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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

Is that the FW12 Jacket? Nice, I'm looking for it in navy or any kind of blue if its even out there
At this point I pretty much have a biased opinion but I own two of those V-neck wool leather patched sweaters and by far my most comfortable sweaters for everyday use, cotton ones aren't as nice though

The jacket is only available in beige (darker than on the pic) and black (w. same beige fur collar). I have no idea why you'd purchase it if you live in Florida, it is a relatively lightweight jacket but still...

Just in case you are ordering online I had to pick a 44 like w. many Margiela pieces although I really am a 46.
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Yo fuuma just noticed your signature. How did you stumble into minima moralia?

I was drunk and I neeeded the money, I hope my family can find it in its heart to forgive me.
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I would like a dark color but I try to stay away from black. If that really is all then I'm shit out of luck

I travel up north for family around the holidays, you'd be surprised how cold even Northern Fl gets
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

wtf fuumbro our wardrobes are colliding branquinho margiela vass sns

youvve never actually shown your wardrobe so technically you're just a troll competing with a prince

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Originally Posted by ExAngel View Post

youvve never actually shown your wardrobe so technically you're just a troll competing with a prince
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im going branquinho crazy for 2013. i don't own nearly enough.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

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Really curious to see a fit pic with this on. How do you plan on wearing it? -- Apart from "on top of other things
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Those gloves are awesome Fuuma. I had my eye on those too.
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

fuuma you're like the last person I'd expect to post a stark in here.  That jacket is sick as hell.

I already own another SNS knit that I like a lot, the modernist one with the square collar.
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Originally Posted by wootx View Post

Really curious to see a fit pic with this on. How do you plan on wearing it? -- Apart from "on top of other things

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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post


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no offense but that looks terrible. shoes look too big, sweater has you busting out a gut, and everything is so old man trying to be cool like

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Ahaha looks great to me. And that was quick lol.

Thanks for the input. Just today, I had almost bought a similar beige suede jacket, but was unsure and ditched the thought. I'm going back and bringing that home NOW!
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Originally Posted by ExAngel View Post

no offense but that looks terrible. shoes look too big, sweater has you busting out a gut, and everything is so old man trying to be cool like

i had to walk away and look at this once more, and i hate to say it, you look like corey haims love child wearing grand daddy's clothes. awful man. stick to your margiela sneakers and jeans with some sort of flattering top. after you work out for 2 or 3 weeks. 

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Originally Posted by ExAngel View Post

no offense but that looks terrible. shoes look too big, sweater has you busting out a gut, and everything is so old man trying to be cool like

you look like judd nelsons skewed id, only worse. go back to square one. that jacket looks retarded btw, unless you work at a lumber mill. your skewed confidence only makes it worse. 

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do you know how to edit a post?
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