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post #9886 of 15832
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Originally Posted by digga View Post

Does anyone know the length of a medium j-crew plaque belt like shown?

 

I normally wear a 34 belt and need to know whether I should order a S or M.

 

http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/accessories/belts/PRDOVR~30878/99102121079/ENE~1+2+3+22+4294967294+20~~~16~15~all~mode+matchallany~~~~~belt/30878.jsp

 

Dude, there is a size-chart right there on the website (and it says you should go with medium)

post #9887 of 15832
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

 

Dude, there is a size-chart right there on the website (and it says you should go with medium)

 

actually, it says S or M.

post #9888 of 15832
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Originally Posted by digga View Post

 

actually, it says S or M.

and then it says right under men should go up a size = you should go for M

post #9889 of 15832
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Originally Posted by kindofyoung View Post

and then it says right under men should go up a size = you should go for M

 

yes.  i wear a 32 pant... sizing up one for a belt as normal makes me a size 34 belt (which is what I normally buy).  the sizing chart says I would take either a S or M.

 

I was hoping someone might know where to find a measurement of the length of the leather.  I have seen a size S recommended on classified ads (for older iterations of this belt) for anyone with a 36" waist or below.  I do not know if the length of this particular belt has changed over the years, which is why I asked.

post #9890 of 15832
The most thought ever put into the purchase of a J Crew belt
post #9891 of 15832
That J.Crew belt is very long. I'm a 32 belt and an S is at least 2 sizes too long.
post #9892 of 15832

 

I really like the first one, a little pricey but nice. Thx m8.

post #9893 of 15832
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Originally Posted by digga View Post


 lol, saw these a couple months ago?


http://www.betabrand.com/west-coast-workwear/gray-dress-pant-sweatpants.html

Thanks, it is a nice one. But I'm looking for something that's more sporty looking. Any other suggestion?
post #9894 of 15832
What color does a winter camel jacket go with? I'm debating a camel color jacket but I don't know if it'll match things in my wardrobe. It feels so fckngkn gk soft + good though
post #9895 of 15832
A or B? can't decide. I think A looks better (from the photos anyways) but it may not be as versatile

http://shop.wingsandhorns.com/collections/knits-sweaters/products/large-loop-colorblock-hoodie-heather-charcoal-black

http://shop.wingsandhorns.com/collections/knits-sweaters/products/large-loop-hoodie-heather-charcoal
post #9896 of 15832
not sure how "versatile" you want your hoodie to be but A looks better. both don't look that great but i'm sure they're comfy as hell
post #9897 of 15832
Please can you PM me if you can proxy in France?
post #9898 of 15832
Has anyone experience with this brand?

Especially these shirts?
post #9899 of 15832

Dan Trepanier is the model for those, and he has one of the leading mens style-blogs, I'd very much doubt he'd try to sell something that wasn't good quality thumbs-up.gif

 

EDIT: putthison wrote a small review on them: http://putthison.com/post/9082344806/we-got-it-for-free-rich-in-clothing-t-shirts-a

post #9900 of 15832

I want to spend $75 on a medium to heavy-weight flannel shirt, new, used, or on-sale. Which brands should I be looking for?
 

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