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post #61 of 1319
^ Hah, it's best to not think about it. It's a good bag. The SS10 is looking good and I'm more into the prints that I might have thought, at least I think...
post #62 of 1319
I'm fighting the urge to pick up one of those totes..
post #63 of 1319
Not sure if the pink floral prints are going to work with my skin tone, although I wouldn't mind if they did work.


Via On the Ground

post #64 of 1319
^ That shirt is gorgeous. There it goes, to the top of the want list.

& thanks, robin. Going to pick up the scarf & pocket square!
post #65 of 1319
Yep, that shirt is incredible.
post #66 of 1319
Thread Starter 
No, I do not require full or part payment. I just need your commitment to purchase whatever you pre-order so that others do get a chance at an item they want. I have not had any problems in the past with pre-orders, that's why we are willing to accommodate all of you.


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Gary, do you require payment in full for pre-orders? Deposit?
post #67 of 1319
Green and grey chambray workshirts:



More pictures of the plaid workshirts: http://m-a-p-s.jp/SHOP/EGWKST.html
post #68 of 1319
Green chambray <3

Finally, something to shake up the monotony of the sea of blues (and yes, I know there are other chambray colors besides blue).
post #69 of 1319
Thread Starter 
We chose the Light Blue and Orange pictured on the link.


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Originally Posted by robin View Post
Green and grey chambray workshirts:



More pictures of the plaid workshirts: http://m-a-p-s.jp/SHOP/EGWKST.html
post #70 of 1319
So I see they're using a clear bottom button on some of their workshirts now.
post #71 of 1319
That white herringbone work shirt looks great. I would definitely love to grab one of those this spring...
post #72 of 1319
^The clear bottom button has been used for a couple of S/S seasons up to this point.

And the green workshirt is looking good.
post #73 of 1319
Are the SS chambrays much thinner than the FW ones?
post #74 of 1319
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Originally Posted by Arizor View Post
Who are ts(s) and why haven't I heard of them before? Who stocks them (preferably Europe but I'll take shops in the US too)?

I really like this:

Brother of Daiki. I think The Bureau are due it in any day now...going to be interesting
post #75 of 1319
Toru, the SS fabric is definitely lighter and more breathable, but not necessarily thinner. There isn't a noticeable difference of thickness I recall from the transition from the SS chambray to the FW workshirt, but the FW workshirt felt heavier and warmer. Maybe a more dense weave?
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