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GetSmart - Nice pickup. How do you plan on completing the outfit?
post #992 of 14525
nandos and s5000bks

no more denim for me
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no more denim for me


youll relapse soon enough
post #994 of 14525
Nahhhhhh

Haven't been buying shit and won't be for awhile.
post #995 of 14525
julius boots
julius twisted pants
45rpm leather belt
45rpm white shirt

still On the way

cheers.
post #996 of 14525
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nandos and s5000bks

no more denim for me

Jet, are the nandos slim fit? or the pair listed on their website?
post #997 of 14525
sorahiko so not slim homey

you copied me again!!! first the cdiems now the 45 belt!!!
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sorahiko so not slim homey

you copied me again!!! first the cdiems now the 45 belt!!!


lol.

saw the slim fit nxns on 45rpm.jp about 2months ago,but now not available. From the measurement they should be slimmer than the slim fit sorahikos. regret not buying them.
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I also noticed that his shirts went up in price to $515...I remember them being $400 last year. He's def got his details down, I was impressed to see him putting the back collar button on the buttondowns.


Ron Herman is a RIP OFF for the oxfords/shirts!!

I used to buy the plain basic oxfords for $400 when I lived in LA and then when I moved to NY I realized at BG they were only like $275-95. Even now the broadcloth oxfords don't hit above $300, the Sea Island Cotton shirts are $420 (tux shirt $520), the linenshirts are about $395 and then there are some more poplin like cotton shirts for about $375.
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where'd you get the julius boots and pants? y!jp?

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julius boots
julius twisted pants
45rpm leather belt
45rpm white shirt

still On the way

cheers.
post #1001 of 14525
Burberry pale blue slim-fit polo (Holt Renfrew)
Rag & Bone, RB11 (Styleforum member)
Prada, black v-neck (SuFu member)

+ dress shirts/ties.
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GetSmart - Nice pickup. How do you plan on completing the outfit?

my go-to will be black trousers...otherwise dark denim or dark brown cords. I have a pair of burgundy cords that might look cool if I want to have a LOT of color going on. Black shoes, brown shoes, red shoes.....one good thing about burgundy is that it goes with a black colorway just as nicely as a brown one.
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where'd you get the julius boots and pants? y!jp?

I got them from dress-japan.jp, via Juno's bid-japan service.
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You MUST try Leather CPR (http://www.leathercpr.com/) on any / all leather goods (except suede, of course). This stuff is amazing and makes new, stiff leather much suppler. I have used this remarkable compound on all my leather goods with great success and never been less than happy with the resulting effect. Bargain Outfitters is getting new stock in on 5/7 and 1/2 price at around $7.00. Bed, Bath & beyond carries it but at the regular $14.97 price.
The Following is an excerpt about Leather CPR from Linda Cobb's #1 New York Times Bestseller, Talking Dirty With The Queen of Clean.
"This miracle product conditions and cleans all types of leather, except suede. Totally neutral, Leather CPR can be used on leather furniture, car upholstery, purses, shoes, and equestrian equipment--and on any color leather. It is without a doubt the best leather cleaner I have ever found." Page 214


Linda Cobb, The Queen of Clean®, is a #1 New York Times Best-selling Author. She has authored six books on cleaning, all of which have been bestsellers. Leather CPR® has been awarded her prestigious seal of approval for being the best leather care product available.

Perhaps SF should dedicate a sub-section devoted to the caring of clothing...
post #1005 of 14525
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
Ron Herman is a RIP OFF for the oxfords/shirts!!

I used to buy the plain basic oxfords for $400 when I lived in LA and then when I moved to NY I realized at BG they were only like $275-95. Even now the broadcloth oxfords don't hit above $300, the Sea Island Cotton shirts are $420 (tux shirt $520), the linenshirts are about $395 and then there are some more poplin like cotton shirts for about $375.


i think the oxfords were like 220 at bg back when I bought them from there
they must of increased a lil bit
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