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post #11251 of 15195
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Originally Posted by drivendreamer View Post

Hello everyone,

Usually I only lurk on SF, but I have a question. After trying many different shirts, I have not found a definitive, well-rounded
t shirt that can be worn regularly, made well, and in tasteful colors.

I have looked at everything from James Perse to Calvin Klein and American Apparel, but they are all slightly off in either
fit, construction, or lack of colors. So I was wondering what the experienced people turn to in this situation.

Doesn't help, but I usually buy American Apparel.

Have you tried sunspel?
post #11252 of 15195
im looking for a casual shoe that is comfortable. trying to up my shoe game. budget is 300usd ? 400usd is really pushing it.

im currently looking at rancourt, sperry( their gold cup line) and oak street.

need some quick advice and guide which one is the most comfortable. below are the ones im talking about. and other brans are also appreciated .

http://www.rancourtandcompany.com/made-to-order/men-s/beefroll-penny-loafers-natural-chromexcel.html

http://oakstreetbootmakers.com/footwear/navy-suede-red-brick-trail-oxford

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sperry-Gold-Cup-Mens-Shoes-NEW-165-Gold-Saddle-Oxford-Tan-Brown-9-M-/400386583045?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item5d38e66a05#shId
post #11253 of 15195
If you're looking for a casual shoe that will go with more stuff, I would suggest a derby. Most penny loafers and saddle shoes that I've seen don't go well with jeans.

I've heard good things about Oak Street shoemakers. Yuketen is also in your price range.
post #11254 of 15195
yea i figured. but the rancourt and and oakstreet i posted will do fine with shorts.

anyone can attest to the sperry? eventhouhg i know its not that much approved in sf.
but thats the only one i tried on before and it was comfortable especially the insolde(foam).

i do wish i have enough to get the oaskstreet natural boot .
post #11255 of 15195
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Originally Posted by drivendreamer View Post

Hello everyone,

Usually I only lurk on SF, but I have a question. After trying many different shirts, I have not found a definitive, well-rounded
t shirt that can be worn regularly, made well, and in tasteful colors.

I have looked at everything from James Perse to Calvin Klein and American Apparel, but they are all slightly off in either
fit, construction, or lack of colors. So I was wondering what the experienced people turn to in this situation.

This question is meaningless without you explaining or showing us what your style is. If we don't know how you dress, how can we suggest a good standard tshirt for your looks?
post #11256 of 15195

What are some ridiculously heavyweight oxford shirts? I'm thinking stuff that can be considered the "Iron Heart" of shirting. Stuff that will actually require breaking in and is durable as heck.

post #11257 of 15195
Why does this simple looking Junya raincoat retail for over $2000? http://www.mrporter.com/product/334048

Is there something about the construction I'm not seeing? I mean, I've seen designer markups before, but wow... how did he get this sort of pricing power?
post #11258 of 15195
Any recommendations for some long tanks or tees other than Robert Geller? Basically anything that I can use for a cock bib.
post #11259 of 15195
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Originally Posted by fireflygrave View Post

This question is meaningless without you explaining or showing us what your style is. If we don't know how you dress, how can we suggest a good standard tshirt for your looks?

Good point. Without any fit pics lying around, I usually wear raw jeans, boots and occasionally a leather jacket.
All I really want is a 100% cotton, slim fit, well constructed shirt that can be worn in about every situation, even the dressed up Michael Kors style if need be
Edited by drivendreamer - 2/8/13 at 7:57am
post #11260 of 15195
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

Any recommendations for some long tanks or tees other than Robert Geller? Basically anything that I can use for a cock bib.

Rick Owens practically invented the cock bib, but that's even more dear than Geller.
post #11261 of 15195
I want a pair of wool trousers I can wear like jeans - any suggestions?
post #11262 of 15195

COS has some nice cuts, and the price means, much like jeans, you won't give a fuck if they get beat up.

post #11263 of 15195
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Originally Posted by juhan View Post

im looking for a casual shoe that is comfortable. trying to up my shoe game. budget is 300usd ? 400usd is really pushing it.

im currently looking at rancourt, sperry( their gold cup line) and oak street.

need some quick advice and guide which one is the most comfortable. below are the ones im talking about. and other brans are also appreciated .

http://www.rancourtandcompany.com/made-to-order/men-s/beefroll-penny-loafers-natural-chromexcel.html

http://oakstreetbootmakers.com/footwear/navy-suede-red-brick-trail-oxford

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sperry-Gold-Cup-Mens-Shoes-NEW-165-Gold-Saddle-Oxford-Tan-Brown-9-M-/400386583045?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item5d38e66a05#shId

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post #11264 of 15195
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Originally Posted by juhan View Post


anyone kind to recommend me some shoes?shog[1].gif

 

Oak Street Bootmakers.  Have their loafers and camp boots and love both.  They just put out a Trench Boot that is a sick boot option but I would look at their trail oxfords.  Also look at Yuketen and Quoddy in that price range.  For 200 on eBay you can buy 2 pairs of Oak Street shoes, one pair of Quoddy blouchers for $140, or Yuketen oxfords for $160.  Find something that you like and then get some more opinions in the should I buy this thread.

post #11265 of 15195
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

COS has some nice cuts, and the price means, much like jeans, you won't give a fuck if they get beat up.

I was actually looking at the wool leisure trousers the other day - but i thought they'd wear more like pyjamas than jeans.
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