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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

Por Vocacao. Sometimes they throw out old Margiela stuff like that for cheap too, there is also a silver version $51 without shipping etc

Thanks for the heads up, picked one up in silver.
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Originally Posted by max_r View Post

whats up guys, I bought these MMM boots and I'm not sure how i feel about them. My first pair of brown boots ever so maybe I'm just not used to seeing brown boots on myself, what do you guys think, keep or return?
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I also felt they may look a little long. They made my feet look like flippers in the mirror but I don't think its as bad in a photograph, thoughts? They have a strangely elongated toe for something this chunky (chunky for me, atleast).
My goal is some zip boots that look good with dark or light denim that aren't boring medium brown.
I'd originally dismissed them because of the sole thickness but then I saw some fit pic from aloha rag that made them look decent so I figured I'd give them a shot.
also, sorry for the shit quality pictures, it goes dark way too early in the winter and I'm not sure how long its going to be until I'm at home when its light out.

I have the same pair in faded black/grey - the sole is super light - and they wear with most trousers quite well..even with shorts in my case.

Keep them.
 

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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post

ann d. x lionel ritchie

These are not current season, are they? I've been looking at the ripple sole derbies from this season a lot, but these actually look better. Wedge sole, right?
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These are not current season, are they? I've been looking at the ripple sole derbies from this season a lot, but these actually look better. Wedge sole, right?

you mean these..?
i can get them for GBP212 
 

 

 

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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

These are not current season, are they? I've been looking at the ripple sole derbies from this season a lot, but these actually look better. Wedge sole, right?

yes they are the ones with the ripple soul from this season, were $390 on ln-cc
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do you ever wonder when someone leaves the conceptual forest and enters the pretentious woodlands?

Only happens after you start walking upright, and then its into the savannahs of affectation, where you will learn to farm crops of vanity, leading to the beginnings of permanent civilizations and the development of the arts of conceit and hypocrisy. or something. point is, stay in the trees!
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yes they are the ones with the ripple soul from this season, were $390 on ln-cc

Oh, I see.

Couldn't see the spikey sole. Would prefer a totally flat wedge sole, but they're really cool as they are.

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There are still sizes XS and S on their own online store and a size L on porvocacao waiting to be purchased
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this guy looks like daniel stern of the home alone movies
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Oh, I see.
Couldn't see the spikey sole. Would prefer a totally flat wedge sole, but they're really cool as they are.

agreed but when worn, the spikey sole is not very noticeable.
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I like the ripple sole.
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BOO Herringbone Blazer

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Two more 3-packs of wjk white tees (6 shirts total). These are still my daily "go to" tee for most outfits, thus you can never have too many of them. I still like how the tees have raw edges and how each pack comes with a crew neck, v-neck, and u-neck.

Since I like the fit on these tees better than any others I've tried, I've been considering dying them various custom colors. It seems like this is the only way I will ever get both the fit and colorways that I want. Crazy idea?

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Do it. Dyeing things is fun
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