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Originally Posted by skintight View Post

Anybody know if these are still in stock anywhere online?


If not, know where I can find something similar? I'm not a docs fanatic, I just don't know who else makes all-white boots like these.
besides ebay or another like store i'm not sure you can get them, but you can always call and ask. I did so for the black tectuffs
post #11282 of 15725
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Originally Posted by skintight View Post

Anybody know if these are still in stock anywhere online?


If not, know where I can find something similar? I'm not a docs fanatic, I just don't know who else makes all-white boots like these.
post #11283 of 15725

Sorry to bother you all with a laundry sorting question but I'm new at this.  Trying to get a system down.

 

The consensus seems to be that whites, light colors/patterns, bright colors, and dark colors should be washed separately.  Some divide their laundry even further.

 

I'd like to get away with doing three main loads: whites, light colors/patterns, and dark/bright colors combined.  I don't own a lot of bright stuff or anything black, so this seems like a relatively harmless way to save time/energy.

 

But whether I'm sorting into three categories or four, I'd be uncertain where to put something like this.

 

 

Lights?  Brights?  Darks?

 

I'm guessing that it should go with the darker colors rather than some of the truly light stuff because it's red, even though it's quite a muted red and about as light as a pair of khakis.

 

How would you sort this?  Would I be wrong to wash it with much darker colors like plum and navy?

post #11284 of 15725
Lights....
post #11285 of 15725
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post

Lights....

 


Is it that obvious?

 

I was concerned about washing anything red with stuff as light as these examples.

 

 

 

 

But I'll follow your advice barring any further input.  Thank you for answering.

post #11286 of 15725
muted colors like that dont bleed, so should be ok with lights.
post #11287 of 15725
yah you'll be fine
post #11288 of 15725


Anyone can identify this sick shirt/jacket?
It has a banded bottom and kangaroo pockets. It looks very thick.

post #11289 of 15725

Looking to step up my denim. Usually just buy my jeans from Buckle for 80 bucks (BKE). What is some good denim brands in the 100-130 range? 

post #11290 of 15725
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Originally Posted by Pig Farmer View Post

Sorry to bother you all with a laundry sorting question but I'm new at this.  Trying to get a system down.

The consensus seems to be that whites, light colors/patterns, bright colors, and dark colors should be washed separately.  Some divide their laundry even further.

I'd like to get away with doing three main loads: whites, light colors/patterns, and dark/bright colors combined.  I don't own a lot of bright stuff or anything black, so this seems like a relatively harmless way to save time/energy.

But whether I'm sorting into three categories or four, I'd be uncertain where to put something like this. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Lights?  Brights?  Darks?

I'm guessing that it should go with the darker colors rather than some of the truly light stuff because it's red, even though it's quite a muted red and about as light as a pair of khakis.

How would you sort this?  Would I be wrong to wash it with much darker colors like plum and navy?
I would probably throw those in with either my permanent press or darks wash.
post #11291 of 15725
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Originally Posted by Dash View Post

Looking to step up my denim. Usually just buy my jeans from Buckle for 80 bucks (BKE). What is some good denim brands in the 100-130 range? 

Taylor Stitch

post #11292 of 15725

How much bigger do you like your jackets/coats/etc than your actual chest measurement? For wearing over a shirt? For layering?

post #11293 of 15725
Where can I purchase imperial denim besides selfedge?
post #11294 of 15725
Anybody tried out the Upperford by Barbour yet? Wanted to know about the fit. I'm usually a S in J Crew stuff, and a 38S in suits. Wanted to know if I should look to get a small or medium in these things. Are these regular fit, loose or slim?
post #11295 of 15725
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Originally Posted by randomtw View Post

Where can I purchase imperial denim besides selfedge?


http://prontodenim.com/category/all-products/jeans/imperial/

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