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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

I like that every time MoK posts a fit, the weather is invariably some combination of "cold," "damp," "gloomy," "biting," "freezing," etc.

It's winter. In England.

What else do you expect?
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Hemming my first shirt, questioning the results...

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Colors look good IRL cry.gif - blue chambray, lighter black denim, brown leather sleeves, olive pants, white shoes
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

MoK, It's still cold in London?

London's miles away - it's normally a few degrees warmer than down here, but yes it's cold... Great fit smile.gif
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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

I like that every time MoK posts a fit, the weather is invariably some combination of "cold," "damp," "gloomy," "biting," "freezing," etc.

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Originally Posted by Kajak View Post

It's winter. In England.

What else do you expect?

It's supposed to be Spring, but it's the coldest one since before I was born (okay I'm not quite prehistoric but many many years).
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Originally Posted by Kajak View Post

It's winter. In England.

What else do you expect?

Uh, nothing? I just find it endearing that he always mentions how shitty the weather is.
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sorry about the filter.


it was warm out today


criticism welcome

brands: DIY (gift from gf)/RgT/CP/Seiko
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fuck the summer. 88 today, was 60 last week. horrible.

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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

I like that every time MoK posts a fit, the weather is invariably some combination of "cold," "damp," "gloomy," "biting," "freezing," etc.

 

Gives him an excuse to wear one of his 300 (decidedly awesome) coats/jackets.  As such, London's bad weather is proving beneficial to WAYWT.

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Originally Posted by noob View Post



replaced with good feels

 

 

 

RIP garbage bag jacket.   You were somehow the only thing stolen out of a pile of Rick and ToJ leathers earlier this winter.  miss u bb

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bracing for birks hate

 

 

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Gant Rugger

John Elliott + Co
Levis
Birkenstocks

 

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everything looks too short
 

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Originally Posted by Phil McCrackin View Post

would love to see this being worn!

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for walking the dog , yes .. ^

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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

OK, I will say it.

Getting to 20 thumbs in MC is damn near impossible, while here it's pretty much par for the course.
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Picked up the Ute Ploier pants and Peir Wu bomber from the post office today. 

 

The Ute's are exactly the kind of trouser I've been looking for for ages: dark grey, mid weight wool flannel, longer rise, roomy thighs with taper ending right at the ankle. Minimal detailing with single back pocket without buttons or flaps. Were pretty nervous about them since they were the first thing I've proxied from Japan. Came out cheap too.

 

The Peir Wu bomber fits better than expected. I really shouldn't have doubted Joseph at Suspension Point. Once again his sizing help and overall service is among the best I've come across. Very nice materials and cut on this one too.

 

 

Oliver Spencer wool beanie

Peir Wu Sports Jacket

COS hidden buttondown shirt

Ute Ploier wool pants

Dries sneakers

Eastpak suede backpack

 

 

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