These are nice. The OG 2010 version (sans chain) had better contours, though. For better or for worse, Jay-Z and some other big names have been spotted in this version (ss11).
I had a chance to pick up the pair you bought on eBay a while back but I didn't because I wanted to hold out for a grey pair (that hasn't materialized). What do you think you'll wear them with, grey/black denim or more toward the khaki chino/canvas pants spectrum, assuming blue jeans are out?
Originally Posted by andrewgreg
The sweatshirt is 3.1 Phillip lim? I'm sorry but i had a banana republic sweatshirt looks exactly same i bought 4 years ago.
I mentioned in some other thread (I think) recently that Juicy Couture did gradients circa fall 2008 (same year Prada did the ombre patent shoes) -- and logoless, which is more than I can say for Prada's recent reincarnation which has their ugly black-on-black label stitched on the outside. The amusing part is that so many different high[er] fashion houses (prada, phillip lim, geller, ann d, and others) have jumped on the bandwagon after the lower brands already had their way with the same trend quite recently (American Apparel was filled with dip-dyed / degradé tees and leggings etc about two years ago).Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Edited by GoldenTribe - 9/27/12 at 10:11am