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post #71911 of 109053
Needs n photo for assessment but I say sale and don't mess up that PW aesthetic
post #71912 of 109053
Needs n photo for assessment but I say sale and don't mess up that PW aesthetic
post #71913 of 109053
yeah length on the sweater is workable. must fix pants tho...

in other news - someone find me a LUC beanie or something (or leu) - i haven't recovered from the grief of losing a brand new one last month - can't find in stock anywhere frown.gif

or this damir cap
http://www.layerslondon.com/clothing/menswear/accessories/hats/visor_hat.html
post #71914 of 109053
Last one I had bookmarked sold last week frown.gif

For the peeps with the silent beanies from this or past season, did you tuck or take off the long tag? I'm looking at the seams and it looks like f I take out the seams that attach the elongated tag it may damage the integrity of the beanie (double layer cotton one). Hmmm.
post #71915 of 109053
how long is the sweater?
post #71916 of 109053
it goes to my knees

no bigd - it still looks awesome, just not with the one pair of pants i tried with so far
post #71917 of 109053
bzilla got me wanting uc again

should go to west la and check shit out
post #71918 of 109053
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

bzilla got me wanting uc again

should go to west la and check shit out

He got you too huh?
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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

it goes to my knees

no bigd - it still looks awesome, just not with the one pair of pants i tried with so far

Related to this, are there any plebe brands that have long sweaters/shirts/tees? not as long as to the knees maybe, but well past the waist
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I have been seriously disappointed in schneider's construction: after probably 10 wears with a belt, the belt hooks on my pants were falling off- and now, after maybe 15 wears, some of the seams are coming apart. It is sad, and I am unsure if this is a common problem, or jus a random occurrence. 

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a few weeks ago i asked about fingerless knit gloves and i purchased some barbour gloves but I don't like how long the fingers holes are on it. they go too far - i want something shorter. any recommendations for knit fingerless gloves in black or grey that have short finger holes...or, alternatively, an arm warmer? not looking to spend too much but not looking for something super cheap either. looking to spend less than $50, preferably ~$30.
post #71922 of 109053
I want some Tom Ford
post #71923 of 109053
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Originally Posted by wurm View Post

a few weeks ago i asked about fingerless knit gloves and i purchased some barbour gloves but I don't like how long the fingers holes are on it. they go too far - i want something shorter. any recommendations for knit fingerless gloves in black or grey that have short finger holes...or, alternatively, an arm warmer? not looking to spend too much but not looking for something super cheap either. looking to spend less than $50, preferably ~$30.

Marrkt has some Highland 2000 on "sale" at 15£.

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post #71924 of 109053
It feels like the new streetwear guy is about to offer me a mint julep.
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Where do you NYC/Brooklyn guys get you hair cut?

I havent cut my hair in two years, going in for a snip tomorrow. I always went to this one dude at Astor Hair, but in retrospect he wasn't that great.

Dickson's Hairshop on the LES is cool. But you have to book in advance because it's tiny and they fill up quick. I used to go there regularly. If you're in Williamsburg the Beehive is good. Staff is nice.

Those are on the pricier end. Well, not so pricy for NYC. They're like $40. It's not like going to Bumble&Bumble. Now I go to George's 2 in Park Slope because it's $12 and as long as I tell the guy everything to do it's just as good as any other spot I've been to.

Never liked Astor. Always felt like their top priority was getting you out of there as quickly as possible.
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