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post #4126 of 52803
cap toe low campari. best purchase in awhile.
post #4127 of 52803
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
how long ago did you purchase it? I bought a knit from there more than 2 weeks ago, there's been no shipping email and no reply to my 3 emails or pm asking when it's gonna be sent out.
Yeah I thought I saw that people got their stuff in like 3 days.I ordered on the 8th, got it on the 19th.
post #4128 of 52803
Sorry for the massive photos, Im using some weird computer and camera so I don't know how to adjust them.
Dolce & Gabanna "super audacious" chambrey jeans


Alexander Mcqueen polo, first time i bought a polo in over a year. I think its a bit of an improvement over the RL ones I used to wear.



Stone island sweatshirt. You can't see, but it has the weird seems like the dior ripped sweaters



Massive stupidly heavy wool hoodie for when I cant be fucked to layer in the winter. It was horrible wearing that in a green house in the summer in NY




Also have tonnes of margiela jackets, which ill be posting in my sales thread in B&S tomorrow.
post #4129 of 52803
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Originally Posted by bows1 View Post
I would write it off too, but hopefully you'll be happily surprised like me and get it shipped at some random point in the future. What did you order?
lol Scott's gonna kill me but i ordered this:
http://www.dressspace.com/data/prod/...89-0099-BF.jpg

maybe i'm just not meant to have it haha.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
http://i29.tinypic.com/2yoe51d.jpg
C&J for RL - Marlow in dark brown cordovan
dayum.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
Shoulders look a hair big; very open quarters; strangely low buttoning point - is this a one button jacket? Color is pretty nice. Lapels and notch look nice. I don't see a chest pocket...

i like the low buttoning point, it doesn't look that low. Yeah shoulders look a little big, more pics needed, doesn't look that bad in this one.
post #4130 of 52803
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post
Dolce & Gabanna "super audacious" chambrey jeans http://i724.photobucket.com/albums/w...R/IMG_3883.jpg
Jeans look fine. Congrats. What do the backpockets look like ? Do they have the fugly D&G metal plate ?
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
lol Scott's gonna kill me but i ordered this: http://www.dressspace.com/data/prod/...89-0099-BF.jpg
The sweater is nice. Scott's criticism isn't valid anymore since the day he paid 1k for a pair of Abercrombie x Levis jeans. No hate. Just saying. You won't unavoidably look ninjarized in that sweater if the rest of your outfit still looks hendrix-like. Not even if you make use of the elongated arms and pull them over your hands like the pictured mannequin. Even my grandma does is when she's cold. Nah'mean ?
post #4131 of 52803
Pockets have what looks like a more pointy levis logo, no ugly d&g branding at all.
post #4132 of 52803
Won some MGMT tickets via local radio station texting lol
post #4133 of 52803
Sucks you can't sell them
post #4134 of 52803
nn- i think that cloak suit looks too my size. prob should sell it this way
post #4135 of 52803
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Originally Posted by KitAkira View Post
Sucks you can't sell them

I'm actually a fan so I'm pretty happy with it, the tickets are $80 normally it's some benefit thing
post #4136 of 52803
fuji, pretty nice but wtf clown shoes.
post #4137 of 52803
Have you seen them live before?
post #4138 of 52803
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Originally Posted by Wu Dynasty View Post
fuji, pretty nice but wtf clown shoes.

Size 11 and very narrow feet with skinny jeans makes them look fairly big.
post #4139 of 52803
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Have you seen them live before?

Nope I haven't seen em yet
post #4140 of 52803
Your hair is so cool fuji.
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