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^ YOLO?
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Buy a Uniqlo white dress shirt, DIY some black shit on there, save yourself $700.
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Edited by canstyleace - 4/5/14 at 12:26am
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I'd wear the shit out of these



Edit: Even back in middle school when I shopped at Pacsun and and rode my Kerry Getz Habitat everywhere, I still didn't like vans for some reason. DC was my go to
Edited by RegisDB9 - 3/31/14 at 8:33pm
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$700 for a shirt is nuts
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I'd wear the shit out of these



Edit: Even back in middle school when I shopped at Pacsun and and rode my Kerry Getz Habitat everywhere, I still didn't like vans for some reason. DC was my go to

Yep. Beautiful. My experience with MMM is that the white leather on the top back tab of the inside heel does get worn out first. Got me to start using a shoe horn on a regular basis. So that's at least one thing, for me, that canvas slip-ons have over the leathers.
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Still prefer vans, jack purcells (white ones), and Stan smiths to 99% of baller sneaks. (Edit: more realistically that number is prob like 85% because I do really like some baller sneaks, certain ones from Lanvin and Raf mostly). Different vibe but same goes for Nikes.

Ps - Stan smiths are the new cool thing among women, and probably men shortly after. Phoebe Philo is also responsible for that one. Sneaker influencer!
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Yep. Beautiful. My experience with MMM is that the white leather on the top back tab of the inside heel does get BLOWN out first. Got me to start using a shoe horn on a regular basis. So that's at least one thing, for me, that canvas slip-ons have over the leathers.
the achilles heel of mmm sneakers is the heel construction itself and the buttery smooth leather used as lining.

the material backing the smooth leather lining on the heel is made of a stiff mesh and when it breaks it will tear through the heel lining and fuck with your heel most of the time.

thats happen to me at least twice with mmm gats frown.gif
Edited by canstyleace - 4/1/14 at 8:25am
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my sneaker wearing is 90% Vans or Stans -- both of which I've worn since I was a kid. I remember the first time thinking Stans may have been "cool" in a fashion sense is seeing Marc Jacobs in them in the 90s (or maybe late 80s) :uhoh:

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What do you guys think of superdry, specifically their vests. Overdone at this point?
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^ yes

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As far as slip-ons are concerned, I prefer not to own a pair with vulcanized soles unless I'm in the market for daily beaters.

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Anybody ever use a mail order service like denimtherapy.com for hemming jeans with a chain stitch?
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

I'd wear the shit out of these



Edit: Even back in middle school when I shopped at Pacsun and and rode my Kerry Getz Habitat everywhere, I still didn't like vans for some reason. DC was my go to

Yep. Beautiful. My experience with MMM is that the white leather on the top back tab of the inside heel does get worn out first. Got me to start using a shoe horn on a regular basis. So that's at least one thing, for me, that canvas slip-ons have over the leathers.

I'm a "bit" bias but if you like them don't settle for vans or the like, go for the Margiela. I live in never ending summer land and leather espadrillas/moccasins/loafers etc dont feel uncomfortable at all, in fact I prefer them to something like canvas.

These don't seem to be flying off the shelves so if you are patient you can probably get them at 40% off. I myself want a pair to wear with white trousers and various cream and navy tops.

It must be my heavy rotation of my shoes because I buy this stuff exclusively and I've never had any of my Margiela footwear come apart one me (so far)
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hey party people, anyone know what causes this 'dimple' between the neck and the shoulder blade on some blazers/suits? it happens with some of my tailored outerwear, but I have no idea what causes it. thought i'd check with y'all first before i brave the cm folks

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