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Ann D x3:
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First two are pretty boring for Ann D but they were inexpensive and were pretty much just what I was looking for. Boots were on eBay for a really high price but with a make offer option. I put in an offer much lower than asking price for amusement and to my great surprise it was accepted. The listing claimed they were only worn twice and they're more worn than that, but I knew that going into this. The only really noticeable thing is the mark on the front but hopefully I can have something done to that.
Uru (some Japanese brand on LN-CC):
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These turned out to be a surprisingly good purchase. It's the peak of the ridiculously hot and humid Texas summer and these are my new favorite shorts.

those boots look very futuristic
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Ann D x3:
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Grey boots brigade is seriously growing! fistbump.gif
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Grey boots brigade is seriously growing! fistbump.gif

sup hendrix how u been
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uniqlo x undercover FW2012 t-shirt from a japanese ebay-seller
("neu" means "new" in german)


mmm 10 "shadow print" t-shirt F/W 2011
was kind of a grail piece for me



dick ovens darkshadow geo pocket jersey hoodie
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link to uniqlo seller?
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Pre-shrunk. Is that a deadly sin?

I also tried RRL, which were really nice, but too wide in the waist (and sizing down was no option because of my football thighs smile.gif). And KOI, very nicely made, nice details, but not a fit for me (straight legs, high rise).
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Post a fit pic! Does it fit true to size?
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Post a fit pic! Does it fit true to size?

based on the measurements, looks to fit a little oversized
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Bought this Schneider shirt... I've been wanting a green shirt for a while.
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Pre-shrunk. Is that a deadly sin?
I also tried RRL, which were really nice, but too wide in the waist (and sizing down was no option because of my football thighs smile.gif). And KOI, very nicely made, nice details, but not a fit for me (straight legs, high rise).

Nice, from porter?
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Wow I did not think you would buy a five zip Fuuma
How come you waited so long?

1) I wanted an old design (cut+hardware) and a rare size (44, I am a 46 but the 44s fit me better in this and several other MMM pieces where an oversized look does not work on me).
2) I wasn't actively looking for it, would stop at MMM shops around the world just in case and try on the 44-46 jackets and maybe look on ebay and sufu but not that often.
3) Set price I wanteds to pay at old retail from when I found MMM prices to still be ok so let's say $1400-1500 at most.
4) Wanted a new or at least mint jacket.
5) I had seen this one (the exact one I got) on the guy who bought it when we met at some fashion party. He decided it wasn't the fit he wanted (he likes a Diorish aesthetic), wanted to get it from him a couple months ago and we didn't settle on the right deal, I totally forgot about the jacket. Popped back by random chance so I finally closed the deal.
6) A quick look at my wardrobe shows this is my 4th leather and 16th piece of outerwear so it is definitely not filling some gap or something, I already have too much stuff.
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Deerskin, silver riri zips.

FW06 - Might have been Asterix from sufu (maybe it's he that you are talking about now?) or the next person he sold it to - that jacket lingered on yahoo for over a year or more I think before he actually got it. It's a good jacket, just that it's a rare one-season iteration that nobody pulled the trigger on.
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Post a fit pic! Does it fit true to size?

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Originally Posted by Blackmaged View Post

based on the measurements, looks to fit a little oversized

I believe that burgundy/navy SS knit fits similar to the Montana Shawl (for sale btw) I picked up from OC last season. Slightly oversized in design, but true to your standard Schneider sizing.

That's a nice looking piece.
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

FW06 - Might have been Asterix from sufu (maybe it's he that you are talking about now?) or the next person he sold it to - that jacket lingered on yahoo for over a year or more I think before he actually got it. It's a good jacket, just that it's a rare one-season iteration that nobody pulled the trigger on.

Yeah, got it from Mike. Deerskin really has very little impact on the jacket aesthetic in that case to be honest, I have seen the same material (different thickness) really change how a pair of boots looks but for this it could have been a more common leather and no one would see the difference. I cannot really say if it is good or bad, just that the type of leather didn't really play a role in my decision although I generally like the characteristics of deerskin.

Those MMM leathers (his was mint which is fucking rare as Japanese just wear the stuff everyday for 12-24 months then resell their crap on Y!) sell for well over 2K but take a while to go.
He didn't sell it but barely worn it, I personally told him to keep it but since he was dead set on reselling I was sorta happy we could work something out.
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