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post #12931 of 16547
Supes had some pretty sweet outfits in MoS, anyone know where I can get some good henleys? Even "thicker" or "thermal" ones for the F/W?






Also wondering where to find a bboying jacket like this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLULnGrZ2xI


All help is appreciated!
post #12932 of 16547

Hi. I've wanted a pair of J/twisted pants or jeans for some time now, like these:

 

 

I want them slim but not skinny, no drop crotch or anything.

 

Other than Zam Barrett, which brands should I watch for? Especially if they're not too expensive. :)

post #12933 of 16547
Why not zam b? its definitely on the cheaper end of j pants and sounds like exactly what you're looking for. 50% off the official site right now so you should be able to find something reasonable.

Similar price range would be julius or kka/attachment in b/s but those generally fit much slimmer.
post #12934 of 16547

Hey Gents!

 

As I've donated all my jeans to charity and only have chinos I need to do a denim haul next week!

 

I'm looking at going for 3 pairs of jeans - 1 Dark wash and 2 Distressed - All Slim or Skinny

 

My Question is what do I go for? (Let's assume they all fit equally well)

 

A. 3 pairs of Levi's @ an average of R699 each

 

B. 2 pairs of Levi's @ R699 and 1 pair of G-Star @ R1900

 

C. 2 pairs of Levi's @ R699 each and 1 pair of Diesel @ R2200

 

D. 2 pairs of Diesel @ R2200 average and 1 pair of G-Star @ R1900

 

E. 3 pairs of Diesel @ an average of R2200

 

F. 2 pairs of Diesel @ R2200 and 1 pair of G-Star @ R1900

post #12935 of 16547

^ A. If they all fit equally well, why pay more for some than others?

 

Also, Diesel and G-Star are terrible.

post #12936 of 16547
Quote:
Originally Posted by BeeBoying View Post

Also wondering where to find a bboying jacket like this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLULnGrZ2xI


All help is appreciated!


That jacket looks like Nike.



Quote:
Originally Posted by keagz08 View Post

Hey Gents!

As I've donated all my jeans to charity and only have chinos I need to do a denim haul next week!

I'm looking at going for 3 pairs of jeans - 1 Dark wash and 2 Distressed - All Slim or Skinny

My Question is what do I go for? (Let's assume they all fit equally well)

A. 3 pairs of Levi's @ an average of R699 each

B. 2 pairs of Levi's @ R699 and 1 pair of G-Star @ R1900

C. 2 pairs of Levi's @ R699 each and 1 pair of Diesel @ R2200

D. 2 pairs of Diesel @ R2200 average and 1 pair of G-Star @ R1900

E. 3 pairs of Diesel @ an average of R2200

F. 2 pairs of Diesel @ R2200 and 1 pair of G-Star @ R1900


Why do you need 2 distressed pairs? If I was getting jeans I'd get 1 pair of dark blue, 1 black, and 1 distressed pair (blue) or a pair of grey jeans
post #12937 of 16547
Quote:
Originally Posted by BeeBoying View Post

Supes had some pretty sweet outfits in MoS, anyone know where I can get some good henleys? Even "thicker" or "thermal" ones for the F/W?


Also wondering where to find a bboying jacket like this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLULnGrZ2xI

All help is appreciated!

 

nike windrunner

 

homespun knitwear, wings + horns, other canadian companies + a lot of japanese repro brands (like samurai) will have solid henleys. or jcrew/club monaco

post #12938 of 16547

Anyone recently get hit by customs fees in the US ordering from OiPolloi?  I just ordered a Norse x OiPolloi Fishtail totalling $205.50, and I'm super nervous about outrageous fees uhoh.gif

 

I emailed them requesting shipment via Royal Mail / USPS but I'm not holding my breath.

post #12939 of 16547
So I'm looking for my first real pair of jeans. But would prefer to get some what don't need alterations. I'm a 34w 29/30l. Is this even possible to fit?
post #12940 of 16547
I don't think so. If you were looking for raw denim, most come in 34" inseams. For non-raw I've only ever really seen 32" inseam for 33"+ waists. Your best bet would be to get a pair and hem them.
post #12941 of 16547
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Originally Posted by aglose View Post

So I'm looking for my first real pair of jeans. But would prefer to get some what don't need alterations. I'm a 34w 29/30l. Is this even possible to fit?

http://www.jcrew.com/mens_feature/theliquorstore/denim/PRDOVR~18975/99101978618/ENE~1+2+3+22+4294967294+20~~~0~15~all~mode+matchallany~~~~~raw/18975.jsp

 

Boom, done.  You won't find a 30 inch length anywhere else, I'm almost positive.

post #12942 of 16547

Can somebody identify these shoes for me?  They are tagged on a blog Dillon x Florsheim, but I can't find info about that collaboration anywhere.  This photo also comes up on a search for Alden.  Nothing looks quite like this on the Alden site, nor the Florsheim site.

 

post #12943 of 16547

^ looks pretty close to an Alden cigar shell cordovan longwing blucher with antique edge.  but not really sure.

 

 

 

post #12944 of 16547

As someone younger with a budget, how do i go about looking for outerwear (some of the most expensive clothing)? I recently bought a jacket that I want to return now, and I was wondering if you guys have good recommendations for a shop. A budget at the max 200$?

 

Also Im looking for a plain blue oxford shirt, I'm 6 foot, big chest, broad shoulders (build of a swimmer) dont have exact measurements, but if anyone has recommendations for that thats nice too!

thanks

post #12945 of 16547

Outerwear- really depends on what aesthetic you're going for. For starting out, Uniqlo, H&M, J.crew, etc. would be good places to pick up some basic stuff for cheap.

 

as for oxfords, i would go with uniqlo too. Or if you're willing to spend a bit more you could look at epaulet, gitman vintage, etc.

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