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i bought one of those silent tube scarf things

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not flashy or weird like a lot of shit that gets repped here...Every time I've owned something that was avant garde or really blatantly designer-y, it's been sold or gone back eventually
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i bought one of those silent tube scarf things

so when's it going back foo.gif



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so when's it going back foo.gif
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Haha. It's just a cotton snood not that weird!

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I have one of those silent scarves that is also a bag and I wear it a lot, even if it's cotton.
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Camel duffle, hopefully a keeper!
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Bring on the cold!
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american goose?
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Spiewak x Epaulet- My first Epaulet purchase:

http://www.epauletshop.com/servlet/the-1877/Epaulet-Special-Edition-N3-dsh-B/Detail
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Amurrican goose
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Every winter, I allow myself 1 outerwear purchase, though I hardly ever stick to that. This year, I am getting a customized version of the "Asher" jacket from Ken Chow's Krane. For once, I actually think that the presentation on Revolve was no horrible. Definitely better than crazy distracting tattoo dude on Forward:



It should also be available on his website soon. To me, it's a slightly grittier Robert Geller. I think that he suffers from poor PR and a difficult pricepoint (not quite designer, but high for contemporary). because the construction, materials, design, and tailoring are definitely there.
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Pretty substantial; could easily double as a jacket. Upper sleeves are, in typical Silent fashion, cut for children, but I expect them to stretch a bit since it's made of shah's favorite material.
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Krane always looks great until the eye stumbles on all the frivolous buttons, strips, latches and frou-frous. It's really too bad IMO because the base garments look to be very well made and cut.
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Pretty substantial; could easily double as a jacket. Upper sleeves are, in typical Silent fashion, cut for children, but I expect them to stretch a bit since it's made of shah's favorite material.

wtf where did you get this
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