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Originally Posted by death shot View Post




The majority of my wardrobe is Ervell. I'm 5'9, pretty skinny/ectomorph, but not stickman skinny. I can say this about Ervell (from experience): Ervell is designed for skinny guys of medium height to tall. The look on tops and outerwear is, on SOME pieces, supposed to be slightly undersized and cropped. If you're tall and the piece is too short, size up. If it is still too short, you've got a long torso. Button-down Shirts fit TTS, but neck openings can be small.

I've always found that Ervell works well with aggressive styling. Some Skinhead and more militant stylistic leanings lend themselves well. The look does not work well for shorter guys or thicker guys.

All depends on your context for "tall". I tried on an XXL once and I could almost see my belly button in the mirror. I agree with Teger's thoughts on the label.

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Engineered Garments
Post Overalls
MHL
Acne
Nigel Cabourn
Tricker's

Agree with Teger again. Normally I really like your big pattern combos, but this one clashes a bit much.


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Crap, now everybody is going to think I'm Teger's stooge.


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Beagles suck! (there, that'll throw 'em off the track)


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Crap! I can't lie, I love beagles!
post #87167 of 117670
Ok guys, I think we've hit the saturation point for Schneider cardi + white tee, plz stop
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cool try shirt
geller tank
geller jeans
mmm
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luxe high school skater concept
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

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I asked my usual tailor (who's a wizard with suits and apparently women's clothing like skirts) if he could hem some selvage for me and he said yeah. I guess he did, but it doesn't look very nice and he clearly didn't do it "the right way." Next time I get raw denim hemmed it's getting a chain stitch from a union special and all that. Unfortunately since I don't live near a self edge or anything like that, I'm gonna have to wait until I wash them before I can mail them in.
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Email Jay at Blue Owl about the chain stitch. He did my APCs and just washed them last week after well over a year and they came out perfect length. The man is a Denim Wizard.
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denim wizard is right on.

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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

I need to get a denim-jacket

Me too fistbump.gif

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tog, which "type" are those jeans? they don't look nearly as bad as most of the modeled ones, or did you just size up?
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lol chainstitching.

Remember when we cared about that?
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but but but my roping
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Originally Posted by melonadejello View Post

Ok guys, I think we've hit the saturation point for Schneider cardi + white tee, plz stop

I've stated wearing my Turk cardigan with no shirt underneath a la Margiela.
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is that when the fading sorta twists at the hem? cos my non chainstitched jeans do that too...
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There's a technique to shorten jeans while keeping the original stitch (on the left in the first pic):

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(Hi zissou smile.gif)
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

lol chainstitching.

Remember when we cared about that?

but authenticity
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