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This is from Woolrich's s/s '13 line.  Does anyone know where I might find it, online or otherwise?  Many thanks.

 

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Hey guys, I'm looking for some khaki selvedge chinos.

The only ones I can seem to find are N&F which don't really work for me.

The Bladen khaki that Raleigh Denim made for Unionmade looks perfect but they're all sold out.

Any suggestions?

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Took 3 pairs of jeans to Denim Therapy to get them tapered; one to save the selvedge, the other 2 just regular 501 originals to taper and was quoted $40 a piece.

That price DEFINITELY seem’s WAAAAAAAY too high. Is there anywhere I can take my jeans to that will do a proper job of tapering in NYC (need to save the selvedge on only 1 pair), or is this price legit? =\

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I get my chinos tapered at the Tailoring Room in the lower east side for 18 a piece.

Price might be different for jeans but I doubt it would be as high as denim therapy

For the selvedge you can just ask them to cut from the other side so the selvedge won't be touched
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Originally Posted by AceBoogie View Post

I get my chinos tapered at the Tailoring Room in the lower east side for 18 a piece.

Price might be different for jeans but I doubt it would be as high as denim therapy

For the selvedge you can just ask them to cut from the other side so the selvedge won't be touched

 

Yeah I decided to only go through with the selvedged denim at DenimTherapy because I keep hearing about their work and take my other two jeans to Jersey. I've never got things tapered in Jersey but the place I take to get hemming charges like $8. I can't imagine paying more than $15 for a taper. NYC prices are killer.

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Originally Posted by AKang View Post

 

Yeah I decided to only go through with the selvedged denim at DenimTherapy because I keep hearing about their work and take my other two jeans to Jersey. I've never got things tapered in Jersey but the place I take to get hemming charges like $8. I can't imagine paying more than $15 for a taper. NYC prices are killer.

 

Denim Therapy takes care not to fuck with the selvedge line while tapering and guarantees their work within reason.  I found their tapering to be somewhat worth the price considering the lack of options around.  Still a bit expensive though.  

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Which of these shirts would be the slimmest?

 

Brooks Brothers Extra Slim Fit

J.Crew Slim Fit

Everlane

Club Monaco Slim Fit

post #12008 of 16695
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Originally Posted by Broark View Post

Hey guys, I'm looking for some khaki selvedge chinos.
The only ones I can seem to find are N&F which don't really work for me.
The Bladen khaki that Raleigh Denim made for Unionmade looks perfect but they're all sold out.
Any suggestions?

Rrl makes the best ones on the market. Left field NYC sometimes have then and YMC makes selvedge chinos as well. If you are a 34 I have a pair if you wanted to buy them just pm me
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post


Rrl makes the best ones on the market. Left field NYC sometimes have then and YMC makes selvedge chinos as well. If you are a 34 I have a pair if you wanted to buy them just pm me

The closest place near me that stocks RRL only seems to have the non-selvedge RRL officer chinos.  So I'm not sure where else to find them.

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Originally Posted by Broark View Post

Hey guys, I'm looking for some khaki selvedge chinos.

The only ones I can seem to find are N&F which don't really work for me.

The Bladen khaki that Raleigh Denim made for Unionmade looks perfect but they're all sold out.

Any suggestions?

unbranded makes them too. what kind of fit are you looking for?

post #12011 of 16695
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Originally Posted by bik2101 View Post

unbranded makes them too. what kind of fit are you looking for?
Looking for a slim straight cut. How's the quality on the Unbranded ones?
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Originally Posted by Broark View Post


Looking for a slim straight cut. How's the quality on the Unbranded ones?

i like them. i've only had them a few weeks now and only worn them a handful of times each (got both the navy and beige). not sure if they have a striaght cut, i know they have a tapered and a skinny, but i guess you could check measurements on blueowl to see if they match up to what you would be looking for

post #12013 of 16695
The tapered fit looks like it could work. How's the quality? I really like the fit/materials on the RRL chinos but I'm not sure where I can pick them up in selvedge.
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So I polished some shoes with too dark of polish. Is there an easy way to return them to normal color?
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I recently purchased a couple 100% cotton sweaters. The day after receiving the package, I wore it to work w/o ironing it or taking any other precautions. By the end of the day, I noticed a ton of creases on the cardigan (both the arm and body areas). I've never had a sweater crease so much during daily wear. (see pic) How should I be taking care of a 100% cotton cardigan to ensure that it doesn't end up getting all these creases on the sleeves throughout the day? The effect of these creases was that the sleeves were "getting shorter" and riding up higher on my arm. So how do I stop this from happening? Iron in morning, don't wear, etc.

 

For what it's worth, the sweater is from Stephan Schneider. 

 

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