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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

I think that looks cool

+1. i like the fit.
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Thanks for all the help you guys

From the ones I've tried, Uniqlo jeans tend to be too small in the top block for me. Thunder thighs. But I'll try on a white pair next time I'm in London for sure. And Levi's are like £70 a pair here, which is $100+... Ridiculous.

A knit would fit under this for the spring months without a doubt.

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Originally Posted by slstr View Post

Less of a waywt more of a help-me-swd.

Should I size down on this or keep it as is? All the lengths seem fine but it fits very blousy, seems to flare out a lot at the back, sleeves very wide etc. I know EG isn't all slim fit everything but I thought I'd double check with people who know more about this than me

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

Apologies for the crappy pictures, my iPhone's camera is royally fucked but it's the best I can do atm

 

 

Looks great!

 

I just got in a pair of Levi's Made and Crafted Tack slim fit jeans, they may be the best fitting jeans I have tried so far and they have them in white...

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Originally Posted by slstr View Post

Thanks for all the help you guys
From the ones I've tried, Uniqlo jeans tend to be too small in the top block for me. Thunder thighs. But I'll try on a white pair next time I'm in London for sure. And Levi's are like £70 a pair here, which is $100+... Ridiculous.
A knit would fit under this for the spring months without a doubt.

Ebay from the states is an option - it's where I've picked up 511's in black and beige, only got caught with customs charges on one pair, but even with shipping + customs they tend to be cheaper than over here...
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i swear old 511s tapered more. need 510s.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


you lost your soul long ago, when you joined SF.

We all did.

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Should I hem the chinos?

 

 

 

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you look like you're swimming in them. I'd be more inclined to return them than hem them. Though if you do intend on keeping them, then yes, hem then.
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From the knee up they're fine and you've already got them cuffed. Hem.

And yeah maybe don't do the akimbo thing.
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@jookz... I don't do the skinny pants thing, but thanks anyway.

 

@brad-t... seriously, I have brad-t calling ME girly? Really? I'd say fuck you but that's going to be misinterpreted.

 

@dot... they came cuffed but I will hem them, thanks!

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@brad-t... seriously, I have brad-t calling ME girly? Really? I'd say fuck you but that's going to be misinterpreted.

 

No it isn't. This is not MC, we don't all have our fingers on a "ur gay" trigger here. teacha.gif

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not girlie, sassy

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Originally Posted by Dorje View Post

Should I hem the chinos?
Not the most flattering pose smile.gif Yes the chinos look okay on the thigh, and with just a small break should look much cleaner on the calf.
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