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Also very nooby question lets say I wanted to buy sonething at the marketplace, All i need to use is my credit card and use a paypal account correct? I dont need to drop the money in my paypal account it cam be kept on the card while purchasing?

Depends on how you set up your PayPal account. If you link it to your card or bank account, you don't have to put any money into the PayPal account. It will automatically draw from your card/account. If you link it to your card though, you are charged a fee when you make a payment. If you link it straight to your bank account, there is no fee on payments.
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I took some baggy jeans for my tailor, to transform the slim fit jeans, but I need some jeans for her to do the same, and I do not have any. :\

There is some slim fit jeans at h&m with a good fit, similar to levis 511?

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Does anybody know what kind of boots these are, or have a suggestion for a similar pair?  Sorry for the blurry pic.

 

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Lmao.

Try rancourt
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It's finally consistently cold as hell in Ohio everyday and I need a coat. Where can I find an acceptable, warm winter coat for around 100? Do the big retailers like H&M/Uniqlo/Gap etc have anything worth getting?
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^ Uniqlo 4 way coat is marked down to 100 now

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^ Uniqlo 4 way coat is marked down to 100 now
Right on, I just saw that. How is the fit on their coats? I'm on the smaller size of a large right now so I'm not sure if I should go M or L.
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M should work for a slim fit. L if you're planning on layering under it.

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M should work for a slim fit. L if you're planning on layering under it.
Good deal, thanks for the tip.
post #14125 of 15915
Friend wants to buy his girl a leather jacket for Christmas and asked me for advice since I own a couple of ROs. I don't know shit about female clothing lines and his budget is around $1,200.00. Anyone have suggestions?
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dumb question - what's the difference between an oxford shirt and a "regular" shirt (a j.crew secret wash shirt for example)?
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dumb question - what's the difference between an oxford shirt and a "regular" shirt (a j.crew secret wash shirt for example)?


Question can have a wide range of replies, will stick to a simple one:

 

Oxford: Oxford is a type of a fabric that has a distinct weave. Oxfords can be comparatively thick and heavy, which we call classic oxfords, can be very light like some of the Royal oxfords. Pinpoint will be somewhere in between and can serve as a standard dress shirt. Not completely formal, but, almost.

 

The classic oxfords are very often made with a button-down collar. Can we worn to work in semi-formal environments and will also be at ease with a pair of jeans on weekends.

 

Regular shirt: A "regular shirt" will most likely be a poplin or a plain weave. Perfect for wearing to work all week.

 

To summarize: You can interchange between the pinpoint oxford and the regular shirt for most uses. Classic oxford will be a bit too casual and Royal Oxford will be a bit too formal.

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Originally Posted by masshi View Post

dumb question - what's the difference between an oxford shirt and a "regular" shirt (a j.crew secret wash shirt for example)?


Question can have a wide range of replies, will stick to a simple one:

Oxford: Oxford is a type of a fabric that has a distinct weave. Oxfords can be comparatively thick and heavy, which we call classic oxfords, can be very light like some of the Royal oxfords. Pinpoint will be somewhere in between and can serve as a standard dress shirt. Not completely formal, but, almost.

The classic oxfords are very often made with a button-down collar. Can we worn to work in semi-formal environments and will also be at ease with a pair of jeans on weekends.

Regular shirt: A "regular shirt" will most likely be a poplin or a plain weave. Perfect for wearing to work all week.

To summarize: You can interchange between the pinpoint oxford and the regular shirt for most uses. Classic oxford will be a bit too casual and Royal Oxford will be a bit too formal.
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Originally Posted by masshi View Post

dumb question - what's the difference between an oxford shirt and a "regular" shirt (a j.crew secret wash shirt for example)?

thank you
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Originally Posted by 1up View Post

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?

 

MMM, Buttero, Common Projects, NDC, Yoox.  Check out their boots.  For more workwear type options Visvim, Oak Street Bootmakers, Yuteken.

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Originally Posted by Wu Dynasty View Post

Friend wants to buy his girl a leather jacket for Christmas and asked me for advice since I own a couple of ROs. I don't know shit about female clothing lines and his budget is around $1,200.00. Anyone have suggestions?

ToJ Women's offerings.  He'll have to know her actual measurements though unless you get an undersized men's varsity.  My girl wears a 44 in the ToJ0 Varsity.

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