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Is there a Canadian equivalent for zappos? Looking for some beater house slippers. Warm beater house slippers.
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

The one jacket I have fits TTS but on the slim side, same as the other NCB jackets I have. I would like to once again reiterate how terrible that name change was.

Cool thank you
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:inlove:

 

also, HM have a new pair of wedge-sole "dress shoes" that actually look pretty cool (can't find a pic though)

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what are those?
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damir doma from LN-CC
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^ Damir Doma

 

edit: p4 beat me to it

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edit: already answered but yeah damir doma, came up on ln-cc today

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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

hey, it's you guys (well, technically me too i guess, though i'm on the cusp on the older end)

Millennial Males Are Brand Conscious Yet Rebel Against Mass Culture
Survey from Complex Media Details Rise of 'Bespoke Male'
http://adage.com/article/special-report-advertising-week-2013/millennial-males-brand-conscious/244308/

Not sure I'd say this "contradicts many assumptions about millennial males." Can't really figure out which assumptions he means. Would love to know if they asked that 81% who'll pay more for "quality" what they think "quality" means. It is also a study by Complex about Complex's core demographic that reinforces what Complex already thinks, so keep that in mind.

18-34 years old male Americans from all origins and social strata have so much in common...
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You can tell that "study" was looking to find exactly what it found. They'd probably thought up "bespoke male" before they even conducted it.

Everyone thinks they care about quality ffs.
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Guess everyone has to pay the piper sometime -- finally got hit with my first customs bill. $100 on a $600 order. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

18-34 years old male Americans from all origins and social strata have so much in common...

I would bet that they have a lot more in common that you'd think. Just taking a look at shops across the USA and Europe, from mass market chains to department stores to boutiques, I noticed (and commented on) a trend towards homogeneity, as the interwebz allows information to disseminate more and more quickly. There are clearly still regional differences and differences delineated by economic status, but it seems to me much less pronounced than before. Language too, is becoming more and more homogeneous.
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Random fashion thought:

Since I'm around the forums my style slowly transformed from brightly colored to moderately colorful to solid navy/black and is nearing all-black status.

Feels good tho.
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Filcol srs?
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Eschew the carryone and bring a garment bag. Hang up one suit, two shirts, one sportscoat and a pair of dark jeans, one additional pair of pants (slim flannels are easy) one sweater, and a pair of suit-worthy shoes, and you are pretty much set. Fold up a few tees, some underwear, and socks and put them in the side pocket. Wear some neutral boots (I prefer chukkas, since they are super comfortable on a plane ride).

No garment bag. And yeah that's more or less what I'm doing - I was hoping to bring a pair of sneakers though.
Packing list (Click to show)
1 suit
1 white broadcloth shirt
1 tie
1 pair black bals
1 pair brown boots or white sneakers (1 will be worn on plane)
1 pair flannel trouser or chino
1 OCBD
1 lightweight EG bedford
1 pair basketball shorts/sweats for around the house
dopp kit
white T's/socks/underwear

jeans will be worn on plane along with some sort of sweater or maybe a leather

Edited by cyc wid it - 9/24/13 at 6:51pm
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

Millennial Males Are Brand Conscious Yet Rebel Against Mass Culture
Survey from Complex Media Details Rise of 'Bespoke Male'
http://adage.com/article/special-report-advertising-week-2013/millennial-males-brand-conscious/244308/

 

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  • Wizards of the Coast
  • Allen Edmonds

 

I'm dying.

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