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post #87736 of 103565
what am I missing?

looking at something on the antonioli website.

price shipped to france: 504 EUR (687 USD)
price shipped to canada: 585 CAD (547 USD)
price shipped to US: 814 USD

wtf? aside from not looking like VAT is being deducted, why would price to US be more expensive than to canada?
post #87737 of 103565
submit that shit to yourkickstartersucks
post #87738 of 103565
post #87739 of 103565
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

Which email should I send to

campbell AT darklandsberlin.com for the man himself, but he's also passed me off to staff AT darklandsberlin.com but I'm not sure they've given me a response before.
post #87740 of 103565
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

I'm assuming it takes them a day or two?

Yes

 

lol

post #87741 of 103565
this is the real lol part
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They will arrive inside our linen shoe bag, resting in a bed of shredded US currency
post #87742 of 103565
Oh man I just had some dude on Sufu offer me $35 shipped for a sweater I just posted at $110 yesterday lol
post #87743 of 103565
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Originally Posted by steveoffice View Post

why is stitches mad at obama?
i'm so lost... puzzled.gif

not worth getting into. personal issue.

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how did they fall so short? everyone i know struggles to get their collar over their tie!

srs, was this a joke or an actual business venture?

post #87744 of 103565
It's funny how one's view on silhouettes changes suddenly. I've always hated when sweaters have been too loose on the bottom and cause a noticeable back tent. It's been the bane of my sartorial existence alongside narrow shoes and tiny Japanese clothing sizes.

But now I just received this cool felted wool sweater with a jersey underlayer which has the back tent in full affect and I'll be damned if I don't think it just looks cool.
post #87745 of 103565
exacy
post #87746 of 103565
Is there anywhere selling flat-front pants in a shaggy mixed-color tweed like this?



Otherwise, is there a forum affiliate I can approach with an idea as basic as that?
Or should I be looking for a local tailor with his own swatch book?

(Inspired by ghostface's fit in a pair of the same tweed trousers I once saw on eBay and bid on but didn't win)
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Originally Posted by ghostface View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



cdgh+ heavy wool jacket
folk woven cotton shirt
zara lavender modal scarf
marc jacobs mossy tweed trousers
carpe diem boots
post #87747 of 103565
Try Epaulet
post #87748 of 103565
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

It's funny how one's view on silhouettes changes suddenly. I've always hated when sweaters have been too loose on the bottom and cause a noticeable back tent. It's been the bane of my sartorial existence alongside narrow shoes and tiny Japanese clothing sizes.

But now I just received this cool felted wool sweater with a jersey underlayer which has the back tent in full affect and I'll be damned if I don't think it just looks cool.

Hah actually thought of the exact same thing yesterday, my filippa k cardigan also flares out at the back if I let it fall "straight" in the front, didn't like it at first but liking it now 

 

also, holy damn there's a lot of cool stuff on rakuten, someone please buy my stuff so I can buy other stuff :D


Edited by kindofyoung - 12/5/13 at 2:34pm
post #87749 of 103565
Some of my recent purchases are starting to trickle in and these are alright, I take back what I said previously. All I need now is some virgin wool pants for full dad Margielaism

post #87750 of 103565
Just curious Regis, how does the old man dress normally? I don't exactly picture him wearing bowling shirts and shorts with an ALS walking around Miami.
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