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post #991 of 17875
What's the purpose of elastane in denim?
post #992 of 17875
Stretchiness so that it's more comfortable
post #993 of 17875
Cuz I have a pair of N&F power stretch skinny guys and they have 5% elastane. Ive had them for couple weeks and I've worn them most days. Does the elastane make it so that they're stretchy and always go back to their original shape/size? Cuz I was hoping they would stretch out permanetly a couple sizes so they don't look so tight... The jeans are like hugging my legs right now and you can see the shape of my legs. Its awful.
post #994 of 17875
Yup, jeans (or tees) with elastane won't do much permanent stretching, compared to a pure cotton fabric. That's why women's slim/skinny jeans all have elastane in them: chicks want the denim to stay clingy to their legs/ass all day long. Dudes usually prefer pure cotton, so that the jeans stretch in any place that is skin-tight.
post #995 of 17875
Where can I get a lightweight fleece cardigan?
post #996 of 17875
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Originally Posted by DenimFreak411 View Post
I appreciate the comment. Would you recommend going true size then for these? 1 inch isn't enough, man. LOL

Thank you sir.

I would just follow the measurements and stretching advice on Selfedge's website. It's pretty accurate:

http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...roducts_id=439
post #997 of 17875
This might be a total n00b question, or a really hard one. I just have to know. I saw a dude with a shirt on today which I had no clue what brand it was at all. I really liked the shirt tho. On the front it had "MCC" in big letters above a picture of computers, and on the back it had "SML" in big letters next to a picture of lunar landers or satellites. Does anyone know who makes this shirt/where I could get one?
post #998 of 17875
Any idea where I can get shoes similar to the Loro Piana "summer walk"? Thanks
post #999 of 17875
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Originally Posted by bkbowers View Post
This might be a total n00b question, or a really hard one. I just have to know. I saw a dude with a shirt on today which I had no clue what brand it was at all. I really liked the shirt tho. On the front it had "MCC" in big letters above a picture of computers, and on the back it had "SML" in big letters next to a picture of lunar landers or satellites. Does anyone know who makes this shirt/where I could get one?

http://www.bbcicecream.com/store/BBCMMCLOgo.php
80 bucks
post #1000 of 17875
What's going on with white sunglasses; been seeing a lot of them recently.
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Are white jeans too gay for a straight man to be wearing? I like them but they have a bad stigma. They look good in the pictures at J.Crew. However I am not sure whether I can wear them. Perhaps off-white or khaki might be a better choice.
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Originally Posted by dagman1 View Post
Are white jeans too gay for a straight man to be wearing? I like them but they have a bad stigma. They look good in the pictures at J.Crew. However I am not sure whether I can wear them. Perhaps off-white or khaki might be a better choice.
White jeans are fine but get them dirty and treat them like raws (don't wash them all the time or it'll stay bright white and you'll look like a painter). Go outside and roll around in the dirt and they'll look a lot better
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What's going on with white sunglasses; been seeing a lot of them recently.

Avoid.
post #1004 of 17875
Are you saying my white shutter shades aren't fashionable? I saw Kanyeezy wearing them!
post #1005 of 17875
That depends on what your posse is wearing.
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