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post #4036 of 15207
they are both enormous
post #4037 of 15207
well technically i would be getting http://img697.imageshack.us/i/dsc04794in.jpg/ much better sole wise right?
post #4038 of 15207
much better
cop that with the quickness
post #4039 of 15207
consider it copped. thanks my soft friend.
post #4040 of 15207
This might not be SF approved but does anyone know how Obey t-shirts fit? Are they true to size? I like some of their graphic t-shirts, usually wear a size S or M but have never tried it on before.
post #4041 of 15207
Got some cheap Monday cords and love the way they fit. Any suggestions for jeans that fit similarly and at a similar price? http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban...LAID=724107894 I'd like to branch out into colors that arent really blue jean colors such as maroon and patterns so please consider that too. Thankee
post #4042 of 15207
Multiple times on SF I have read that particular brands of denim fade much quicker than others: Nudie's fade really quick, N&F are usually a bit more stubborn. Anyway, I purchased a pair of Crates in the middle of August and have worn them constantly since then. The first month, I probably wore them only three times a week at most, but since October, I have worn them almost daily. The creases are very well defined, but it seems that only in very high stress areas has there been much fading. Does anyone have an explanation for this? Am I only going to see fading from actual washing of the jeans or does wear over time remove a noticable amount of indigo as well?
post #4043 of 15207
If you were going to San Francisco for 3 days, what notable shops would be on your list to hit?
post #4044 of 15207
Hey,

Can anyone give me thoughts on the fit of this coat? It's the J Crew University coat--Slim--Size Small. I'm trying to decide whether to keep it.







Thanks!
post #4045 of 15207
This may be an odd question, but what is the consensus about showing chest hair when wearing a v-neck tee?
post #4046 of 15207
There isn't going to be a consensus with something like that. I'd say stay away from doing something like that. Just shave or don't wear deep vs.
post #4047 of 15207
My chest hair is barely noticeable, so I'm not worried about it yet. Just wondering for future reference.
post #4048 of 15207
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post
My chest hair is barely noticeable, so I'm not worried about it yet. Just wondering for future reference.

Deep v-neck, no. shallow, may be. depends on how much chest hair. If you have man boobs. never.
post #4049 of 15207
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post
My chest hair is barely noticeable, so I'm not worried about it yet. Just wondering for future reference.
Keep your chest hair if you own the look and exude confidence. Shave it if you look like a Furby or such. There are no rules about this, unless you are an athlete and need a streamlined body.
post #4050 of 15207
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Originally Posted by bare bodkin View Post
No, there's no good reasons. BoO is overrated.
Agreed. I just got a shirt from ModernTailor, made to my specifications and much better than any Band Of Outsiders shirt could ever be (not to mention at a fraction of the price). I feel sorry for those who paid money for a BoO "shirt", I bet it is hard to defend why they wasted so much money on a "brand-name" dress shirt in the first place LOL. They must not have heard of MTM. Thinking they can pay $200+ dollar for a "high-end' OTR shirt while you can pay $100- and get a shirt custom made exactly the way you want.
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