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Azrouel peruvian sweater jacket IRL

post #782 of 1045
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you look like you're wearing a hightop on one foot and a lowtop on the other
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yea I dont know how the jeans fell like that. No big deal
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that thing is aweosme. you should get some slimmer jeans gdl
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that thing is aweosme. you should get some slimmer jeans gdl

I'm 37 and about 200 lbs. I'm not going any slimmer than these N&F WG or my APC NS.

But yes, that knit is fantastic. Clearly my favorite - not everyone's cuppa tea of course.
post #786 of 1045
Cloak, was all the rage back in the day. Jil Sander, has this block thing goin on that's hard to see in pictures.
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Azrouel peruvian sweater jacket IRL


Nice sweater.
post #788 of 1045
PE is online, i dunno if i will pay 300 for a cotton pocket sweater..
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I'm 37 and about 200 lbs. I'm not going any slimmer than these N&F WG or my APC NS.
The stacking does look a little unusual around the calves. If it doesn't contravene "not going any slimmer" (if you meant the upper half) maybe consider a really subtle taper or shortening them by <1 inch?
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get this thread back to the top... little cross post from recent purchase 45 RPM
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How prone to easy damage are knits such as the Geller scarred cardigan or sweater? Does more care need to be exercised with them because of the distressed areas. Seems like those areas would be easier to snag on something and then it'd be game over.
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I hope this wasn't the one posted in B&S...
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That 45rpm looks like yigal azrouel or some shit.
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How prone to easy damage are knits such as the Geller scarred cardigan or sweater? Does more care need to be exercised with them because of the distressed areas. Seems like those areas would be easier to snag on something and then it'd be game over.

Funny you mention this because my knits are always getting snagged on random shit.
My dbss "destroyed" knit has an open weave (?) so it'll catch on basically anything it brushes. It's been caught on exposed brick, rose thorns, unfiled nails, the list goes on. Surprisingly though, the distressed areas don't worry me as much as I thought it would.
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