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post #14086 of 16108
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Should be outer edge, exact width.

 

Thanks!

post #14087 of 16108
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I know a lot of people like using paypal. Just wondering, does anyone use google checkout here?

Nope, not me
post #14088 of 16108

Does this work, I know reds and greeds give off a christmas-y vibe but does olive and burgundy do the same? I'm wearing olive chinos, a burgundy and black shirt, black shoes, and a black merino sweater. 

 

Thoughts? 


Edited by shadowsnuzzy - 12/19/13 at 4:16pm
post #14089 of 16108

someone recommends h&m chinos $30 ?Have a good fit and quality ?

 

http://www.hm.com/us/product/12738?article=12738-B#article=12738-F

 

post #14090 of 16108
In general h&m has good, slimmer fits. But the quality ranges from ok to poor. If you are going to wear them alot something a little more expensive will last you alot longer.
post #14091 of 16108
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Originally Posted by HollyJoint View Post
 

someone recommends h&m chinos $30 ?Have a good fit and quality ?

 

http://www.hm.com/us/product/12738?article=12738-B#article=12738-F

 

 

sign that. You get what you pay for when it comes to quality. I would give it a try.

post #14092 of 16108
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Originally Posted by shadowsnuzzy View Post
 

Does this work, I know reds and greeds give off a christmas-y vibe but does olive and burgundy do the same? I'm wearing olive chinos, a burgundy and black shirt, black shoes, and a black merino sweater. 

 

Thoughts? 

 

 

 


Personally I think it works, nothing shocking here, and my mind doesn't go straight to Christmas. Especially when paired with the black sweater. But,if you'll allow me to say so, I'm not so keen on those shoes with it. They don't seem to live up to the rest of the outfit for some reason. I would go for some shoes that are a bit more polished looking... some brogues for example...

 

http://www.spartoo.co.uk/Formal-shoes-men-sty-10218-10039-0.php

post #14093 of 16108
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Thanks!

 

No problem, do note it's different from jean pants where rise is measured from seam instead half vertical distance.

post #14094 of 16108

Worth it for $70 brand new?

 

Would be my only pair of boots.

 

http://www.zappos.com/dr-martens-nero-black-burnished-bronx-suede


Edited by Seth Riggenbach - 12/9/13 at 9:17am
post #14095 of 16108
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Hey,

What kind of vans are these from this H&M lookbook video?
Thanks
post #14096 of 16108

Thoughts on the LL Bean Boot / duck boot for a winter/snow boot???  I live in MD and with the recent 8" of snow we got I found out the hard way that my old snow boots are no longer waterproof.  Frozen toes are not fun.  Sounds like more snow is on the way for tomorrow too. 

 

Bean Boots have great reviews all over the internet and they are resole-able.  Should last forever if taken care of properly.  Anybody here have them or have any other similar recommendations?

 

I think I just need to decide between the original boot and the thinsulate lining version.  Not sure which to go with....MD winters can get pretty nasty and wet but I'd like to be able to comfortably wear these in the fall and spring in muddy/rainy conditions also.  I think I'm leaning towards the regular version and just wearing beefy socks as needed.  Thoughts?

 

post #14097 of 16108

What are the better quality products sold in H&M?

post #14098 of 16108
What's a boot similar to wolverine 1000 mile, but with a less chunky toe-box? Maybe the Red Wing Iron Ranger? I don't like the exposed seaming out on the outside though?
post #14099 of 16108
Could anyone please recommend some smaller size wallets, preferably ones that have preferably a coin compartment, in black leather? I'm starting to feel like my current wallet is a little big for my liking.

My current wallet dimensions are 4.5" x 3.5". So anything smaller that will fit American currency well would be good. My budget is around $100.

Thanks!
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