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post #8251 of 16696
^^ thewho: by all means if you can find good-fitting shirts OTR then go for it, and OCBDs would be a great place to start. Personally, no OTR shirt has ever fit me (I have ridiculously long arms) and so I've gone online MTM (Modern Tailor) and never looked back. Same price as OTR and a perfect fit: for the win! I'm sure they deliver to France if you're interested.

Looks like from your profile like you're more of a SW&D guy, so maybe you have a slightly different perspective to me on the importance of looking interesting. Personally, if I'm wearing quality, basic clothes (the kind of stuff I described above) that fit very well, that's interesting enough for me. YMMV of course, but I think the problem with trying to look interesting is that unless you do it very well, you just look stupid, and it ain't easy to do it well :/
post #8252 of 16696
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Originally Posted by ramp View Post

Is there any way to restore linen pants to their former texture?
They were ironed at the cleaner and now they're really stiff and drape poorly, like the weave is tighter.

anyone?
post #8253 of 16696
What's so special about YKK zippers? I see them mentioned frequently as being good, but I have an american eagle hoodie with zippers that says ykk so...
post #8254 of 16696
There is nothing inherently special about zippers produced by YKK, but like RiRi they are one of the larger suppliers out there and have a large variety of zips and pulls to choose from making them very popular. It helps that they produce anything from cheap zips that fall apart in a year to the heavy duty zips found on TOJs that will last years and years.
post #8255 of 16696

ok ill try it over here... i need a pair of chinos in W34-36/L38, any ideas on where i might find those?

post #8256 of 16696

Doesn anyone know what kind of jacket this is?

 

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post #8257 of 16696
OK This is a dumb question.

I bought a DB flannel jacket, but they don't have cuff buttons. The button was made of wood. Where can I find it? My past experience was they always will give you buttons somewhere, but there's only a very small one (for the internal pocket) can be found. baldy[1].gif I don't want return because I like the jacket. Is that OK to

Thanks in advance. Gents.

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post #8258 of 16696
Does anyone know where I can order the herschel heritage backpack in brown in the UK?
post #8259 of 16696

ahhhh I need help!!baldy[1].gif

It's my boyfriend's birthday soon and he wants shoes.. He always wears brown slip on loafers with jeans then casual jumpers what other type of shoes will go with jeans for casual wear?! searching everywhere but just keep finding hideous (mountain climber esk) shoes redx.gif!! also on a slim budget €50..

x

post #8260 of 16696
Clarks desert boots
post #8261 of 16696
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Originally Posted by thatoneguy View Post

Clarks desert boots

Or J Crew Macalister boots, almost the same thing
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post #8263 of 16696
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Originally Posted by Monn1k View Post

ok ill try it over here... i need a pair of chinos in W34-36/L38, any ideas on where i might find those?

MTM seems like the only route to me
post #8264 of 16696
Someone please reccomend me good quality navy chinos which fits w 26/27...or those slim 28 which can be taken in the waist and so...
*had a drdenim chinos but the fit kinda got screwed up by my tailor
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So I was wondering whether it was fashionable all right to wear a casual button down short sleeve shirt in winter with a sweater. Obviously, the collar is different from a traditional dress shirt, but I was just wondering if it was ok.

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