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Jil Tailor Made stretch chinos (seriously awesome; will be buying this in other colors)
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what are the aubergine pants?


Uru
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Uniqlo
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EG
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Gitman
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Been looking at these for a while, needed some slim borwn shoes. £490 retail...paid £115. Excellent.


Were these the ones on LN-CC? Nice pick up, I got those when they came out and returned them since I liked the color but not the sole, then I had regrets. Btw you are buying too much Margiela!!




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Brogues
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Yeah been buying quite a bit of Margiela lately. Fits me well and quality is always great. Haven't received those from LN-CC yet so interested to see what the sole is like...

Looking to grab that cassette tee myself, nice!
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You don't have much to worry about the soles are great, I just found them a bit heavier than I am used to (the thin soles). I wear them sockless so I take a size down and I found that thicker sole a bit more constricting for some reason, I never saw one in 11.5 so I am shit out of luck. The color is very nice, true to the stock pic
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Ha, was the 11.5 that I picked up.Colour was definitely the selling factor for me, looks great!
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Uniqlo
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EG
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Gitman
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Let me know how that Uniqlo works out for ya and how light it is. Looks solid.
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I already have it. It's light as hell and feels pretty cheap but I like the fit.
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Was looking for a jacket / coat to replace my Uniqlo "trash bag" / ultra light down jacket and this unexpectedly popped back up.

Unexpected RP:


100% wool
Lined, so, hopefully I can fit a thicker knit underneath unlike the other coat I have
High rear slit, so, the tail of my coat can ride the waves

Hopefully there is nothing wrong with the coat itself and previous buyer returned because he cannot appreciate the multitude of fits this will undoubtedly bring. happy.gif
I was quite adverse to the color gray ever since reading impolyt's comments on the color and skin tone
Crossing my fingers hoping it has no signs of wear & tear as it seems Yoox has been allowing returns on worn goods have reselling afterwards

Also some other stuff:
TheCorner
Patron of the New
ForwardForward
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coat looks like jersey

you can't wear gray?
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We will see! That is the first gray item I have purchased sans bottoms.

Coat is basically this, unstructured coat made of 100% wool, which is great for me smile.gif
Looks like jersey but in hand, it has a scratchy texture to it



I'm hoping it's tad longer, as the stock photo shows, knee length...and I figure the color is neutral enough to layer and play with in terms of color and monochrome black/white.
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Uniqlo down jacket, one of the nicer down jackets I tried on this season. Had to grab it when it hit sale for 6000 yen.. fit pics in WAYWT
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Mt. Rainier Design reversible anorak in tan. The construction, fit, and details are just perfect. When I'm feeling really wild I'll reverse it and go for the "drug rug chic" look.
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We will see! That is the first gray item I have purchased sans bottoms. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I almost forgot about this one. So good
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