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post #77521 of 100264
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

Uhhh what is it about the Alden thread that annoys all of you? I don't realize it exists until it is brought up here every other week

I post there since I have Aldens and wear them probably 3-4x a week. Don't get all the hate for that thread or the Epaulet thread
post #77522 of 100264
anyone know how to get super glue out of clothes? i split the wood on my door and was glueing the panels back together and i guess some got on the carpet and then on my pants. they're 70% linen, 30% cotton then schneider pants. i've washed them and that appears to be pretty ineffective. i've used goo gone/goof off too and it hasn't really done much. most effective thing at this point is picking it off with my fingers but it's taking forever and i don't know that it will do the job completely.

also, anyone know where i can find a pair of these dr martens in size us 11 / uk 10? i also kind of like this pair but rather dislike the yellow stitching and slightly prefer the more matte leather on the other. i guess i could go over the stitching with sharpie, but would prefer not to.
post #77523 of 100264
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

I would think thefashionspot for women's, no? Haven't really looked too much at it, but I think a few people on here do

TFS is a weird combination of fashion industry discussion, model stalking, and personal style-centric discussion à la SF. PurseForum (with its members preternatural talent for posting about sales within seconds of their announcement) is closer to SF.

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Originally Posted by ImaPro View Post


The fashion spot its invitation only..


Not to view.

post #77524 of 100264
there is no equivalent to sf for women's fashion. women's stuff is way more blog-centric. also in women's fashion, fit is far less important than context and setting.
post #77525 of 100264
Thinking about getting this just for a collectors piece

Maison Martin Margiela Summer 98 All Suede Jacket



post #77526 of 100264
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Originally Posted by wurm View Post

anyone know how to get super glue out of clothes? i split the wood on my door and was glueing the panels back together and i guess some got on the carpet and then on my pants. they're 70% linen, 30% cotton then schneider pants. i've washed them and that appears to be pretty ineffective. i've used goo gone/goof off too and it hasn't really done much. most effective thing at this point is picking it off with my fingers but it's taking forever and i don't know that it will do the job completely.

also, anyone know where i can find a pair of these dr martens in size us 11 / uk 10? i also kind of like this pair but rather dislike the yellow stitching and slightly prefer the more matte leather on the other. i guess i could go over the stitching with sharpie, but would prefer not to.

gasoline should dissolve it.
post #77527 of 100264
Why not wear it too?
His flat and circular garments were always pretty great, especially the leather pieces, though I think most of them were wimminz.
post #77528 of 100264
I've been hearing about Malin + Goetz a lot in this thread recently and I'm thinking of giving it a try.
The only products I use are Kiehls facial fuel face wash, Kiehls amino acid shampoo and conditioner, Clinique 3.5 scruffing lotion, Degree deodorant, my go to fragrance: Marc Jacobs men.

Vetiver hand and body wash and peppermint shampoo sounds nice
post #77529 of 100264
nail polish remover will dissolve super glue
post #77530 of 100264
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

nail polish remover will dissolve super glue

Also sweat, but nail polish or just straight up acetone will do it.

On the other hand, it'll smell like acetone, so you'll have to rinse it after.
post #77531 of 100264
acetone may fade your clothing, so test an inconspicuous area first
post #77532 of 100264
Thursday morning. A man pulls up to an Exxon station and, after a pause, gets out of the car. He's clutching a pair of pants covered in sweat, acetone, and nail polish remover. He tosses the pants onto the ground and runs his fingers through his hair, muttering different variations of "goddammit." Finally he slides his credit card into the reader, grabs the pump, and douses those pants in gasoline. This is how this ends, he thinks. This is how this ends.
post #77533 of 100264
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

acetone may fade your clothing, so test an inconspicuous area first

i think they might have faded already from the scrubbing and shit i've done. they're black and i don't want to dye them but i might. was dumb of me to wear them while i did that
post #77534 of 100264
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

acetone may fade your clothing, so test an inconspicuous area first

Thats a really good point.
post #77535 of 100264
also, unfortunately they're so thin that i'm pretty sure it would bleed no matter where i tested. maybe i could do then inside behind a pocket but still seems risky. but they already look off in color so i don't know how much i have to lose.
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