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If it's just rain and no snow you have more options. It is the salt that they use to melt snow that damages the leather. What type of style do you like? I would just get a pair of boots you like and put some protectant on it like Obenauf's LP. Then you can quickly wipe the water off the boots every time you get home.

Yes, it's just rain that's the issue. Just looking for some unorthodox options as everything I've seen so far seems a little too work-weary/americana-y.

post #13082 of 16372
Hallo

I plan on buying a Rick Owens Wool Coat for the following winter and would like to know something about the quality. So are the used materials worth the money and how warm are RO coats normally? I need a coat that keeps me warm up to -20 degree.
post #13083 of 16372
Anyone know a good korean proxy? Looking to get some stuff from studehomme.
post #13084 of 16372
I have some Iron Hearts and Flat Head denim. I also live next to the equator where it is extremely hot and humid all the time. I'm looking for footwear advice. I think Iron Hearts look a bit out of place with Converse and other sneakers. I'm wondering if there are other good alternatives. I like boots, but I'd probably look way out of place with some of the more "sturdy" work boots. I was thinking maybe Stacy Adams Madison boots would work, but I've heard a lot of complaints about their shoes. Are there any boots that are more lightweight that would look good with denim?
post #13085 of 16372

Short guy here

I have an abnormally large chest for my height. I need to find Oxford shirts with 31.5 inch sleeves with around a 35 inch chest. Anybody think they can help find a place to get these. Guess is the only store that I've been able to find the perfect size, but they don't have a wide variety of formal dress shirts. Any help would be appreciated. 

Thanks! 

post #13086 of 16372
I'm pretty new to the world of sneakers other than vans or chucks. What are some of the better looking, preferably leather high tops. For under $150
post #13087 of 16372
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Originally Posted by helpme9999 View Post

Short guy here
I have an abnormally large chest for my height. I need to find Oxford shirts with 31.5 inch sleeves with around a 35 inch chest. Anybody think they can help find a place to get these. Guess is the only store that I've been able to find the perfect size, but they don't have a wide variety of formal dress shirts. Any help would be appreciated. 
Thanks! 

Giving your preferred measurements would help a lot
post #13088 of 16372

31.5 inch sleeve. 

35 inch chest. 

13.5-14 inch neck. 

16.5 inch shoulder-to-shoulder. 

I apologize if I'm missing any measurements, but these are usually the only ones I use/notice. If any other measurements could help, please let me know what these are. 

post #13089 of 16372
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I'm pretty new to the world of sneakers other than vans or chucks. What are some of the better looking, preferably leather high tops. For under $150

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I'm pretty new to the world of sneakers other than vans or chucks. What are some of the better looking, preferably lhttp://www.styleforum.net/forums/posts/add/threadId/164402#eather high tops. For under $150

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maybe give more than two hours for a response, princess?

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maybe give more than two hours for a response, princess?

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post #13092 of 16372
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Originally Posted by vvinta View Post

Where can I get a nice navy cable knit sweater? I'm having a tough time tracking one down.

 

http://www.antonioli.eu/en/products/22391-maison-kitsune-knitwear?gen=men#

 

Kitsune FW

post #13093 of 16372
Dont think he wanted expensive. The guy looking for formal dress shirts how tall are you? Those measurements did you not look around on any affiliate who listed measurements? Pretty sure your xs.

Depending on where you measure your sleeve and how tall you actually are 35" for a chest is not big at all.
post #13094 of 16372
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

Try the Uniqlo skinny fit tapered.
You would want to wear thicker fabrics to balance it out. Brown would look good with earth tones like beige, olive, and sand. Would also work with white.

Thanks

Would an untucked shirt with thick tweed pants be ok?
post #13095 of 16372
depends how it looks take a look in the mirror does it look good?
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