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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

I can see that being kind of cool, actually. Very grungy and flat - the suede won't hold collar shape like the standard lamb. It looks cool in my head in olive green or diesel blue

I was just thinking of it as something like the T1/T3 just a little more minimal reason is I have no jacket that has a collar like that and denim jackets just seem widen me.
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Yay another shot at the Harrington

Drew can we go with a non plaid lining? The normal acetate would be way better (isnt it like cray cheap anyway)

Looking forward to the anniversary model.
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Leaning towards QBCDR in black lamb or
TOJ0 in navy/sand or
MA1

 

QBCDR, bruhhhhhh. but i ordered a navy/sand, so i wouldn't argue against that either.

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Thread Starter 
QCBDR in pretty much any color is going to be fantastic. Just a matter of what else you want to wear with it. Try the blue lamb. It'd look like willy's jacket except leather instead of suede.
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I think that medium grey would probably be the most versatile but I think black with silver zips would be really good too.
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Originally Posted by B0Bs4g3t View Post

QBCDR, bruhhhhhh. but i ordered a navy/sand, so i wouldn't argue against that either.

May I ask how you plan on styling yours? I wanted one but I decided against it, because I wear navy bottoms everyday and they just wouldn't look good paired together, and most of my wardrobe is earth tones and such anyways. now I'm thinking of buying a MDR in gray. or a toj0 in black/black and buying more black to go with it. Dont have enough for a toj yet but I'm trying to decide what I really want once I do have the money. probably the lightweight baseball if it comes out and is fairly cheap. I'm so indecisive ahhhh
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Any TOJ would look good with denim/tee/sneaks
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Originally Posted by afixedpoint View Post

Any TOJ would look good with denim/tee/sneaks

I know, that's pretty much exclusively what I wear, I just don't want to do navy top + navy bottoms. plus I'm skeptical on black top with navy trousers but I think it might work
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Thread Starter 
black leather goes with everything.
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unless you own brown leather pants
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

black leather goes with everything.


hmm. I can see that. Thanks!
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I really want to try that sand lamb Drew has been telling people for a while but I don't think it will be as easy wearing black lamb.. shog[1].gif
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Thread Starter 
The sand lamb would be relatively easy. I have no idae why people ordered beige when sand was available, tbh. I kept saying the sand was nice... redface.gif The sand is not all that bright, it's a tan color. Pretty easy to match to any denim color, especially anything faded. I would wear with my white tees and faded jeans, some sort of simple white sneaker probably. Could Synthese it with some beige boots or something.
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Thread Starter 
My own personal wishlist (which I might get around to getting eventually, since production is now opening up)

- black lamb 4-zip MDR with silver zips
- maybe a diesel blue or Sherwood heavy calf suede channel-quilted BCDR (like willy's)
- Sand lamb channel-quilt BCDR
- 2010 DR in black lamb with gold hardware and zips
- 4-zip moto in one of the horsehides
- Synthese's dark taupe lamb suede T-1
- another black lamb CWU-45, with collar
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Why not moto in that oxblood? That sounds pretty cool. 2010 gold hardware actually sound like it could be really cool.
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