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post #9391 of 16697
Well they are for jogging and I find most jogging shoes are ugly...any other suggestions?
post #9392 of 16697
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Well they are for jogging and I find most jogging shoes are ugly...any other suggestions?

If you do a serious amount of jogging you should probably get a pair of running shoes, even if it's ugly. And get a separate casual shoe.
post #9393 of 16697

Are new vintage Levis Denim Jacket in the 1980s (Made in USA Deadstock) worth 90-100?

post #9394 of 16697

Belts - Corter, Hollows or Zissou? Or are they all pretty good quality makers?

 

Also, what colour belts with:

 

1) light-dark blue jeans

2) indigo jeans

3) black jeans

post #9395 of 16697
anyone know where to get a t like this:

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post #9396 of 16697
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Thinking of getting this New Balance 576 as a jogging shoes/casual wear...
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Yay or Nay?

 

They can be worn casually but I heard that they are not suitable for running. You might want to consider real running shoes for exercise purposes.

post #9397 of 16697
Can anyone ID these cargos that Jay-Z is wearing? Looks a bit like Maharishi but I don't think it is.

Sorry for link, not photo, can't seem to get the direct URL using iPad. (it's Jay-z in a recent shot in Paris wearing white/cement Jordan IIIs, black leather jacket and olive cargos).

[=http://celebkicks.com/2012/06/04/jay-z-wearing-air-jordan-iii-white-cement-in-paris]
post #9398 of 16697
Got it... J Brand trooper.
post #9399 of 16697
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Originally Posted by jabberwock1977 View Post

Can anyone ID these cargos that Jay-Z is wearing? Looks a bit like Maharishi but I don't think it is.
Sorry for link, not photo, can't seem to get the direct URL using iPad. (it's Jay-z in a recent shot in Paris wearing white/cement Jordan IIIs, black leather jacket and olive cargos).
[=http://celebkicks.com/2012/06/04/jay-z-wearing-air-jordan-iii-white-cement-in-paris]

Looks like Jay-Z needs to start dressing like a grown-up; those shoes look like he's trying too hard to look like he's in his late teens.
post #9400 of 16697
this for people with online retail experience How often do you deal with shoppers that would order an item and then suddenly realize they have doubts about it and ask for a cancellation half an hour later?
I did this yesterday after bugging people asking for info about the stuff.
They took it in stride and were very courteous. Still I feel bad about it.
post #9401 of 16697
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this for people with online retail experience How often do you deal with shoppers that would order an item and then suddenly realize they have doubts about it and ask for a cancellation half an hour later?
I did this yesterday after bugging people asking for info about the stuff.
They took it in stride and were very courteous. Still I feel bad about it.

It's business, I doubt they take it personally.
post #9402 of 16697

I have a question about MTM casual sport shirts - shirts that you might see worn untucked with jeans:  I've found that when I get a shirt made to my exact measurements, I can't wear it untucked because it looks really feminine.  It has that hourglass shape that doesn't look right on a man.  So if my measurements are say 40 chest 33 waist 40 hip seat, and I buy a shirt that's 40 chest 33 waist 40 hip seat that fits well, it looks weird untucked.  (edited - by seat, I mean the circumference of the bottom of the shirt)

 

Is it just a matter of increasing the waist measurement?  Are there any other adjustments on any of the other shirt measurements that you would recommend for more casual shirts?  What measurements do you change between dress shirts and more casual shirts and by how much?  Wondering what I should do before ordering another MTM shirt.  I don't want it to look like a box like most OTR shirts.

 

Thanks


Edited by rockbottom - 6/5/12 at 8:27pm
post #9403 of 16697
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I have a question about MTM casual sport shirts - shirts that you might see worn untucked with jeans:  I've found that when I get a shirt made to my exact measurements, I can't wear it untucked because it looks really feminine.  It has that hourglass shape that doesn't look right on a man.  So if my measurements are say 40 chest 33 waist 40 hip, and I buy a shirt that's 40 chest 33 waist 40 hip that fits well, it looks weird untucked.

Is it just a matter of increasing the waist measurement?  Are there any other adjustments on any of the other shirt measurements that you would recommend for more casual shirts?  What measurements do you change between dress shirts and more casual shirts and by how much?  Wondering what I should do before ordering another MTM shirt.  I don't want it to look like a box like most OTR shirts.

Thanks

Uhh, it's not the shirt that's making you look feminine it's your hips. Your hip measurement is really the same as your chest?! Not even sure why you need a 'hip' measurement for a dress shirt though.
post #9404 of 16697
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Uhh, it's not the shirt that's making you look feminine it's your hips. Your hip measurement is really the same as your chest?! Not even sure why you need a 'hip' measurement for a dress shirt though.

 

Thanks for the response.  I should have been saying my seat measurement instead of hip (sorry).  I meant the circumference of the bottom of the shirt.  That's a measurement that every MTM site/store I've seen takes.  Yes, I have a fairly athletic build and my legs are pretty big (maybe too big - my seat measurement is the same as my chest measurement), but there are plenty of guys with bigger legs than me who I'm hoping have solved this problem before.

post #9405 of 16697
Guess I'm confused...not sure how, even with an athletic build, the measurement around the widest part of your butt would be equal to your chest measurement. Dudes are, ideally, V-shaped--you're describing an hour glass, and hence your shirt is cut as such. Unless you've got a giant butt, not sure how an athletic build would result in an MTM shirt cut like that.

EDIT: Apparently I'm a retard...just measured my own 'hip' measurement and it's effectively the same as my chest as well.

Could the shirt just be excessively long?
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