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post #35911 of 45487
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Originally Posted by BBSLM View Post

Thanks for the heads up, Artishard.


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post #35912 of 45487
^ where you got these and whats the damage?
post #35913 of 45487
he got them off sz or sufu. nictan was selling those. i forgot the price but it was a good snag
post #35914 of 45487
^ that.
post #35915 of 45487
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

I hope these look a lot better on you than they do on the model...

the pics dont do justice, layers london has better pics

here are the overdyed soft j jeans Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Thanks for the heads up, Artishard. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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post #35916 of 45487

Bought a cotton/nylon/metal Carpe Diem poncho for dirt cheap. Will either be the smartest or stupidest purchase of my life

 

Also Zam B wool pants courtesy toasty (thanks dude)

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Those still look like crap. Honestly every picture I've seen of ZB items looks bad but they get nothing but stellar reviews. Must be something that's not translatable to pictures
post #35918 of 45487
A lot of the modeled/store pictures look really awkward but there's been cool fits posted with zamb stuff, like artishard's.
post #35919 of 45487
The heavy linen DNA J-trousers are seriously fucking amazing, nicest pants i've owned/handled. however, looking at fits I feel as though these may have an exceptionally good fit compared to other models...

So glad I lost those 10 pounds and can actually wear them again, shame its now summer frown.gif
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e: ^^^ those pants are kind of the epitome of what i mean. pictures don't do justice to just how goddamn luxurious the fabric is.
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

Those still look like crap. Honestly every picture I've seen of ZB items looks bad but they get nothing but stellar reviews. Must be something that's not translatable to pictures

It's very similar to the situation with Schneider - the details, the quality of craftsmanship and, most importantly, the fabrics are incredible when you have the clothes in your hands/on your body, but are very difficult or impossible to translate via photography.
post #35921 of 45487
I have the heavy linen dna j pants and i love the texture on those. Other similar pants from the SZ labels would have easily cost twice.
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Pedestals are stupid overpriced ffffuuuu.gif
post #35923 of 45487
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Originally Posted by Noctone View Post

e: ^^^ those pants are kind of the epitome of what i mean. pictures don't do justice to just how goddamn luxurious the fabric is.
It's very similar to the situation with Schneider - the details, the quality of craftsmanship and, most importantly, the fabrics are incredible when you have the clothes in your hands/on your body, but are very difficult or impossible to translate via photography.

Most places are just too lazy to photograph well....compare the shots from suspension point to the garbage shots on gravity pope for example.

RP's- 3 Dries short sleeve shirts for summer and this...baller ice cream.

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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

Those still look like crap. Honestly every picture I've seen of ZB items looks bad but they get nothing but stellar reviews. Must be something that's not translatable to pictures

yea i wish they'd try a good photographer, i have the black dna jeans and they are great, pics from layers london sold me on them
post #35925 of 45487
Perhaps Zam might consider getting one ir two of the members here or in SZ to model the garments. There are some with amazing fit pics. This would be way better imo.
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