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Originally Posted by Patrologia View Post

Please forgive the intrusion of a clueless MCer. I need a new pair of jeans. Are very dark, stiff (is this raw? I don't know) jeans already visibly outdated? Obviously I don't need to be right on top of the latest, but I'd rather not look like I'm right on top of two years ago's latest. Thanks
If it matters, the jeans I'm looking at are 501s.

 

dark jeans will never go out of style teacha.gif
there are far better fitting options than 501s though, you could look at some apc new standards if you want something that's not that slim

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Originally Posted by Schiaparelli View Post

Any good tips for getting spots out of suede shoes? (They were rained on—weather report was 50/50 on the chance of rain, and I decided to be optimistic.) I have a suede brush but obviously that hasn't done a lot.

 

you will probably be able to get more help in the mc question-thread, assuming you're not talking about sneakers
if you are talking about sneakers though, don't bother fixing it if it isn't huge, suede-sneaks are supposed to be a bit beat up wink.gif

post #10232 of 15811
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

dark jeans will never go out of style teacha.gif
You must not have been alive (or perhaps just not in the US) for the late 80s. shog[1].gif
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there are far better fitting options than 501s though, you could look at some apc new standards if you want something that's not that slim

Thanks, I'll look into that.
post #10233 of 15811
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Originally Posted by Patrologia View Post


You must not have been alive (or perhaps just not in the US) for the late 80s. shog[1].gif
Thanks, I'll look into that.

yeah born 95 in sweden laugh.gif

post #10234 of 15811
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

yeah born 95 in sweden laugh.gif

I was in 4th grade in 95, thank you for making me feel old. uhoh.gif
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Me too. But that doesn´t make us old, it makes him  kind of young.

post #10236 of 15811
I need boots that can withstand some serious snow and slush but don't look like they were made to repel snow just be their ugliness biggrin.gif
post #10237 of 15811
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Originally Posted by Lionheart Biker View Post

Me too. But that doesn´t make us old, it makes him  kind of young.

What about me. I was in college in '95. Does that make me old? happy.gif
post #10238 of 15811
I recently bought a loose knit linen sweater with a low open roll neck. Any suggestions on what to wear underneath it? All of my t-shirts peek out through the neck, and it seems like there's way too much open space for a regular shirt (OCBD or what have you). I like the look without a shirt at all but I'd have to wash it every time I wore it.




edit- Thanks kindofyoung- I didn't realize there was a difference!
Edited by UniqueDude1000 - 9/30/12 at 1:15pm
post #10239 of 15811
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Originally Posted by floete View Post


well, i don't think so. at 6', regular size torso, wearing any of my mediums, none of them end at the bottom of my belt loops or a fraction above, like they do on ol' gary. i tried a small once and it nearly squeezed me shut.
anyone?

 

Yeah, that would be my definition of 'too short.'  You want your t-shirts about halfway down your fly.  A little shorter is ok but if your belt is showing its too short.

post #10240 of 15811

why would you click "attachment" and upload the pictures and force us to download them to be able to help you, instead of just clicking "picture"? eh.gif

post #10241 of 15811

http://www.tokyolaundry.com/shop/star?attr_id=11
to buy or not to buy? $40 shipped to the us with a 20% off code

I like the blue color a lot

post #10242 of 15811
thats the least polo looking polo product ive ever seen!
post #10243 of 15811
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Originally Posted by hiharry626 View Post

http://www.tokyolaundry.com/shop/star?attr_id=11

to buy or not to buy? $40 shipped to the us with a 20% off code
I like the blue color a lot

It's a nice design, but since the fabric is 85% acrylic I'm going to advise against it.
post #10244 of 15811

Anybody know who makes this jacket:

 

post #10245 of 15811

I'm having a lot of trouble finding casual buttoned sport shirts to wear untucked with jeans or chinos. I'm trying to update my casual wardrobe from wearing tshirts all the time. I need shirts that meet the following criteria:

 

-don't need ironing (non-iron cotton or just regular cotton in a weave that doesn't need ironing)

-cut short so I can wear untucked

-reasonably priced, not more than around $50 each

 

I want to wear them untucked because I have a bit of a gut and tucking in a shirt without a jacket accentuates the gut. I'm a bit short, 5'8", so a lot of shirts hang down too far when they're untucked and they look like a dress. And I don't want to have to iron, I want something I can wear every day without a hassle. An I don't want baggy shirts, but I can't wear really slim shirts because of the gut.

 

Can anyone recommend any shirts?

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