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post #33556 of 53505
Originally Posted by MSSneaker View Post

Go check them out at Amrag. Their stuff is selling well. Great fits, tons of care in design, and really cool friends of mine running it. S/S 13 should be great as well.

I have the "cast" obsidian raw selvedge and love them, and also have the "Villain" side zip, which is a pullover with riri zippers on the sides, meaning it can show off subtle layering.

How's the fit on tops? That side-zip sweatshirt caught my attention.
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Liking that Baseball jacket NiceGuyTom.


A couple purchases today.
I really just bought this shirt on impulse this afternoon as it was down to $100 from close to $400 @ Boylston - with free shipping. I've also got the same shirt in blue w/ yellow stripe and it's one of my favourite shirts. Funny thing is that i've gone from not owning a single flannel shirt to now having 4. Though coming into winter and being in a cold office all day, I don't see any real issues there. The blue one has kept me at a good temp in the office when normally it can be freezing.

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I've also had my eye one these Lanvin Chinos for months and noticed they went on sale @ Matches with the recent FW sales. Had another quick look this evening and they were offering an additional 20% off so I managed to pick these up for $150 a piece down from close to $400 a pair also. I like the texture they seem to have and the cut looks really nice. Not as slim as my Industrie chino's and with the ironed pleat, they look more like a trouser which is great.
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Hopefully sizing is ok on the chinos as I bought them both in a 50 (34).
They're supposedly TTS and I am usually a 33. And although my Acne denim is 32, they're supposedly vanity sized by 2.
They can be returned if need be so no worries there at all.
post #33558 of 53505

What size would I be in those john elliot tees as a US40?

post #33559 of 53505

Please stop 

edit: @elisix

post #33560 of 53505
Stop what? I can't buy anything now?
post #33561 of 53505
Elixsix that shirt was going for 400 bones retail? Come again !?!?
post #33562 of 53505
Stop buying more chinos and plaid shirts. Your problem isn't having too few of them.
Edited by Jabonator - 2/20/13 at 7:12am
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post #33564 of 53505
Originally Posted by Jabonator View Post

Stop buying more chinos and plaid shirts. You're problem isn't having too few of them.


post #33565 of 53505
Look at the model for that shirt. Your bottom half fits like that models but the top half is like 1-2 sizes too big. It makes the fit proportions very ugly.
post #33566 of 53505
Guys you have got to remember that Australia is like 18-24 months behind America / Europe when it comes to fashion / design

Plaids and chinos was all the rage on SF a few years back
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@ cyc: those jeans look great!  hope they fit!  biggest fear of pre-distressed denim for me is the creases ending up at my calves due to being (relatively) short :/


no sizing info on the site at all..

post #33568 of 53505

Ervell (in medium and small)

Uniqlo x KM (got in both black and olive, in a Japanese Mediums and a Japanese Small respectively, got great prices for both, so we'll see which one fits)
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i wish i had the money to blow that some people in here have.. crazy.
post #33570 of 53505
I will post measurements along with a brief review for the people asking me about John Elliot sizing/quality/etc. I don't know any more than you do right now. I too hope that I don't end up with creases halfway down my calf.
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