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post #10546 of 16297
Does anybody know anything about J. Philipp, Germany? I have just got my hands on a 100% cashmere overcoat from them but cannot seem to find much about it. Their full website is 'coming soon' and there are only a couple of completed eBay listings. I'd just like to know an rrp range if possible?
post #10547 of 16297
Any suggestions for a nice fishtail parka? And please no TOJ - I need something suitable for mild west coast winters. Supreme did one last year but I can't seem to find one for sale in my size.

Thanks in advance!
post #10548 of 16297
Dior authenticity question

This is for a coat.

Listing here for pre-owned item. Pix include all the tags.

Real or not?

If not, what is evidence?

Thanks.
post #10549 of 16297
Fake. Fabric and construction look cheap.

The real Dior label looks different and is attached only at the corners. It's possible older tags were different, but at Dior quality level they would never be stitched so poorly.

These are real:

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post #10550 of 16297
Can someone suggest a similar looking coat that is more affordable?

post #10551 of 16297
Just got a pair of one-wash SC Okinawas in the mail, really unique, very rough denim.

The inseam is pretty long for me though, these seem to be more like 35" than the 33" purported by SE.

Question: how much more will they shrink in the inseam with a wash? If I can bring them in a bit might work w/o hemming. Waist is comfortable if not loose now, so shouldn't be a big deal if it comes in as well. Loose everywhere else.

No biggie if I have to mail them off for a hem but if I don't have to..
post #10552 of 16297

Looking for a specific knit style sweater with hood.

Hello. Im looking for a specific sweater that i cant seem to find anywhere.700

 

It doesnt have to be exactly the same just the type of hood paied with a knit style sweater. Preferably with zipper but ill survive with buttons. Imprtant that it has a little bit of thickness to it.

 

Does anyone know where i can find such? thankful for any help!

post #10553 of 16297
anyone know where to find one of these?

looks like a double rider jacket that is non-leather

i suppose this is wool?
post #10554 of 16297

What do you think of this shirt?

Hey I'm thinking of buying this shirt but I can't decide. What do you guys think?

 

 

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post #10555 of 16297
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Originally Posted by xanderswe View Post

Hello. Im looking for a specific sweater that i cant seem to find anywhere.700

 

It doesnt have to be exactly the same just the type of hood paied with a knit style sweater. Preferably with zipper but ill survive with buttons. Imprtant that it has a little bit of thickness to it.

 

Does anyone know where i can find such? thankful for any help!

 

you know there's something called google?
just google "hooded cardigan", there are shitloads of those, and they will all be out of style next year facepalm.gif

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Originally Posted by WHeisenbergW View Post

Hey I'm thinking of buying this shirt but I can't decide. What do you guys think?

 

 

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I think you've misunderstood what kind of forum this is, but since I'm nice I'll help you anyway:
How are we suposed to know if you should or not? we have no idea how you usually dress so we can't tell you if you should or not.
Though generally, you should avoid "cool" shirts at all costs, they all look like they were bought at Desigual uhoh.gif (that's not positive if you didn't get it)

post #10556 of 16297
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

 

I think you've misunderstood what kind of forum this is, but since I'm nice I'll help you anyway:
How are we suposed to know if you should or not? we have no idea how you usually dress so we can't tell you if you should or not.
Though generally, you should avoid "cool" shirts at all costs, they all look like they were bought at Desigual uhoh.gif (that's not positive if you didn't get it)

Well then could you please direct me to the nearest forum that will accept my kind?

post #10557 of 16297

I'm sure they'll love you at stylezeitgeist

post #10558 of 16297
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Originally Posted by WHeisenbergW View Post

Well then could you please direct me to the nearest forum that will accept my kind?

I recommend that first you'll start following some street-style blogs or tumblrs, and follow some styleblogs as well (suggestions of good ones: primer, style girlfriend, dapper lou, the effortless gent, the styleblogger)
Second, check out the waywt-thread as well as the best of waywt-thread, so yeah just lurk until you get a sense of what looks good and what doesn't
No forum will help you if you just ask about some random mediocre-looking shirt without any more information, that's just how it is

post #10559 of 16297
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

I recommend that first you'll start following some street-style blogs or tumblrs, and follow some styleblogs as well (suggestions of good ones: primer, style girlfriend, dapper lou, the effortless gent, the styleblogger)
Second, check out the waywt-thread as well as the best of waywt-thread, so yeah just lurk until you get a sense of what looks good and what doesn't
No forum will help you if you just ask about some random mediocre-looking shirt without any more information, that's just how it is


Thank you very much kindofyoung for your deeply honest and expert opinion. From what I've seen of your posts in other threads you seem to get a major kick and likely a self-confidence boost from criticising other people's comments, clothes, appearance etc. It is because of this first impression of the types of scum who lurk these sites that I'm going to leave this cancerous forum and never come back, but just before I go I'd like to say thankyou, goodbye, and go f,u'c,k yourself. Enjoy your super sweet mismatched knitwear, bro. The ladies love a nana's boy.

post #10560 of 16297
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Originally Posted by WHeisenbergW View Post


Thank you very much kindofyoung for your deeply honest and expert opinion. From what I've seen of your posts in other threads you seem to get a major kick and likely a self-confidence boost from criticising other people's comments, clothes, appearance etc. It is because of this first impression of the types of scum who lurk these sites that I'm going to leave this cancerous forum and never come back, but just before I go I'd like to say thankyou, goodbye, and go f,u'c,k yourself. Enjoy your super sweet mismatched knitwear, bro. The ladies love a nana's boy.

I apologize for coming off rude in my first post, but that second one was purely trying to help you, no harm intended(I said the same thing most others would have said if they would have taken the time to response to your post, only a bit more elaborate with actual examples of good sites) shog[1].gif
also, stick around, I promise I won't write anything more rude, and I'm pretty sure you will find this forum is a great place with lots of nice people
Once again, sorry about rudeness in the first post
 

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