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post #13606 of 16308

What is the difference between a shirt with a pocket and without the chest pocket? 

Is it more formal or something? o.o 

post #13607 of 16308
do you mean for a long sleeve button up? it's preference but for suit/dress pants with a blazer usually the fewer details it has the better it will look. just my opinion but on sf opinions can start wars nod[1].gif
post #13608 of 16308
Brand of the denim jacket in the middle ??

post #13609 of 16308
Looking for a parka any good ones? preferable not over 300?
post #13610 of 16308

Can anyone recommend a boot similar to this but cheaper (250ish or under)?  Like it because it has a smaller profile and is thinner/less clunky.

 

http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/shoes/AldenForJCrew/PRDOVR~28356/28356.jsp

 

post #13611 of 16308
reedobandito went on that mission a while ago last i heard he finally gave in and bought the aldens
post #13612 of 16308
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

reedobandito went on that mission a while ago last i heard he finally gave in and bought the aldens

Thanks.  Seems like it shouldn't be as hard as it has.

post #13613 of 16308
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Weft! That's the new word for me.

 

OK, but how these [black] jeans should be called? 1st - overdyed, 2nd - black jeans with white weft or what? Thanks. You see, it's not that simple as blue indigo jeans. ;)

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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

You should read this before you keep posting questions everywhere.

http://supertalk.superfuture.com/index.php/topic/12676-superdenim-encyclopedia-read-me-before-posting-a-new-thread/
 
Do you mean me? I just asked a simple question on how to properly name these two types of jeans, so I can Google them. Seems nobody knows the answer. :( But seriously, how many thousands of pages I am supposed to read to get this simple answer for this simple question.
 
Anyways, not to look totally ignorant, I just read this very interesting interview with Kiya of Self Edge at PutThisOn:
which goes against all the common forum wisdom by the way.
post #13614 of 16308

What are some common parings with slim sweat pants for the fall?  

 

http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/polostees/fleece/PRDOVR~02440/02440.jsp?color_name=Navy&TCode=GGBS00006_99103085580&sisearchengine=197&siproduct=02440&noPopUp=true&utm_source=GooglePLA&utm_medium=02440

 

I'm guessing dress shirts or casual dress shirts such as flannels are a no-go?

post #13615 of 16308
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What are some common parings with slim sweat pants for the fall?  
slim sweat shirts, fuzzy slippers, not leaving the house
post #13616 of 16308
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Originally Posted by JezeC View Post

What are some common parings with slim sweat pants for the fall?  

Since you kind of answered my question, I'll post the pic i was going to anyways. See if this helps.



Anyone know if this is still the jcrew sweats or another?
post #13617 of 16308

Which of these 2 chelsea boots do you prefer:

 

1)

 

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OR

 

2)

 

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Thanks

post #13618 of 16308

they're both really ugly

post #13619 of 16308

1 is slightly better, but that doesn't mean much. Both are quite unattractive-looking

post #13620 of 16308
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Originally Posted by Venser View Post
 

1 is slightly better, but that doesn't mean much. Both are quite unattractive-looking

thank you for the constructive reply,

 

which oone is slightly better in your opinion?

 

i was told Clarks Chesea boots were a good choice, could you post a pic please of what would be considered nice black chelsea boots?

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