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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post


Do you have any recommendations? something similar to petit standards but maybe with some stretch, and less sweat-inducing? I have enough 511's, and don't want to shell out for dior. Need lots of white pants for summer, i think. Last year was brutal.


Spellbounds from okiya in antwerp the denim breathes well is very slubby and the're SE and MIJ 169 Euro. 

I might get mine tapered but I'm on the fence about it

another alternative is industryofallnations (but they're overpriced for the quality of construction in my opinion)

 

post #63557 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

Do you have any recommendations? something similar to petit standards but maybe with some stretch, and less sweat-inducing? I have enough 511's, and don't want to shell out for dior. Need lots of white pants for summer, i think. Last year was brutal.

APC ecru petit standards. they are light and very comfortable. I have also heard people saying that there are some models that are see through or semi-translucent or something, just watch out for taht.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Jeans are GAP frown.gifffffuuuu.gif they just flare too much, and this is the second "skinniest" fit they have.

I think I'm going to have them tapered 1.5" from mid thigh down. Thoughts?


IMO all they really need is to be slimmed and tapered.  Nothing to think about. smile.gif
 

 



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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post
Having a hard time figuring out what to pair with white jeans without looking like a Jcrew catalogue...

 

I've found that black or grey - or layers of both - go well with white denim. 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post
 
Do you have any recommendations? something similar to petit standards but maybe with some stretch, and less sweat-inducing? I have enough 511's, and don't want to shell out for dior. Need lots of white pants for summer, i think. Last year was brutal.


7 for All Mankind has white jeans - very white jeans, not off-white.  They aren't extremely well-made, but are very comfy and fairly light-weight.
 

 

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I think Moo should get some new jeans that fit like, well, like jeans are suppose to fit.

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I'm thinking the shirt is too tight, or too short, or both.  And in retrospect, I also think more laid-back shoes would have been better.

 

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Edited by CDHagg - 3/11/12 at 11:34am
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I hate the cuff/jean/shoe combination, but overall, not bad

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A week or so of the Jack/Knife jeans being broken in:

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cuff em up
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
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The pocket square is a baby pink and the shirt has red/blue in it that isn't showing up in the ultra amazing iPhone camera.
Yes, the jeans are less than optimal. shog[1].gif

 


This has got to be the worst fit in the entire history of fit-dom.

It would be easier to count the number of hairs on your head than list everything that's wrong here, but it is worth pointing out--

1.  The ex-Commie-fob chain 

2.  Hideous shirt, of cheap tailoring and even cheaper material...

3.  The lower-middle-class American department store house-brand jacket...ill-fitting and again cheap material. 

4.  Handkerchief, in white(!??!) on a grey jacket, in some peculiar fold (!?!)...I dread to think what the material is....may even be loo-roll, or some sort of napkin...

5.  Actually, I might as well stop here...I am going to need professional therapy to recover after looking at everything from the waist down...not to mention a very large brandy....

 

All in all, an absolute eyesore...

 

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The shirt is Dunhill, made of soft cotton. The jacket is Cucinelli. The hanky, as I clearly pointed out, is a soft pink cotton. The chain, as I've mentioned before, was a gift 10+ years ago and has special meaning to me. Now go blow a load into your socks.

And, this is you, right?

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Please never comment, negatively or positively, on anyone's fit here again.
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Junya down shirt
Vintage Noragi
Thom shirt
LVC 1947
Junya boots
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Moo i don't think that is miran.
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moo, you should just pony up for some nice jeans. so much better than the mass-market stuff. of course, i understand if you're holding out for further weight drop. nice going' btw. lookin' good.
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miran epic troll

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