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Anyone have brand recommendations for pretty slim cut button down shirts (casual, not for suits) in the 100-150 price range?  Im on the taller and lankier side (6'1, 160ish) and have trouble finding something slim enough that isn't way too short.  For instance a J Crew Slim Cut medium is too baggy for my liking.  I have an Epaulet M that fits decently, but their selection is on the limited side. Thanks for the help.
Brooks Brothers has a line of slim fit and extra slim fit shirts. You could give them a try.
post #14477 of 15815
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Bought two leathers jackets and got them delivered to work and i'll probably return one.

 

So thoughts on the jackets....which would you keep? the one on the left (Andrew Marc) or the one on the right (Michael Kors) or neither?

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The right is showing more wrinkles in the front and side views, also, the wrinkles on the top of the shoulder due to slope is also a reason for not choosing it.

post #14478 of 15815
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Originally Posted by gator88 View Post
 

Anyone have brand recommendations for pretty slim cut button down shirts (casual, not for suits) in the 100-150 price range?  Im on the taller and lankier side (6'1, 160ish) and have trouble finding something slim enough that isn't way too short.  For instance a J Crew Slim Cut medium is too baggy for my liking.  I have an Epaulet M that fits decently, but their selection is on the limited side. Thanks for the help.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Max_Yeah_True View Post

wondering about good quality slim chinos/cargos but with room in the seat for a big butt.. also wondering about shorts. any recommendations?

 

Going custom solves these issues. We have kind of got into the habit of trying to "fit into" what we can find, when, we can rather get things made for us at the same price and of significantly better quality.

We also get the exact style we want instead of accepting what is offered. It ends comments like "I would have loved these pants even more if it had single pleats and not double".

 

It is not that custom clothing is not without its own issues.

1. It takes a bit longer to get the items you order instead of the almost instant gratification that we get from Ready-to-wear.

2. At times, even custom clothing can take 2-3 iterations to get it perfect. But, once that is achieved, buying clothes become a much more easier and fruitful exercise.

post #14479 of 15815

Looking for raw denim that will fit someone with bigger legs and glutes (squats), but taper down the leg so as to still look sleek. Tried on APC New Standards 29, tight around glutes/hams, alright on waist. Blew out my Diesels and Nudie Slim Jims (29) too many times, need new jeans.

post #14480 of 15815
Just get a pair that fits your chiseled man buttox and thigs and then get the rest tapered. The tailoring won't set you back by much. Best option by far.
post #14481 of 15815

Where can I get some cheap dip-dye/gradient type of shirts/sweaters?

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COS
post #14483 of 15815
Yeah I have the COS dip-dye sweater, its fine for the price although I find it a little short.
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Anyone knows how to fix the dent on my engineer boots? Wet them and push the leather out?
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My Common Projects achilles took a dip in a puddle, and the toes on them goat soaked.  I tried to dry them out with shoe trees, but now the toes feel dry and look a bit wrinkled. What's the best way to condition/fix this?

post #14486 of 15815

Maybe check out Oni denim. They have a roomier thigh and a pretty hefty taper.

post #14487 of 15815

Can anyone help me with the brand/make of these sneakers? They're my favorite pair I've ever owned... I bought them at Goodwill and would really like to find another pair somewhere.

 

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Can anyone help me with the brand/make of these sneakers? They're my favorite pair I've ever owned... I bought them at Goodwill and would really like to find another pair somewhere.












might not be exactly what you're looking for, but urban outfitters carries cheap vans-like shoes that kind of look like those

couldn't hurt to check them out
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Speaking of Urban Outfitters, does anybody know if you can order from the UK website and have it delivered to the US?

UK has some nice Grenson's on sale and the US website has none at all.

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