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I can't even help myself anymore...

 

Silent

 

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Cloak

 

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Warby Parker

 

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Jil






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Jil (cont'd)





post #36754 of 45008

balmain pants are cool

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I don't know dv but your buys always look like they're from the designer department of saks.
post #36756 of 45008
jet this: http://www.highsnobiety.com/2013/03/26/converse-jack-purcell-ltt-ox-white/

almost bought them but had too many shoes
post #36757 of 45008
those are pretty cool but too much for pool shoes i'm going to use them as (also thanks for the recs shore)

my white topman espys got discolored from the chlorine this past weekend, same thing happened to my true white authentics last year so the lesson it not to wear white canvas around a pool

the espys also seemingly shrank a size after they dried in the sun lol, left them in the hotel room when i checked out...i really hate having to throw stuff out after a single use

i have some black ones but my foot keeps slipping out of the left one for some reason even though they're fitted how they're supposed to, they also disintegrate if you step into a puddle

thinking of going back to the vans sans laces (hate slipons) with a floral print (so they won't discolor) but want to keep it around 50 bux
post #36758 of 45008
How do you like the Jil hexagon shirt? I've been on the fence for a while, but I've never regretted buying anything from Jil Sander.
post #36759 of 45008
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I don't know dv but your buys always look like they're from the designer department of saks.

As opposed to whatever aesthetic/brands are currently being pushed by South Willard? Originality is not an SF strong suit.
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How do you like the Jil hexagon shirt? I've been on the fence for a while, but I've never regretted buying anything from Jil Sander.

It's nice- really great seaming and a hidden button down collar. The fabric has no stretch, and, typical of seasonal Jil, is pretty narrow in the chest/ shoulders.
post #36760 of 45008
ah fuck it noob you killed it
Edited by jet - 7/9/13 at 11:30pm
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There is a massive difference between independent stores like sw and suspension point vs department stores. My aesthetic is far removed from that of south willard's recent (as of the past 3 years) direction but I have picked up a piece here and there since. I've bought more pieces from SP because quite honestly the care in Joseph's buys are above and beyond virtually every other shop. He's concerned with the whole and not just caught up in the details. .

eh.gif "Quite honestly?"

Please, for the sake of our sanity, maintain the jet persona.
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eh.gif "Quite honestly?"

Please, for the sake of our sanity, maintain the jet persona.

why on earth you would want to bait him out of the quoted type of post is beyond me
post #36763 of 45008

Diglet if the Silent and/or Cloak don't work out and you're a 32/48 hmu

post #36764 of 45008
I dig those balmain pants.
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I don't know dv but your buys always look like they're from the designer department of saks.
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ah fuck it noob you killed it

lol
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