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post #15751 of 16081

Basically,

Cuffed= fold of fabric at the hem

Cropped= short inseam

Stacked= long inseam

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I understand but was wondering what each one goes with, what kind of look, etc.

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Hi! I hope I'm posting in the right place! I'd like to know what these clothes are that Keith buckley is wearing!! The shirt has a small black box with yellow writing as the brand. I've tried looking around and I can't find the brand anywhere.

No idea on the jeans or shoes. Thanks for your answers!!


As luck would have it, Keith wore the exact same shirt last year when I photographed them at Riot Fest here in Toronto so I zoomed in on a high res file for you. Its a vintage Sears Roebuck western shirt.



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Originally Posted by accordion View Post
 

I understand but was wondering what each one goes with, what kind of look, etc.

 

Ah, gotcha. In that case, it depends on the pants and general aesthetic.

Very generally, and there's a million counter examples that could be made,

Cuffs are more "traditional" and add weight visually and physically, so wear with chunky footwear, heavy fabrics, traditional/heritage uppers. 

Stacks emphasize proportions or texture depending on if you're wearing wide (the former) or slim (the latter) pants. I'll assume you're not wearing street sweepers, so wear with uppers you could apply texture adjectives to; soft, fuzzy, fluffy, etc.

Cropped is more casual, "light", and streamlined. Good for dressing down a topblock, or if you're after a more contemporary minimal look a la cropped trousers and plain shirt.

 

But the best thing to do is see how whatever brands/aesthetics you're into style their bottoms via lookbooks, editorials, WAYWTs, etc.

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I'm new to SF. Do you guys have an outfit feedback thread? or do you just post in WAYWT for feed back?

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Originally Posted by futuresailors View Post
 

 

Ah, gotcha. In that case, it depends on the pants and general aesthetic.

Very generally, and there's a million counter examples that could be made,

Cuffs are more "traditional" and add weight visually and physically, so wear with chunky footwear, heavy fabrics, traditional/heritage uppers. 

Stacks emphasize proportions or texture depending on if you're wearing wide (the former) or slim (the latter) pants. I'll assume you're not wearing street sweepers, so wear with uppers you could apply texture adjectives to; soft, fuzzy, fluffy, etc.

Cropped is more casual, "light", and streamlined. Good for dressing down a topblock, or if you're after a more contemporary minimal look a la cropped trousers and plain shirt.

 

But the best thing to do is see how whatever brands/aesthetics you're into style their bottoms via lookbooks, editorials, WAYWTs, etc.

 

Thanks, very helpful. I asked because the Margaret Howell ss15 lookbook had all cropped trousers and previous seasons had all cuffed or stacked trousers.

post #15757 of 16081
Anyone see these anywhere?
post #15758 of 16081
what are your favorite light-wash jeans with reasonably sized thighs?
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what are your favorite light-wash jeans with reasonably sized thighs?

Interested in this also. Reasonable - at least 12" in 33-34's.

post #15760 of 16081

http://www.styleforum.net/t/164746/recent-purchases-part-ii/44910#post_7257673

Looking for pants and socks recs? As I have not had a shoe like these before, my wardrobe is not quite matching yet.

Interested in cropped trousers or stuff like Devoa, LeU, Lost & Found etc in size 34/50 ,small budget though :(
And I need insoles.

Also I have a pair of LeU pants I want to sell or swap size 52, will try to get around to making a listing on SF soon.

post #15761 of 16081

What is the difference between a super light long sleeve sweater and a long sleeve t-shirt?

post #15762 of 16081

i do not know the answer but i fell like that question could be a zen koan.

post #15763 of 16081
Dumb question, but a 38 in Rag & Bone is an X-Small or just Small?
post #15764 of 16081
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Dumb question, but a 38 in Rag & Bone is an X-Small or just Small?

 

38 is normally small. 

 

From my experience 40 is a size medium in Rag & Bone.

post #15765 of 16081

Anyone got the leg opening measurement for Aros Heavy Chinos? and while we're at it, anyone got measurements for Uni Gios either?

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