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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

I wear it with just about everything, really comfy, big pockets... I'm sure there are some dudes playing pre-Industrial Revolution dress-up who would be up in arms about Harnden paired with jeans and Ts, but the relaxed fit and loose structure works perfectly for something more casual as well.

I've been really thinking about picking up a Harnden jacket for exactly this purpose
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synergy schmynergy.

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NN - that is a flippin great fit, but I think med-loose trousers would make it even better. 

 

Mostly, I'd just like to go full retard Harnden myself, but I need another thin guy to light the way.

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Edited by steveoffice - 11/3/13 at 9:09pm
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myshoeiswet sell me that hoodie you don't need it

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Really need to find that Cream Silk Suit, tired of Navy

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Borsalino / Engineered Garments / Inis Meain / Obedient Sons / Monitaly / Tricker’s
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More like what I wore a few nights ago, but so what.

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Love the footwear

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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

Really need to find that Cream Silk Suit, tired of Navy

I have the jacket, really wish I saw that the eBoutique was selling it as a suit...
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Originally Posted by ruahatu View Post

Your jacket seems so much large no ?

DRs tend to fall a bit more open than other jackets when worn unzipped on account of the overlapping plackets. This tends to give them a boxier silhouette than you'd get from, say, a moto. I'm sure there's a significant difference in the appearance of zipped vs. unzipped on casey's jacket.
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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

I wear it with just about everything, really comfy, big pockets... I'm sure there are some dudes playing pre-Industrial Revolution dress-up who would be up in arms about Harnden paired with jeans and Ts, but the relaxed fit and loose structure works perfectly for something more casual as well.

very nice NN , i like how you're wearing it here and in the past. those pre-modernists are savages anyways
i think lmao you'd do it so nicely with some gats and denim.

maybe this is the backlash to the ph craze,
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Originally Posted by chinesealpha View Post

Mostly, I'd just like to go full retard Harnden myself, but I need another thin guy to light the way.

it looks bad 99.9% of the time Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
but can get you featured on newsletters for no particular reason lol


Edited by zapatiste - 11/4/13 at 8:04am
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Originally Posted by spacepope View Post

nicelynice making me crave the harnden

more like craving the hardon u feel me
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

DRs tend to fall a bit more open than other jackets when worn unzipped on account of the overlapping plackets. This tends to give them a boxier silhouette than you'd get from, say, a moto. I'm sure there's a significant difference in the appearance of zipped vs. unzipped on casey's jacket.

you're right about this, I can barely zip it with that sweatshirt on underneath
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Part of the problem is that when things break, people tend to send them back to Rolex.  Rolex tries to refurb them to near factory condition using all new Rolex parts, etc.  There aren't many examples of what you're looking for because most people don't find it appealing and the people who want to turn them for a profit have already had them repaired to at least decent condition (so they do it and sell them if that's the plan).

 

EDIT: Also, you said you set aside money for a watch in general, what kind of watch are you looking for?

 

 

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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post


Agree with mer on this, rolex has a crazy service policy, and the ones that werent updated with new parts are the ones that were known to have higher values due to rarities (i.e. tropic dials, t-dials, red's, spider's) I've seen a few of the type you're talking about usually around the 3.5k mark if still working, maybe a bit less if need service but rarely any sub, even a beat to shit no date or milsub will be under 3k these days unless the mvmnt is blown out, or maybe if its a head only with beat up crystal and missing bezel or something.

 

 

This all makes sense, thanks for clearing that up guys.  I hadn't realized about the service policy.  And mer, I've set aside money for a busted submariner.  I've done that for a few years now, although I only casually look. It's actually just a sort of rainy day fund for a few specific non-clothing vanity items if I come across them, since I would hate to miss out on something because I didn't have the cash handy.  It's money I put aside after selling my MB 190e 2.3-16v Cosworth (always a mouthful) to get similar beautiful and rare but useless items.  That said, I still wouldn't want to use it on a 4.5k watch nor would I want a Sub that clean (not rare enough :-P )

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