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post #11731 of 16685

So my UB201s have a different leg opening; was wondering why the stacks are not nearly as neat as my 511s were. Is 7.75" too much for real nice stacks?

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Originally Posted by rjbman View Post

So my UB201s have a different leg opening; was wondering why the stacks are not nearly as neat as my 511s were. Is 7.75" too much for real nice stacks?


Yes. ub201s are much fuller cut than I anticipated as well, but I just hemmed mine and rocked them with small cuffs. You're not gonna get good looking stacks out of a 7.75 in. leg opening
post #11733 of 16685
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Uniqlo or Yoox roulette.

 

I've never thought about doing this.

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Originally Posted by EdwardB View Post
Straight is ok, but you should spend about $20 and take them to a tailor and tell him to (use these exact words) "taper from the knee down to about a 7.5" leg opening."  Different people have different preferences, but this seems to be a decent middle ground; I've found doing this tends to make straight legs much cleaner looking. 

 

I will get a tailor to edit my straight and bootcut jeans, thanks for the tip.

 

As i have four pairs of chinos (stone, navy, charcoal gray and khaki) all straight / regular cut, would it be advised to tailor the chinos in the same way you recommended for my jeans ^^^

 

i would be wearing dark brown chukka boots or boat shoes with the chinos

post #11735 of 16685

Anyone know any Italian parcel forwarders on SF or otherwise? And would they be able to remove VAT?

post #11736 of 16685
Anyone know of a place to get slim button down shirts that are as slim as the H&M FIne Stretch or Divided XS Button downs? Or that fit like the Ben Sherman Soho fit? I can't find a shirt where its slim in the sleeves as well as these. I have skinny arms and things like the J.Crew XS slim fits are still really baggy. Any help would be great. I am tired of wearing the same few shirts and unfortunately I am not in a location where I can just to got a store and try things on.
post #11737 of 16685

^Try Naked and Famous Slim shirting.  The arms are slim and the arm holes are a bit higher up.  There are a few models up on Gilt if you want to try one out for cheap.  You could also just bring the shirts to a tailor to have the arms slimmed.

 

Also, check out Uniqlo slim oxfords.

post #11738 of 16685

Looking for a jacket similar to this one,http://www.polyvore.com/john_varvatos_black_calfskin_multi-pocket/thing?id=55816270, budget is under 1000

post #11739 of 16685
Maybe try urban outfitters?? Or goodwill
post #11740 of 16685
search for elie tahari on ebay. they make lots of field jackets like that. you should be able to find one for around your budget.
post #11741 of 16685
Can anyone recommend a boxy fitting red chambray shirt? All of the ones I've tried are too fitted. thanks
post #11742 of 16685
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Originally Posted by Ritchee View Post

Can anyone recommend a boxy fitting red chambray shirt? All of the ones I've tried are too fitted. thanks

Uniqlo has one in stock
post #11743 of 16685

i have regular straight cut chinos , is it advised to get them tailored so they taper from the knee down to about 7.5" leg opening?

or is there a better way to have the regular straight chinos tailored?

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I'm interested in getting a inexpensive wool coat for winter, not a peacoat though. I saw this one Macauly Culkin was wearing and I really like it. Anyone know where I can get one like it?

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Where to cop pants/jeans similar to this (pic from Schneider lookbook).  I like the dark rich color/slight sheen on them, sorta have a dress up/dress down sorta vibe.  Think that these could go nicely with black OR white shoes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

These actual pants have an elastic knit hem at the back which isn't really my thing, thats why I'm looking for something similar.  Only requirement is that it tapers nicely but still has some thigh space.

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