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Anybody know where i can get these sweats? 371085427978797779_2ce7c000e580.jpg 59k .jpg file

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Those could be Acne John Sweatpants.  Also looks a little like W+H Tapered Sweatpants that came with zippered pockets.

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how to size on W+H hi-tops? I wear 43 in CP Achilles, 11 in Nikes

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Looking for a plain black fitted cap. Any nice alternatives to New Era?

Also, looking for black sneakers similar to Common Projects' Achilles model, but with white soles. The only CPs out right now that fit that description are perforated, unfortunately. Anything I should look into that isn't full of holes?

Thought I'd cross-post this from another thread, as this thread seems to get a bit more traffic. Any help is much appreciated.
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Custom order from Ebbets and sell the rest on B&S nod[1].gif

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I love my all black sufu x ebbets hat. We need to do a custom run for SF.
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I'd be interested if it had no logo at all. Otherwise a bit too fan-clubby for me.

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I don't feel like I need wingtips just yet. Too formal for daily use.

When it's very hot out, I don't want to wear any socks. Clarks are just too warm right now.

What would be a good casual summer staple? (that's diverse from clarks)

Penny loafer?
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So I'm planning to purchase these Oliver Peoples DBS tomorrow from a guy on craigslist. I'm not too familiar with fake OP glasses or whether or not they even exist. Would anybody be able to help me verify based off these pictures? Thanks in advance.

 

 

 

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I'm having a hard time understanding the terminology of MTM and bespoke? Are they different? is there a consensus on either or? I checked the forums and haven't found a decent answer. I'm not trolling honestly!
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MTM is usually just custom sizing and a few options whereas bespoke is ground-up customization.
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yep.. made to measure is typically based on an existing pattern that can be modified slightly -- whereas bespoke is creating a new pattern from scratch just for you. The term "bespoke" actually came from the idea of picking out -- or "speaking for" -- the cloth for your suit. But it also meant your suit would be made to your unique pattern.

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I just wanted to get your take on clothes and accessories which are Made In China? I'm been trying to avoid them for the last few months because I'm not sure about the build quality. I'd buy something cheap if it was Made In China but as soon as stuff gets a little more pricey and I see that on the label I walk away from it no matter how much I like it.

Am I wrong? What's your opinion on stuff that comes out of China in terms of quality and more importantly value for money? What percentage of the clothes and accessories you buy come from the People's Republic?

 

So I guess the bottom line is, should I really care if something is made in China especially when it's a little more pricey? Not expensive, just not cheap?

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I just wanted to get your take on clothes and accessories which are Made In China? I'm been trying to avoid them for the last few months because I'm not sure about the build quality. I'd buy something cheap if it was Made In China but as soon as stuff gets a little more pricey and I see that on the label I walk away from it no matter how much I like it.


Am I wrong? What's your opinion on stuff that comes out of China in terms of quality and more importantly value for money? What percentage of the clothes and accessories you buy come from the People's Republic?

So I guess the bottom line is, should I really care if something is made in China especially when it's a little more pricey? Not expensive, just not cheap?

1. Chinese people use the same machinery that we use.
2. China isn't really the market for the cheap stuff any more. The very bottom end is made in Bangladesh or whatever.
3. You can't really avoid getting the asien stuff unless you are very rich to compensate our standards.
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The company enforces the standard of quality, not the country.

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