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Originally Posted by 2balls View Post

I'm in the 18 week club as well

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Drew/goat jacket owners, how do you dudes think black goatskin would look on a murked out 2010DR? This is pretty much my last 'planned' leather purchase (a black t1 sounds better and better every day...) before getting into the coats/shirts/pants.

Kinda worried the pebble grain would overwhelm the sleek black hardware. Goat probably looks best with the new silver zips, huh?
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Originally Posted by captainfunk View Post


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guess i'm not the only special one nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post


I had been interested in making like, a solid white minimalist dress shirt at the same level as this oxford, though. Hidden placket and fine detailing.


Would definitely be interested in one of these. Literally my dream shirt.

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I got it in teal after much deliberation, you can a see a picture of drew wearing it in the gallery.

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The new oxford looks sick Drew. All those details sound impressive too - but could you educate us unenlightened ones on what these features actually result in? I wanna be able to explain to my other image-oriented friends why my oxford is better than theirs.

 

For instance a bias-cut, bookmatched yoke sounds cool but it leaves me thinking ???

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Originally Posted by okonomi View Post

The new oxford looks sick Drew. All those details sound impressive too - but could you educate us unenlightened ones on what these features actually result in? I wanna be able to explain to my other image-oriented friends why my oxford is better than theirs.

For instance a bias-cut, bookmatched yoke sounds cool but it leaves me thinking ???

Your friends probably wouldn't care.
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

I also still want to make my jeans.
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Is footwear still part of the long-term plan?
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Originally Posted by gong View Post

Your friends probably wouldn't care.

Why would you pay a premium for something you don't understand, appreciate or need?
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Why would you want "to explain why my oxford is better than theirs?" Enjoy the shirt and quit the dick measuring over shit other people don't care to hear.
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What jacket would best complete the all-toj outfit?

If you were wearing the toj pants, and this new toj oxford, what jacket would you reach for?
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chesterfield, duh

alternatively, black pants, blue oxford, and grey 5zip-moto would be dope

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Dream hypothetical grandpa outfit would be

-Sand suede Harrington
-John Coppidge ocbd
-grey TOJ trousers
-white velcro orthotics/reeboks/whatevs

Regular dude outfit (i.e. unassuming Haruki Murakami protagonist)

-A2
-grey crewneck sweat
-ocbd
-faded yeenz
-beat up white trainers
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NEW YORK DUDES WHO OWN DOUBLE RIDERS:

I'm finally going to pull the trigger on a double rider, after wanting one forever. I haven't seen or felt one in person though, and I am also figuring out the best size and style for me to get. Are there any dudes in New York that would let me check their jacket out? I know everyone says the jackets are the best for the money, I'd just like to see it up close before dropping the cash. I think I'll be a size 46-48, so if anyone has them in that size and would just let me throw it on for a sec, that'd be great too.

If anyone wants to help me out, just PM me. Thanks.
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why not just get it mtm?

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