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Cost will depend on where you are, but yes not too costly. About 20-30 dollars depending on location and tailor, that's my best guess.
Great. It's not too difficult is it? There aren't really any exceptional tailors in the area so I don't want the pants to be ruined, but they are unbearable as of now.
Edited by NeedForTweed123 - 3/24/14 at 6:54pm
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SLIM (not skinny) PANTS

 

1. Passing fad or here to stay? I don't want to buy pants that "fit" to replace them next year.

 

2. Should I wait to "bulk up" before buying slim pants or... buy them now and grow into them. I guess I answered my own question, but skinny guys wearing slim pants look odd right?

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What kind of fabric is this? 

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Oops, wrong forum!

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Originally Posted by NeedForTweed123 View Post
 

What kind of fabric is this? 

Uh, chain mail? 

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Originally Posted by personone View Post
 

Uh, chain mail? 

Its actually the fabric of my navy blazer. I've just never seen it before. 

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Can anyone recommend me some navy pleated drop-crotch trousers? Prefably not over $50 but could do up to $100
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I recently bought a pair of Sutor Mantelassi's from Vente Privee for around 140 pounds. I just received the shoes and have noticed that one has a slight defect, namely one of the eyelets on the left shoe is unevenly spaced (see picture below). Should I return them or should I just ignore it (tbh it doesn't bother me too much). 

 

I'd appreciate it if someone could also tell me from which of SM's lines the shoes are as I am sure they are not of their higher lines. Thanks.

 

 

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I'm pretty new to the realm of dressing well/stylishly and don't have any pants that aren't of the corduroy or denim variety so I really want a nice pair of wool trousers to add some more texture and weight to my wardrobe. I'm incredibly short (5'4") but not terribly skinny, was thinking of looking for something slightly tapered, but not too slim. You all dress phenomenally well, so I was wondering if anyone has some suggestions? Was hoping for under $200 (on that student budget!) Thanks!

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Can venetian shoe cream be used on say AE park avenues? What about a cheaper shoe like a Clarks Roar?

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What causes this stretching/bunching at the crotch?

 

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Originally Posted by lyysander View Post
 

I'm pretty new to the realm of dressing well/stylishly and don't have any pants that aren't of the corduroy or denim variety so I really want a nice pair of wool trousers to add some more texture and weight to my wardrobe. I'm incredibly short (5'4") but not terribly skinny, was thinking of looking for something slightly tapered, but not too slim. You all dress phenomenally well, so I was wondering if anyone has some suggestions? Was hoping for under $200 (on that student budget!) Thanks!

Idk man I know Gap sold some really nice slim wool trousers this winter but 'course those are gone. Banana Republic? I'm sure the other posters would know more than I

 

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What causes this stretching/bunching at the crotch?

 

What's the seat look like?

 

And could someone check out my post on slim pants (above)?

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Originally Posted by personone View Post
 

SLIM (not skinny) PANTS

 

1. Passing fad or here to stay? I don't want to buy pants that "fit" to replace them next year.

 

2. Should I wait to "bulk up" before buying slim pants or... buy them now and grow into them. I guess I answered my own question, but skinny guys wearing slim pants look odd right?

 

"Style" has over the last few years matured to mean "to each his own". Have not seen it change and do not expect it to change in the near future.

 

Being slim and looking slim is pretty much in, being fat and looking fat, not so much.

 

 

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Can anyone recommend me some navy pleated drop-crotch trousers? Prefably not over $50 but could do up to $100

 

We can custom make it for you. Prices start at $69.99 for our Navy Twill Chino. Contact Us to get it going.

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Originally Posted by tobiasfunke View Post
 

What causes this stretching/bunching at the crotch?

 

 

As being said by @personone, it is being pulled at the seat. The backrise needs to be more comfortable.

 

 

 

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What are some brands that make basic tees that are long in length? Rick Owens would be a good example but I'm looking for something that goes a couple inches below the hip on a 6'3'' frame.

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You can check out brands like T by Alexander Wang, Void the Brand, and John Elliott
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