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Left Field NYC Clothing Thread

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Hey Guys thought I would start a Left Field Clothing Thread. The only other thread I saw was only for the Left Field jeans. I got my hands on a copy of the Fall 2010 Lookbook that me and my friend Brooke shot. www.banditphotographer.com Here are some photos:
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This looks like the SF x Epaulet flannel.

Those maroon pants would be great for adding some flavor to an outfit heavy in black, white or gray.
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I find that lookbook to be hilarious, somehow.
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I love me some Left Field.
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Originally Posted by APK View Post
This looks like the SF x Epaulet flannel.


Was my first thought as well.
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That is a pretty common check, and it isn't like epaulet designed the fabric for their own shirt anyways.
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Eltopo's modeling for Left Field?
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Originally Posted by Biscotti View Post
That is a pretty common check, and it isn't like epaulet designed the fabric for their own shirt anyways.

Didn't mean it as a negative, just that they were similar.

Hey, the pockets are different.
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Those sweatpants look nice.


Did I just say I liked sweatpants?
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Gotta be photoshopped right? Otherwise that is one tame/trained/stuffed fox...


Love the duffle too...
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awesome. really like the setting they used for the lookbook too... and the rat.
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Stuff looks good.. a couple notes: Photo below looks pretty unbelievable. The environment is in such stark contrast to the deep impeccable hues of the clothing. A few fits look too slim to be believable. With the right lensing and 'shop effects this could look like a horror film lol.
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damn eltopo that guy looks a lot like you!
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This week we received our first denim from Left Field and I am very impressed with the quality of construction and the fit. The white oak fabric is soft, comfortable, and easy to wear. Cost is $165. Here are some details:

Established in 1998, Left Field focuses on details of the fabrics and craftsmanship. Designed by Christian McCann and based in New York City, Left Field is 100% made in USA and draws inspiration from early America.
* This denim is made from White Oak Cone denim from North Carolina. The denim combines a modern cut with vintage details.
* Slim in the legs with a medium rise and made with a one wash fabric ready to wear (shrinking on these will be minimal)
* Calf leather patch
* Hidden back pocket rivets
* Left Field custom engraved Scovill copper rivets and hardware
* White selvedge lines
* Chainstitched hems
* Doughnut buttons
* pocket bags use bandanas that are also made in USA
* 100% cotton
* Made in USA


Click here for more information: http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999977
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This looks like the SF x Epaulet flannel. Those maroon pants would be great for adding some flavor to an outfit heavy in black, white or gray.
My first thought was that it looked like the elc100days flannel! haha. From what i've seen, I dig left field. Particularly the jeans.
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