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post #9151 of 16101

Best brown/black oxfords or derbies for $200-400?

post #9152 of 16101
Does all Dior Homme coats have some sort of the shoulder darts details?
post #9153 of 16101
Has anyone in the U.S. ordered from Oi Polloi (http://www.oipolloi.com/) before? If so, what's the deal with customs/duties charges? Are they inevitable?
post #9154 of 16101

two things actually

 

first:
 

could anyone identify this label inside of a navy blazer (ca 1970's) and if it's any good?

found it cheap but not sure if I should go for it (it's online so I can't try it out and see for myself)

anyone.PNG

 

second, and continuing a bit with the talk about sneakers, anyone else seen the gorgeous new adidas originals? ^^
adidas-originals-forum-lo-crazylight-2012-01.jpg

Personally I still prefer less "sporty" shoes for everyday outfits, but damn those are some good looking sneakers cool.gif ( so surely someone will make them work really well)
more pictures: http://www.freshnessmag.com/2012/05/07/adidas-originals-forum-lo-crazylight-springsummer-2012/

post #9155 of 16101
I have 5 pairs of Dior Homme jeans and 2 pairs of Dior pantalon chinos that I would like to sell on the b&s. I have no idea what is a reasonable price to ask for them. Can anyone give me a rough ballpark figure?

They all have a ticket price of around £450. All BNWT. All made in Italy. All the jeans are distressed, no raws and none are selvedge. Tags say things like f19, f21 or pantalon + short

A point in the right direction is appreciated
post #9156 of 16101
it really depends on the wash and the size. without the two of those, it's impossible to give you a ballpark estimate. larger sizes will sell for less, while the more popular, smaller sizes go for more. as a general rule, 19cm is preferable to 21cm. the MII ones are generally less popular, but again, this really depends on the wash. as for the range, i'd say it'll probably fall somewhere between 200-400 USD. if you have a really rare and popular wash, it might go for more, though.
post #9157 of 16101
Quote:
Originally Posted by inimitable View Post

I have 5 pairs of Dior Homme jeans and 2 pairs of Dior pantalon chinos that I would like to sell on the b&s. I have no idea what is a reasonable price to ask for them. Can anyone give me a rough ballpark figure?
They all have a ticket price of around £450. All BNWT. All made in Italy. All the jeans are distressed, no raws and none are selvedge. Tags say things like f19, f21 or pantalon + short
A point in the right direction is appreciated

 

I would say somewhere around 300 if they're new, possibly 400 if they're one of the really nice washes and probably more like 200 or less if it's an ugly wash.  You could always drop the price if no one buys.  What season are they from / what sizes are they?

post #9158 of 16101
Ive got 29, 30, 31, 32, 33. The two chinos are 36 & 38. No idea how to check season, any way to know?

I know this is all useless without pics but I'm
Out at the moment.
post #9159 of 16101
Whats the consensus on chambray or light denim type button-down shirt worn(open and closed) as a light jacket or overshirt during the summer?
post #9160 of 16101
Quote:
Originally Posted by inimitable View Post

Ive got 29, 30, 31, 32, 33. The two chinos are 36 & 38. No idea how to check season, any way to know?
I know this is all useless without pics but I'm
Out at the moment.

If you can read the tags, the first number and subsequent two letters denote the year and season. for example, 7HH would be 2007 Winter, and 7EH would be 2007 Summer. I'm not sure if it's 10HH for 2010 onwards. I stopped following DH after Hedi left
post #9161 of 16101

Post some pics man, there´re many guys looking for some DH jeans.

post #9162 of 16101
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Originally Posted by Lionheart Biker View Post

Post some pics man, there´re many guys looking for some DH jeans.

eh... not really. dior's kinda dying as a brand because kva sucks compared to hedi. maybe for some of the really good recent washes, but most people who still buy dior only buy the raws, reissues of classics, and the really rare, sought after hedi washes
post #9163 of 16101

Hello everyone !

 

I am newbie seeking some advice. I really like the RalphLauren custom fit oxford shirts. These ones :http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=11051550&cp=1760781.2498319.2498321&view=99&parentPage=family

 

Already got three in different colors and looking to purchase some more. Before I do, I thought maybe someone can recommend me other choices. I am kinda new to clothing brands, just looking for ideas. The fit on the RL are perfect and they seems very versatile, easily matches too all different kinds of pants. If you guys are in the markets for things like these, what would you get?

 

Thanks

post #9164 of 16101
Quote:
Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

two things actually

first:

 
could anyone identify this label inside of a navy blazer (ca 1970's) and if it's any good?
found it cheap but not sure if I should go for it (it's online so I can't try it out and see for myself)
350x258px-LL-6bf39922_anyone.PNG

second, and continuing a bit with the talk about sneakers, anyone else seen the gorgeous new adidas originals? ^^
350x276px-LL-d26a8951_adidas-originals-forum-lo-crazylight-2012-01.jpeg
Personally I still prefer less "sporty" shoes for everyday outfits, but damn those are some good looking sneakers cool.gif  ( so surely someone will make them work really well)

more pictures: http://www.freshnessmag.com/2012/05/07/adidas-originals-forum-lo-crazylight-springsummer-2012/

i like them, but hope they come in something other than red
post #9165 of 16101

edit: nahneun beat me to it

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