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post #8116 of 15816

need an advice, does the RRL have fake stuff? i mean not authentic. Thanks

post #8117 of 15816
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You're supposed to just get them hemmed it'll cost you like $10.  Or just stack them up, I have the same inseam and I never hemmed my jeans which were a 36.

+1 on this. It's totally normal for a lot of higher end denims to only have one inseam size.
post #8118 of 15816
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Originally Posted by Newstyle View Post

So I am looking at buying some raw indigo trousers, I'm 5'8" and typically wear a 30X30, I have noticed that the measurements for these trousers and a lot of other raw indigo denim has a 30 waist but the inseam is 36. Are they meant for rolling the legs up? I'mnot used to these measurements.

If you are spending some serious money - don't just get them hemmed, but have them chainstitched which a lot of denim specialty shops can do.
post #8119 of 15816
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Studiohomme shipped a order with DHL didn't mark down value (~$500 in dollars) and I didn't have any customs to California. Only one experience with DHL and I haven't had any customs ever to California so not sure if this is that helpful or not.

So it looks like even the stores didn't mark down value, there's still have chance not hit customs.

Thanks Stevent.

anyone else was charged and paid customs before?
post #8120 of 15816
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Originally Posted by akatsuki View Post


If you are spending some serious money - don't just get them hemmed, but have them chainstitched which a lot of denim specialty shops can do.


umm...can u show me a pic example of hemmed jeans and chainstitched?

post #8121 of 15816
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Originally Posted by Earthistic View Post

need an advice, does the RRL have fake stuff? i mean not authentic. Thanks

Edit. I have no idea.
Edited by The Thin Man - 1/8/12 at 6:05am
post #8122 of 15816
I think he is asking if it is common to encounter RRL stuff that is counterfeit and not genuine RRL.
post #8123 of 15816
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I don't understand what you mean. If you're asking whether all of their items have antecedents in historical clothing, I would say yes and no. I think all of their items at least "refer" to older clothes, but much of it is updated in terms of materials, fit and fashion. As far as I know, only Japanese repro brands or the occasional item like Bean boots are exactly the same as they were decades ago.

i mean copyright infringement, like louis vuitton bag from china. Thanks.

 

post #8124 of 15816
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

I think he is asking if it is common to encounter RRL stuff that is counterfeit and not genuine RRL.



Rightfing02[1].gif that's what i mean

post #8125 of 15816
Hello
Is "essential apparel" legit/trustworthy ?
post #8126 of 15816
Does this look like an authentic Surface to Air x KOL leather jacket?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/160710834283?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
post #8127 of 15816
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Just keep in mind where the fur is coming from.  It's one thing to own something made of cow/sheep leather, since those animals are being raised for food, but it's another entirely to have something made out of an animal that was raised with the sole purpose of being killed to provide you with a soft luxury item.

Eh, I tend to be a bit black and white on this thing - either we are going to use animals for our purposes or we aren't. While the use of them I believe is morally debatable, I don't really see the difference between using an animal just for fur, or for meat or anything else... Cruelty to animals, OTOH, is definitely an issue I do think about.
post #8128 of 15816
Where can I pick up some Dior Homme jeans in smaller sizes (26 or 27)? I'm normally a size 28 waist and it seems I'd need to size down for these. I can't find anyone selling them in sizes smaller than 28.

Thanks.
post #8129 of 15816
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Originally Posted by Gagno905 View Post

Where can I pick up some Dior Homme jeans in smaller sizes (26 or 27)? I'm normally a size 28 waist and it seems I'd need to size down for these. I can't find anyone selling them in sizes smaller than 28.

I know this probably isn't exactly the response you're looking for, but try the sufu supermarket, as they pop up fairly often over there. Otherwise I know they're not too hard to find in Japan.
post #8130 of 15816
I gouged my boot on sharp metal underneath bus seats, and I'm pretty upset. I'm taking this to a cobbler tomorrow but I'd like to know if you guys think this can be fixed/how you would go about doing it. Thanks.

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