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post #61 of 75
NdG officer shirts and Wings+Horns thermals.

And kind of random, but those Geller t-shirts inspired by The Cure.
post #62 of 75
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Originally Posted by shahanshah View Post
does it say made in lithuania on SNS
Says Made in Denmark on the tag on my Stark. Bought it this year from CHCM. edit: Decent chance I'll end up getting multiple colors of them. And I bought a bunch of cheap, plastic, tortoiseshell-pattern aviators on ebay a while back. Good purchasing decision, since I love them and tend to give away/break/lose them on a semi-regular basis.
post #63 of 75
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3 murcielagos. can't stop won't stop.

Pics or it didnt happen
post #64 of 75
cp achilles
post #65 of 75
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Originally Posted by PaulYAY View Post
I've do this a lot with exact duplicates (at least 10 over the past 2 years) and nearly always regret it.

^^ this. I prefer variety over having multiples. Although wearing the same clothes all the time does make it easier for people to recognize you.
post #66 of 75




spurr shirt in S, fit is divine
post #67 of 75
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Originally Posted by tahonng View Post
Not quite on the level as some, but:
Clarks Wallies from Ireland (I've only got 2, but I'm always on the lookout)
Vans (maybe not the same style but close, I've got the slip ons, 2 authentics, and Supreme chukka in blue)
SA shirts (the flannel ones are so fucking good, aren't they?)
J Crew shirts
and, for whatever reason: CK boxer briefs (mostly black)

where do u get pnb wallies from? I want some. also weavers.
post #68 of 75
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^
what do you like about them? what's the fit like? i'm trying to find the right tees and have gotten a couple different aa's.
The aa viscose tee's are awesome. They fit long and really slim, but the best part is the material. It is almost sheer and super soft. Works perfect for something inexpensive to put under ro t shirts because of how fitted they are in the chest.
The fit of them is pretty different from the regular aa t shirts. I hate those.
post #69 of 75
I will buy any W+H riri zip flannel or shirt that I do not already have pretty much.
post #70 of 75
I do this with everything... denim, shirts, shoes. Sometimes to replace worn out stuff, other times right in the beginning if I really like something and anticipate wearing it a lot. I just bought two of the same Gant rugger shirt because the fit was damn near perfect. It does suck when you end up with two of the same jacket in your closet and you don't wear either one. This thread makes me feel better about my impulsive repeat purchases. Thanks guys.
post #71 of 75
I did this with my clarks desert boots.
post #72 of 75
I rarely get the chance to try out brands in person - shopping in rural Canada is tough, man - so when I find something that works I tend to stick with it rather than take a chance on something new. Wings & Horns henleys and crewnecks, Clarks DBs, Brooks Brothers non-iron slim fit, Levi's 514 trousers. Love 'em.
post #73 of 75
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where do u get pnb wallies from? I want some. also weavers.

What's up westside! How're things?!

My wallies are old. They're from sufu 2nd hand. Some members sell theirs in varying conditions. Sometimes on here, as well. Haven't run across any Weaver P&Bs at all.
post #74 of 75
word. there was a thread a long time ago on sufu about pnbs and someone mentioned having pnb weavers. also i read about and found a brand in japan that makes "repros" called "weaver moccasin" but they cost mad money.
post #75 of 75
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Originally Posted by Tanner View Post
The aa viscose tee's are awesome. They fit long and really slim, but the best part is the material. It is almost sheer and super soft. Works perfect for something inexpensive to put under ro t shirts because of how fitted they are in the chest.
The fit of them is pretty different from the regular aa t shirts. I hate those.

thanks dude. Sounds like i'll have to give them a try. The aa thermals and fitted baby rib shirts both have a great fit imo but some of the others are a bit big
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