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You must get outside more than me. I have a few pairs of almost identical-looking APC NS that are all about 4-5 years old, down to the same hole in the right knees - they have seen some rough days but no repairs yet.
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I really like that ToJ jacket, Synthese.
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

You must get outside more than me. I have a few pairs of almost identical-looking APC NS that are all about 4-5 years old, down to the same hole in the right knees - they have seen some rough days but no repairs yet.

They're pretty busted up at this point. I've had to darn the crotch twice in the last year alone, which has shrunk the crotchal region to the point where repairing something ensures a new rip somewhere else. Currently, the topmost button hole is attempting to engulf the rest of the placket, and the right rear pocket is falling off. It's hard to let them go. It sounds dorky, but there are a lot of memories in those pants.

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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post

I really like that ToJ jacket, Synthese.

Thanks, me too. Maybe if you add your voice to those clamoring for its return in the TOJ thread, Drew will bow to the weight of the overwhelming cacophony and re-release it.
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Some jeans are forever. I have pairs I could never let go, no matter how destroyed they got.

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Wow, I need to get me a beagle.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Yeah, would look better with a top with a more severe cut, something like those Raf Simons heavy turtlenecks (FW006?, can't remember) with sharp lines or knits from my fav Branquinho collection:
http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/autumn-winter-2007/mens/veronique-branquinho/page/1

Thnks fuuma. That Branquinho collection is great. I've never really seen her stuff. Very cool. I like the glam-luxe-graphic vibe.
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Originally Posted by diniro View Post

you guys know there are like a million different NB models/style/shapes/colors right? It look pretty bad paired with a leather jacket but you can't tell me this don't look good:
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it's lilldavid from sufu. He's styling on 95% of people posting in this thread. I mean, your opinion might be a little off base if you have CDHagg cosigning you.

diniro is actually mikey from future
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

that fit is dope tho

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Synth, can you see yourself getting another pair of APCs and doing it all over again at this point?
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J.Crew tweed blazer
Uniqlo corduroy shirt
Uniqlo sweater
5cm pants
Clarks DBs
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WAYWT: Operation Interrogation Synth, lol but i can't talk.
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

They're pretty busted up at this point. I've had to darn the crotch twice in the last year alone, which has shrunk the crotchal region to the point where repairing something ensures a new rip somewhere else. Currently, the topmost button hole is attempting to engulf the rest of the placket, and the right rear pocket is falling off. It's hard to let them go. It sounds dorky, but there are a lot of memories in those pants.
Thanks, me too. Maybe if you add your voice to those clamoring for its return in the TOJ thread, Drew will bow to the weight of the overwhelming cacophony and re-release it.

Synth those are so nice I thought they were pre-distressed at first glance..icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif what cut are they? PS or NC??
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I cannot believe this 15 post discussion on how to make a shirt fit. Shirts are the easiest things in the world to get tailored - even a vaguely competent tailor can do it for you. Get a shirt that fits in the shoulders (and neck if you're going to wear it closed) and everything else can be taken in to your liking/comfort. That's everything one needs to know.

Oh... And don't dunk selective parts of a cotton shirt in boiling water. What works for knits doesn't work for shirts.
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Originally Posted by pikachoo View Post

Synth those are so nice I thought they were pre-distressed at first glance..icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif what cut are they? PS or NC??

PS.
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

They're pretty busted up at this point. I've had to darn the crotch twice in the last year alone, which has shrunk the crotchal region to the point where repairing something ensures a new rip somewhere else. Currently, the topmost button hole is attempting to engulf the rest of the placket, and the right rear pocket is falling off. It's hard to let them go. It sounds dorky, but there are a lot of memories in those pants.
Thanks, me too. Maybe if you add your voice to those clamoring for its return in the TOJ thread, Drew will bow to the weight of the overwhelming cacophony and re-release it.

you should frame them and hang it up as art smile.gif
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Originally Posted by diniro View Post

you guys know there are like a million different NB models/style/shapes/colors right? It look pretty bad paired with a leather jacket but you can't tell me this don't look good: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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it's lilldavid from sufu. He's styling on 95% of people posting in this thread. I mean, your opinion might be a little off base if you have CDHagg cosigning you.

lol at how mediocre-to-bad this looks and how much better it would be with shoes that didn't radiate shittiness.

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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

this is regal:
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