

Yeah I saw some old links for the corner but they might not be carrying it anymore? I can't find anything on the site.
post #63457 of 103458
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Grow some balls and cut your own hair, man.

says the baldy with no hair
post #63458 of 103458
I think I saw some homeless/junkie dude wearing Rick dunks (Runks?) tonight. He also had braids and some bizarre bedazzled denim jacket. Maybe he was just way ahead of the curve.
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probably someone here
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Paul Mole on Lex and 78th is where I used to get my hair cut.  Nice old school barber vibe, the place is around 100 years old, if you want a more modern cut I suggest going elsewhere, I don't think any of the barbers there are under 65.

 

Interesting side note the founder used to "cut hair" using a some sort of torch and wet towel.

post #63461 of 103458
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says the baldy with no hair

As opposed to the baldy with a mop of hair, amirite?

Man, there is a dearth of tailors where I live. There's a nice little menswear shop nearby that I had some minor alterations done at a couple of years ago, but apparently they no longer do any tailoring for items not purchased in the store. Then there's the shop where the lady seemed befuddled when I took in a shirt a couple years ago to have slimmed down. There's some dude with an extremely foreign name that has a spot nearby I guess I could check out, but he shares store space with a barbershop. foo.gif
post #63462 of 103458
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Yeah I saw some old links for the corner but they might not be carrying it anymore? I can't find anything on the site.

you might be right. leclaireur, hirshleifers, and h lorenzo also carry them. I've seen a lot of sites place them in the womens section too so dig around.
post #63463 of 103458
So I'm looking for something very specific, similar in style to this but with an actual lining:

KC22-008_3_3_3.jpg
  • Wool/Wool blend
  • Big hood
  • Full lining (quilted a plus but not necessary)
  • Clean silhouette
  • Preferably charcoal, but black OK
  • NOT a mods coat/fishtail or duffle
  • Mid-thigh length

Any suggestions?
post #63464 of 103458
Haha we're in the same boat brad, I've been lusting over that coat all weekend. It's absolutely perfect except for being too light for Nebraska winters.

The only coat I know off the top of my head that is similar and with full lining is the Berber coat from Schneider this season. Bit shorter than the KKA though.
post #63465 of 103458
yes, that's the one I thought as well. unfortunately as you said it is too short and i find the shape a bit awkward.

indeed, this coat is too perfect, I wish he would make an "international" version.
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