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yeah probably, my side zips seem to look best with around 7" leg opening, anything larger than that kind of overpowers them.

edit: actually i think fuuma once posted a great fit with a harnden jacket and some relaxed-looking cords (?) so it can work.
Edited by robinsongreen68 - 9/29/12 at 4:35am
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

Is the leg opening on new standards too wide for side-zips? I can't tell since mine aren't hemmed.

my NS look fine with side zips (i have a pair of 28 and a pair of 29 fwiw)

edit; i also wear them regularly with a suit, and my trousers have like an 8" leg opening or something
Edited by max_r - 9/28/12 at 9:45am
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Pretty sure I've seen Barims rock wide-legged trousers with narrow boots, and it looked pretty sweet
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estimated guess until someone here buys either the jacket or pants? laugh.gif

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haha saw that on some joke site before
which designer made this?
i kind of like it though
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

Pretty sure I've seen Barims rock wide-legged trousers with narrow boots, and it looked pretty sweet

Barims' pants have got a very specific tailored flare though. They aren't just any old generic office pant with oversized tubes.

In general, I like super narrow pants with any whole cut style boot (chelsea, jodhpur, side zip, etc). But also looks cool with either the tailored flare (slight bootcut ala Barims or LabelKing, rip) or even the super narrow scrunched-stack.
Edited by Parker - 9/28/12 at 11:52am
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Looks like one of those cards from Alice in Wonderland. colgate.gif

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Looks like one of those cards from Alice in Wonderland. colgate.gif

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Forecast for 98 next week. Man, I really need to get some more linen short sleeves....
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Originally Posted by Noctone View Post

Suspension Point's first shipment of Ute Ploier is up, for anyone that cares. A lot of really great pieces. drool.gif

yeah!! kinda like the bag with the rubber at the end.
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yeah if i was in the market at all for a new bag i'd be very tempted
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Just recently (mostly due to all the love on SF) got into stephan schneider and his work. Really cool stuff.
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

Soooo, after having that e-mail exchange with Marc Hare about bonwelts, I decided just for fun to e-mail the folks at Paul Smith about their Kennedy shoe, which also has a welt around the outside. Here's their response:
And suddenly, I feel like Roddy Piper in They Live, seeing bonwelts wherever I go. I could make a hobby out of this. Bonus (Click to show)
I know a bunch of people (me included) had their eye on these Common Projects. I'm tempted to shoot the company an e-mail and uncover their insidious bonwelting schemes mwahahahah

i'm kinda sorta wanting a pair of cp chucks up on the bay. but yeah, after all the science hendrix dropped i'm like 'why didn't they just paint the welt on'.
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pretty much relegated to not-buying confused.gif
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Damir Doma X Mykita Sunglasses
September 27, 2012 1:12 pm

mykita-sized.jpg
Up-and-coming designer Damir Doma had a strong showing on the Paris runway yesterday—what Style.com’s Nicole Phelps called his “click moment.” Paired with those smartly tailored pantsuits and sleeveless shifts were these über-cool circular frames, made in collaboration with eyewear brand Mykita (the label has just come off a collab with musician Beth Ditto). “This particular shape perfectly rounds up the Damir Doma look,” the designer says of the sunglasses made from gold, platinum, graphite, and horn (which explains the price tag—they start at $1,700 and they’re available on Mkyita.com in February). “From the very beginning, our aim was to translate the traditional shape into something modern and create an iconic object.” Here, Style.com has the up-close look at the shades.

Edited by the shah - 9/28/12 at 10:11pm
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post

yeah probably, my side zips seem to look best with around 7" leg opening, anything larger than that kind of overpowers them.
edit: actually i think fuuma once posted a great fit with a harnden jacket and some relaxed-looking cords (?) so it can work.

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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

Barims' pants have got a very specific tailored flare though. They aren't just any old generic office pant with oversized tubes.
In general, I like super narrow pants with any whole cut style boot (chelsea, jodhpur, side zip, etc). But also looks cool with either the tailored flare (slight bootcut ala Barims or LabelKing, rip) or even the super narrow scrunched-stack.

Agree.

it's hard to make any boots look good with wider hems.

Also kinda strange that the slimmest of plimsols often look good with yohji type pants.

Classical dandies seem to wear slim shoes with wide hems as well.
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