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It makes sense to me. In climates where I'm actually going to be wearing something like a linen shirt having the extra space is nice for the air flow.
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Danielre, instagram menswear guy, has a website selling suits. I was wondering what suit pro's think about the prospects. The website is www.danielrecollection.com. Check it out let me know what you think.
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Originally Posted by ahjota View Post

It makes sense to me. In climates where I'm actually going to be wearing something like a linen shirt having the extra space is nice for the air flow.

Thanks. Yeah, I was thinking of getting a slim fit linen shirt at one time. That is pretty dumb come to think of it since I don't work in an office or anything. I decided to keep it. The arms are no looser than other linen shirts, and the Banana Republic Grant Fit has a good slim fit silhouette which gives the shoulders and body good contrast. Also the Irish linen either doesn't crease as much or it isn't as noticeable as it's Indigo plaid.
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Originally Posted by Roger Mellie View Post

Are loose fitting upper arms in Linen shirts considered as bad a fit as with other shirts?? I returned a Uniqlo shirt a while back as the arms were just far too loose - similar to the inside of the right arm in this photo with a lot of excess material (I notice many retailers try to hide excess material with photos taken from angles and other tricks).
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Anyway, I recently bought a heavier Irish Linen shirt from Banana Republic in what is meant to be a "grant slim fit", but the upper arms look even looser than the Uniqlo. Both shirts were otherwise a good fit. It seems the retailers make these linen shirts like this deliberately. Anyway, I want to keep the shirt, but it has bingo wing arms. What to do?
I actually find the Uniqlo sleeves to be just right for me. Any slimmer and I don't think I could fit into it.
post #17720 of 17881

How long does it take End to answer emails? I have been waiting since forever.

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Can Alden PTBs work with Euro SWD stuff like Margiela/Dries? They have a bigger heel and slimmer toebox than EU derbies which is throwing me off.

post #17722 of 17881
@Francks wears aldens with that kind of stuff, also Ann D and C&J Grasmere.
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Not sure where to ask.
Anybody know where to shop / eat in tokyo?
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Not sure where to ask.
Anybody know where to shop / eat in tokyo?
Everywhere?
What are you most interested in shopping for?
post #17725 of 17881
how do golden goose lowtops fit? im a 10.5 in most sneakers, 10 in boots
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The few GG sneakers I have tried on fit me TTS. I found GG to be fairly flat so not comfortable if you need any arch support. Ymmv.
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Asked in CM but also wanted to ask here. Would it be a good idea to bring in the waist just a little bit? I feel like there's a bit of room still and I'm planning on dropping some weight. For the two shirts, is the point collar too narrow for my neck? And does it look right with the lapels? I feel like it's off. Is the spread better and are there better options for this type of lapel? I don't know if this makes a difference but the suit/shirt are from a casual designer so not very formal. Thanks.

 

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post #17728 of 17881
Anyone no of any sites that may have woments MMM Gats on sale. Im looking to get a pair for a friend
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Hey guys. I need help with a travel bag. I was looking at different bag styles and was wondering what you'd guys recommend for weekend getaways and short trips. Hopefully something I can throw in the car and can fit in overhead storage on flights.

I was looking at duffle bags, weekenders, and helmet bags. Helmet bags seem to be like duffle bags but they are taller. What size length would you guys recommend? I see a lot of bags are 18 to 21 inches in length. Is 19 big enough for a pair of shoes, jeans, and a few shirts?
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

Hey guys. I need help with a travel bag. I was looking at different bag styles and was wondering what you'd guys recommend for weekend getaways and short trips. Hopefully something I can throw in the car and can fit in overhead storage on flights.

I was looking at duffle bags, weekenders, and helmet bags. Helmet bags seem to be like duffle bags but they are taller. What size length would you guys recommend? I see a lot of bags are 18 to 21 inches in length. Is 19 big enough for a pair of shoes, jeans, and a few shirts?


Was there a specific aesthetic you're hoping to achieve? If you're looking purely for function, I've had great success traveling with my Arc'teryx Miura pack and their duffles. Side access zips on both bags makes getting items at the bottom of the bag easy. Durable and easy to care for; Arc bags easily fit in overhead storage. 

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