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post #106 of 226
I really wanted a pair of mustard/curry colored jeans for a while... I contemplated bleaching the fuck out of a pair of 936 wrangler slims and letthing them soak in a bucket of mustard diluted in warm water.
post #107 of 226
the whole experimenting with your denim thing is interesting. has anyone tried soaking it in coffee? or bleaching then soaking it in tea or coffee? gnna try this with my apc black overdyeds..
post #108 of 226
Maybe it is worthy to enjoy this useful things. Come On!
post #109 of 226
Tried a similar fit awhile back in waywt thread... I'm probably better off posting here.
had the 511s hemmed.



post #110 of 226
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Originally Posted by mellowfellow View Post
I bought this blazer from Uniqlo yesterday. I like the cut, "fits small and short like bOo". The only thing i don't like about it is the wrinkles style. I am going to take it to the dry cleaner and try to have it iron out. Yes or No?





Leave the wrinkles if you didn't get them taken out already. What'd I recommend instead is to leave it unbuttoned. An unlined, wrinkled jacket like that evokes a feeling of stylish urban laziness, and to button it up would be ambivalent to the jacket's message. Don't try to make it fancy, because it's not supposed to be.
post #111 of 226
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Originally Posted by CrazyJew View Post
Leave the wrinkles if you didn't get them taken out already. What'd I recommend instead is to leave it unbuttoned. An unlined, wrinkled jacket like that evokes a feeling of stylish urban laziness, and to button it up would be ambivalent to the jacket's message. Don't try to make it fancy, because it's not supposed to be.

what if you're going for ironic steez??
post #112 of 226
First attempt in a while.
post #113 of 226
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post
First attempt in a while.
I like it. I'd try a different color stripe in the shirt (something a little more bold or darker, eg. a navy blue) cause it appears to blend a little with the sport coat which may or may not be the effect that you're going for. However, I'm going to give you the benefit of doubt and assume it's just the picture quality.
post #114 of 226
Thread Starter 
seems to be a lot of sportcoat questions in here. MF, I kind of like the sc with the wrinkles. Jama, might like that better with a button-down. T plus blazer is difficult to do right. Fuuma and Sq4you have pulled it off, you might want to see how they do it. Your blazer fits a bit long in the arms btw, might be too broad in the shoulder but can't tell from the pic.
post #115 of 226
this is a hypothetical fit... sort of a cross post between here & should I buy thread



http://i.americanapparel.net/storefr...0g_Asphalt.jpg
the pants

these moccs

would arrow moccs work with slimmish slacks like those above or the JtG trousers?
post #116 of 226
Don't get ring mocs, how many times do we have to tell you this.
post #117 of 226
have you told me this ? why? Is it not something you care for, a quality issue, why?
post #118 of 226
post #119 of 226
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
Don't get ring mocs, how many times do we have to tell you this.

+many, those are wretched.
post #120 of 226
wgbennet- Nice. Fit looks a little off in the thigs of the pants (bulge). If you have something suitable lighter footwear would go great with that outfit. (i.e suede chukkas, bucks, saddle shoes)
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