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Can someone give me someone give me some brands that have looser pants? I normally wear something like this.   

I'm looking for Workwear brands something like engineered garments.

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https://instagram.com/p/9NM9WAtcyC/?taken-by=lavoisier

Brand of the sunglasses of the guy in the right?
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ironing question. when i iron my dress shirts, most of the wrinkles are flatten nice and crisp during ironing. but the problem is after a day or so, micro wrinkles start to form. this happens to white and light coloured cotton dress shirts. i suspect my dark coloured shirts does this as well, but just able to hide it better because of the darker colour. anyone got some tips?
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I have a pair of Marsell Strasacco slip on shoes. 100% Calf leather smells exquisite


Problem is my new leather shoes are very slippery. The sole is flat. Should I attach grip pads or something?

Also could someone recommend good leather care products for my shoes?
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You can topy those shoes. I've only used Obenaufs products and theyre good.
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You can topy those shoes. I've only used Obenaufs products and theyre good.

Which Obenauf product in particular? Heavy duty? Can I apply it to the sole too?
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Use the topy on the sole.

I've used obenaufs leather protector on boots that I've worn through snow and rain. It worked well. If the shoes are less rugged you can use the leather oil. If you google it you can find reviews.
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Is there any place in the US to buy Head Porter Plus outerwear? I don't know if I'm a L or XL in their duffle coats. Usually a S or M, but according to their measurements, these'd be too small. I'd really like to get a toggle coat, but I'd like the option to return it if it's the wrong size.

Thanks.

US prices are ridiculous. Get measurements and use a proxy to orders straight from Japan.Most Japanese listings have measurements.
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Which Obenauf product in particular? Heavy duty? Can I apply it to the sole too?


You don't want to use a lot of products on brands like that. People are on here are wayyyyyyyyy to happy about the leather products, it's unnecessary. Especially with boots, blows my mind.


For your shoes, it's in the same realm as stuff like Layer 0, Guidi, etc etc and are meant to look a little rugged. Brush them down from time to time with a horse hair brush and use Saphir Renovateur once a year. That's what I've always done. That's it, nothing more, over applying products to footwear like that will make them less pleasing aesthetically.




and yes, like Timbaland said, topy the bottom
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Got these boots yesterday, is the sole/heel too thick to wear casually with jeans out to bars or just going about town?

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Better view of the sunglasses:


https://instagram.com/p/9P7US3Nc2W/?taken-by=lavoisier

Brand?
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Got these boots yesterday, is the sole/heel too thick to wear casually with jeans out to bars or just going about town?
Think the sole is fine. The heel looks thick though, but should be fine with jeans IMO. Depends on the bar you are going to.
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+1. They're work boots, they absolutely work with jeans. Heel is fine.

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You don't want to use a lot of products on brands like that. People are on here are wayyyyyyyyy to happy about the leather products, it's unnecessary. Especially with boots, blows my mind.


For your shoes, it's in the same realm as stuff like Layer 0, Guidi, etc etc and are meant to look a little rugged. Brush them down from time to time with a horse hair brush and use Saphir Renovateur once a year. That's what I've always done. That's it, nothing more, over applying products to footwear like that will make them less pleasing aesthetically.




and yes, like Timbaland said, topy the bottom

In regards to the topy, would I just need to purchase the pads and stick them underneath?
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