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Did I get the cuffs too big (5.5), or can most of you dudes put a fist through the cuff as well?

Fit is 99% perfect, but this might be an easy alteration...

got 5.5'' cuffs on my qmdr, hope they dont come out like this as i got ridiculous thin wrists(~6.5'')
post #27017 of 44241
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Originally Posted by omgcookielol View Post

I'm a student, and I bought all of the TOJs I have now at 20. No magic, just budgets and work.

Samesies. A lot of guys want a ToJ to attract girls. Easiest way to budget for one is to avoid girls altogether for a couple months.
post #27018 of 44241

I bought my first two ToJs from money made by buying and flipping clothes online, took a few months but doesn't take much time and pretty easy. 

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Hey Drew how do you like that toffee tan? I'm interested in it as my first TOJ lamb, I love my calf leathers but I was thinking maybe toffee tab Quited band collar double rider or maybe just band collar double rider.
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Originally Posted by Leather View Post

I bought my first two ToJs from money made by buying and flipping clothes online, took a few months but doesn't take much time and pretty easy. 

so you made over 800 dollars selling clothes online?! thats incredible
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I want another one already. Probably sized up with length (to keep on ice).

How am I supposed to go back to my uniqlo now?
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24, grad student, I get a decent stipend, and I don't eat out much, but cook for myself. I also live in a "rougher" part of a college town, so rent is cheap. I save a decent amount of my pay check, and still have a nice chunk of money to spend on fashion. I got a CWU last fall, got a fishtail this winter. I will say, I didn't have to pay for school, my parents were gracious enough to do that for me. So I can't say that I've had to make payments like that.

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I BOUGHT MY TOJ WIT MONEY
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Jeezum crow, you kids...I'm 30 with a full-time job, no kids, no debt, and relatively low living expenses. I'm supporting my S.O. financially right now, but that's not overly burdensome.

It probably helps that while I spend a decent amount on clothing, my interests don't really extend beyond mid-level streetwear (W+H and the like). Getting into the serious designer-y stuff probably puts a bigger hurt on the wallet.
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i made all my toj money in public bathrooms
post #27026 of 44241

I'm 19.

Have a 4 zip, bball, toj1, mdr, peacoat and cm

 

Parents pay for tuition and I intern at a BB (got through parents' connections) so pay is pretty good for my age. Parents also give me their credit cards so yea 

post #27027 of 44241
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Originally Posted by AceBoogie View Post

I'm 19.

Have a 4 zip, bball, toj1, mdr, peacoat and cm

 

Parents pay for tuition and I intern at a BB (got through parents' connections) so pay is pretty good for my age. Parents also give me their credit cards so yea 

 

I like your honesty.

post #27028 of 44241
someone do a 4 zip moto in that burgundy horse drew just showed. I looked down at my jeans today and thought it would be a perfect color
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I'm 22 and have a TOJ. I work.

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Originally Posted by gong View Post

I'm 22 and have a TOJ. I work.

What is this "work"? Is that like when I clean my room for my $200/wk allowance?
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