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post #10921 of 16099

I want something that is going to be durable and well-constructed as well! I am going to check out Topmans though! Thanks
 

post #10922 of 16099

Any reliable companies that sell jackets similar to

http://www.angeljackets.com/products/Mens-Black-Button-Pocket-Leather-Jacket.html

or

http://www.angeljackets.com/products/Slim-Black-Leather-Jacket-.html

?

This company angeljackets seems a bit shady.

 

-John

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Edited by JasSingh - 1/1/13 at 12:02am
post #10924 of 16099

This peacoat was on Hautelook yesterday and ended today. I didn't noticed until I came home and saw a sign on the website saying it ended =[

 

Does anyone know where to get this peacoat or one that is verrryyyyy similar to it? I usually don't like peacoats but this one hit the spot, unfortunately it got away.

 

 

1000

post #10925 of 16099
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Any suggestions on solid color Tshirts? I have been doing some research and I am thinking of going with Everlane, American Apparel, or Alternative? Anyone have any suggestions!

i'm a big fan of the uniqlo dry packaged shirts. dont shrink, fit me well. they run about a half size to a full size large though.

uniqlo's premium cotton shirts are made of really nice cotton but they dont fit me as well (sizing is normal on these ones) even on a size up from the dry packaged. also they dont sell them on the UK site anymore. i think the US may still have them. worth looking into.
post #10926 of 16099
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Any suggestions on solid color Tshirts? I have been doing some research and I am thinking of going with Everlane, American Apparel, or Alternative? Anyone have any suggestions!


I think your best bet would be American Apparel or H&M.  I like H&M V-necks. The 'V' isn't too deep and they cost like $5 and have pretty much every color available. The fit is awesome as well.

 

For crew neck t-shirts I go with American Apparel. As tall and slim, they fit me perfect. Although a bit more pricey, I still wear AA shirts that I bought four years ago.

post #10927 of 16099

The golden bear varsities don't fit very well imo, too boxy..

 

AA "loose summer crew" is awesome for the price, if you're willing to pay more acne makes great tees

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Doesn't Unionmade have something similar from Golden Bear?
Apolis Civilian Blazer. Ted Baker stuff. r by 45rpm for Japanese workwear riffs
post #10928 of 16099
Couldn't find the Unionmade Golden Bear...

Another question, how do North Sea Clothing knits compare to SNS?
post #10929 of 16099

Altering a sweater that's too long, can it be done?  For what it's worth it's a cheap acrylic blend, I just like the pattern on it and it fits nicely it's just like 2 or 3 inches too long lol.  Only reason I ask is because I normally don't hear of people altering sweaters.  Also, if shortened there would be no more ribbing on the bottom and that would probably look funny?  Body could use a small taper too if possible

post #10930 of 16099

I can't go with H&M because I don't have a store within a hundred miles of me. I wish I did because those are some cheap shirts!! I think I am going to just order one from Everlane, American Apparel, Alternative Apparel, and Uniqlo and just see what I like the most. Unfortunately Uniqlo only has dry packaged v necks in my size available right now

 

Thanks for the input fellas!

post #10931 of 16099
Anybody have a recommendation for some good quality washed denim. Would prefer a slightly relaxed cut, dark in color but needs to be softer than raw denim, and preferably selvage. My dad was lamenting the lack of nice dark denim in his wardrobe and I'd like to get him some for his birthday...but he's in his mid-50's and isn't going to be into the stiffness of raw denim, nor the more modern slim cuts.
post #10932 of 16099
Opinions on a couple of mall brands.

Round tree and York
Calvin Klein
Hugo Boss
Ben Sherman
Perry Ellis
Ralph Lauren

Which ones do you stay away from and which do you add to your wardrobe

Edit: if I get some gray denim can I wear brown boots and brogues with them?
post #10933 of 16099
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Originally Posted by AmericanLion View Post

Opinions on a couple of mall brands.
Round tree and York
Calvin Klein
Hugo Boss
Ben Sherman
Perry Ellis
Ralph Lauren
Which ones do you stay away from and which do you add to your wardrobe
Edit: if I get some gray denim can I wear brown boots and brogues with them?

RL, anything above Chaps/Lauren is fine. That is probably it.

And yes, you can wear brown and grey like that, depending.
post #10934 of 16099
There is a Ralph Lauren black label button down at TJ max. Is it worth 100 bucks?
post #10935 of 16099
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Anybody have a recommendation for some good quality washed denim. Would prefer a slightly relaxed cut, dark in color but needs to be softer than raw denim, and preferably selvage. My dad was lamenting the lack of nice dark denim in his wardrobe and I'd like to get him some for his birthday...but he's in his mid-50's and isn't going to be into the stiffness of raw denim, nor the more modern slim cuts.


What is your price range? I would probably go for RRL in the straight fit. You can find it on ebay in the $100 to $150 range.


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There is a Ralph Lauren black label button down at TJ max. Is it worth 100 bucks?

RL black label is good quality and $100 is a pretty good price as I believe retail starts at around 300 . Only get it if you like the shirt and the fit though. Don't buy it just because it is a good brand because you probably wouldn't wear it much.
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