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post #90856 of 109053
Also, holy shit, he was 46?! I would have guess around 60

I thought he was excellent in Before the Devil Knows You're Dead and Magnolia. Time to watch Capote
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Originally Posted by conceptual 4est View Post
 

 

Not just saying this because it's mine, but what "kind" of a 36 are you?  If you're super skinny and short it definitely won't work, but if you're an average 36 but on the taller side it would be probably be perfect.  I'm a pretty typical 36 and it's great on me, but the sleeves are just a good inch too long (I'm 5'9" so not particularly big).  They have functional cuffs too so I'm not about to try and get them shortened.

 

If you're any taller than me it would probably be great though.  I guess it was just built for tall skinny models or something since it's a sample.  Might be helpful to compare the measurements to a similar blazer as well, because I wouldn't want you to pick it up and still have it not fit.

 

I have the height for it (5'11'') but I'm probably too skinny. The only other blazer I have right now is a Dries one from F/W2012 in 46EU and even that one is billowy. I'll have to think about what sort of fit I want from this blazer again, but alas I don't think it was meant to be :(

 

Thanks though!

 

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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

Also, holy shit, he was 46?! I would have guess around 60

I thought he was excellent in Before the Devil Knows You're Dead and Magnolia. Time to watch Capote

 

 

I don't think I could watch Capote again right now, the ending would just be too much with this recent news

post #90858 of 109053
Size 28 waxed bikers sold out on Matches in a day. Crazy.
post #90859 of 109053
dear talented people- stop overdosing. kthx frown.gif
post #90860 of 109053
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post

type the things you've been thinking, about buying, collections, designers, whatever.


I'll start.


selling all my funkiest shit because what i like isn't necessarily what i should be wearing. like it or not i probably look better in this:




than this:





more MMM, dries and cheap basics, less rick, raf, etc.
U look better in all black.
post #90861 of 109053
While grailed is a cool idea, I don't follow how Uniqlo, Levi's, J. Crew and Vans could be "grails"... mental disconnect.
post #90862 of 109053

Isn't it basically just a bst aggregate (+commission)?

Or does the guy actually "curate" the listings?

post #90863 of 109053
No curation, people are free to list whatever they want.
post #90864 of 109053
Needs curation if you want to use grailed as a name, instead of ebay or craigslist.
post #90865 of 109053
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Needs curation if you want to use grailed as a name, instead of ebay or craigslist.

Who gives a shit if the name isn't 100% accurate, the site works well. The sorting options (especially designer) are handy.
post #90866 of 109053
For brand recognition with the site?

Reminds me of those sufu and ebay ads with all the bs brandname keywords to generate views. #veryrare #heat
post #90867 of 109053
Does he actually get a commission if you sell through Grailed?
post #90868 of 109053
Don't think so, he'd have to set up his own payment gateway to do that.
post #90869 of 109053
moved back to Baltimore today until graduation in at (although I'm done with classes).

jfc, I own too many clothes. I don't know how some of you do it.
post #90870 of 109053
Just give the shit u dont wear away, there are donation boxes everywhere
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