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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.

Gap tall sizes? Are we talking about designer tees?

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"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.

 

I'm considered skinny as it is, being 6'6. Should I bite the bullet and buy  a slim fit or a straight fit that has a bit of bulk to it anyhow?

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Gap tall sizes? Are we talking about designer tees?

I'm considered skinny as it is, being 6'6. Should I bite the bullet and buy  a slim fit or a straight fit that has a bit of bulk to it anyhow?

 

We can make the tall tees if any of our knits are of interest.

 

At that height, probably skinny will not be the right fit advise.

 

Having said that, I have seen my eyes turn at slim fashion choices tall lanky people.

 

You can choose to PM me an image of how you normally dress. Can may be offer some tailored advise instead of genearlizing.

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I'm looking for black leather espadrilles, no more than $120 including shipping, though I'd like to spend less if possible.  Any ideas?  Castaner comes to mind but they seem too expensive.

 

Really I just want InAisce Wind Walkers but nobody sells those anymore (to fit 41.5/8.5) and they'd probably be beyond my budget.

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I have a pair of white bucks and the back sole is separating from the upper slightly and I was wondering if I could re-glue the sole in case it eventually comes off. 

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I just bought this jacket, now I only have two jackets which are green(long story), and I bought these chinos a while ago, but I haven't found a jacket which can be worn with the chinos.

Too much green?

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Can anyone ID this jacket?



Only distinctive feature I can see that might help narrow it down are the leather(?) tassels on both the chest pocket and front zip. Any ideas anyone?
post #15052 of 16306
DENVER.

Going for work next week.

Where should I go to find outerwear and other cool mens stuff?

Where should I eat and drink?

Thanks!
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Hi ! I'm looking for a LVC 501 Rigid selvedge denim for my father who wants some denim like my denims. I'm french and it's difficult to find any LVC item here. All my father's classic levi's are W42 and i'm having troubles finding a LVC W42 on internet.

Do you guys have any idea where i can find one ?

Thanks !

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How can I get a response about advertising? I emailed twice but no response....Does anyone know pricing?

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Hopsack
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Uh, chain mail? 
post #15056 of 16306
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DENVER.

Going for work next week.

Where should I go to find outerwear and other cool mens stuff?

Where should I eat and drink?

Thanks!

I'm the wrong person to ask cos I fucking hated the place. Lived there for 3 years and had to leave an amazing job cos I hated the place that much. Just go to chick-fil-a everyday and spend as much time in the mountains away from the city as possible.

Shopping - RRL/full polo store at Cherry Creek Mall. Berkley Supply if you dig the urban woodsman look. Family Affair if you're looking for street wear.

Breakfast - Toast in Littleton (awesome smores pancakes and French toast.) or Lucille's also in Littleton and another in the city (southern creole breakfast/brunch that is amazing). City one is usually packed and an hour or so wait, Littleton I never waited more than 5 mins.
Cherry Cricket for burgers always gets talked up but is shit. Don't get talked into it.
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DENVER.

Going for work next week.

Where should I go to find outerwear and other cool mens stuff?

Where should I eat and drink?

Thanks!

WOW...to add to this and respond to the other...grew up in CO and lived in Denver for many years and have lived visited many other metro areas larger and smaller.  I would take exception, everyone entitled to opinion for sure.  Without going into all the details, there are a ton of great restaurants shops general things to do.  Denver definitely has its own culture just like any large city.  I will say if you like Mexican/Southwest food tons of great places.  Ask the locals don't just go to any Mexican restaurant.  Get something smothered in green chile...a breakfast burrito.  Hang out downtown great bars, leave the city go to Boulder, FT Collins, etc.  Depending on time of year catch a game, Nuggets, Rockies (nothing better than beers at a Rockies game and then hitting the bars all around).  Both stadiums are downtown and everything is in walking distance especially if you are staying in a hotel downtown.  16th st buses run all over downtown...like a shuttle.
 

 

I would say if you want to hit the stores Cherry Creek does have the high end stores, but the reality is...its a mall.  There is a Filson store in the Cherry Creek area. 

 

At the end of it all Denver is a very laid back city, its not soo hipster like SanFran and Seattle and not douche like LA...kinda of a MidWest cross between Phoenix desert and Seattle style.  If your rollin from the east coast (NYC, DC, Boston) very different as its the west so you have to expect that.

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WOW...to add to this and respond to the other...grew up in CO and lived in Denver for many years and have lived visited many other metro areas larger and smaller.  I would take exception, everyone entitled to opinion for sure.  Without going into all the details, there are a ton of great restaurants shops general things to do.  Denver definitely has its own culture just like any large city.  I will say if you like Mexican/Southwest food tons of great places.  Ask the locals don't just go to any Mexican restaurant.  Get something smothered in green chile...a breakfast burrito.  Hang out downtown great bars, leave the city go to Boulder, FT Collins, etc.  Depending on time of year catch a game, Nuggets, Rockies (nothing better than beers at a Rockies game and then hitting the bars all around).  Both stadiums are downtown and everything is in walking distance especially if you are staying in a hotel downtown.  16th st buses run all over downtown...like a shuttle.

 

I would say if you want to hit the stores Cherry Creek does have the high end stores, but the reality is...its a mall.  There is a Filson store in the Cherry Creek area. 

At the end of it all Denver is a very laid back city, its not soo hipster like SanFran and Seattle and not douche like LA...kinda of a MidWest cross between Phoenix desert and Seattle style.  If your rollin from the east coast (NYC, DC, Boston) very different as its the west so you have to expect that.
Not trying to offend. I just really didn't like it, of course that's simply the opinion of myself and my wife (who grew up there, hence why we moved there to begin with). It's one of the fastest growing metro areas in the us for like the last 10 years so obviously a lot of people do like it. Just not me.
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Oh and Beau Jo's might still be the best pizza I've ever had. 1 in Evergreen (20-30 min from downtown depending on traffic, but a nice location in the mountains), Denver and another one in a small town through the mountains (forget the name, ~30 mins from downtown and the original Beau Jo's).
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What belt matches perfectly with the Red Wing 875s and raw denim?  I tried Googling it to no avail.

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