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post #91 of 109
Worst: Band of Outsiders.
post #92 of 109
Best: piece I end up wearing all the time
Worst: Pieces I hardly wear or get rid off.

Can it be anything else?
post #93 of 109
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Originally Posted by macuser3of5 View Post
MJ makes damn durable shit. Don't really know why it gets passed over around here.
I think because there is no design behind it, it's just nice stuff
post #94 of 109
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Best: piece I end up wearing all the time
Worst: Pieces I hardly wear or get rid off.

Can it be anything else?
Exactly what I thought too
post #95 of 109
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Best: piece I end up wearing all the time
Worst: Pieces I hardly wear or get rid off.

Can it be anything else?

but if you love something and it has durability issues than you'd feel still feel less favorable towards the item.
post #96 of 109
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post
I think because there is no design behind it, it's just nice stuff
We should delete 90% of the threads here then. And what Fumma said.
post #97 of 109
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Originally Posted by habitant View Post
Pfft.. I compared them side by side with W+H last week, I would say there's hardly any difference in quality.

and the w+h is about 175$ less.

Look closer.
post #98 of 109
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
but if you love something and it has durability issues than you'd feel still feel less favorable towards the item.

Sure. I don't have many items with durability issue (well a gauzy knit is bound to be more fragile than a pair of raw jeans but thats a given). I think the last item I bought which turned out to be shitty was by Lanvin so things can be surprising. My old Lanvin stuff though is super durable.
post #99 of 109
RE: Macuser Yah deffinitly could, its pretty derivative though (sup CP x Marc by Marc Jacobs in collaboration with Marc Jacobs) Alot of stuff here is just 'nice clothes' not really a design behind it, so +1
post #100 of 109
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Sure. I don't have many items with durability issue (well a gauzy knit is bound to be more fragile than a pair of raw jeans but thats a given). I think the last item I bought which turned out to be shitty was by Lanvin so things can be surprising. My old Lanvin stuff though is super durable.
don't you own rick dunks? I've always noticed people have a love/hate relationship with them. Its part of the reason why I've hesitated for so long on a pair.
post #101 of 109
What does this even mean? Triple needle stitching (who cares) and made in Japan with Japanese fabrics. For $175 less. Shut up. For all you know they could be made in the same factory.

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Look closer.
post #102 of 109
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Originally Posted by aaaeeeiiiooouuu View Post
no brand cuts shirts like BOO does (ie, super-slim/cropped) in a simple aesthetic w/ relatively good fabric

find me one and i will concede that BOO is overpriced

Charvet...but their shirts aren't exactly cheap, either. For super-slim *and* super cheap, you can always try grabbing something in a kid's size, a la Tom Haverford from Parks & Recreation.
post #103 of 109
kids are fat and kids shirts aren't usually cut that slim.
post #104 of 109
Yeah, I'm not entirely sold on the idea, but I've got short arms, and a few PRL kid shirts that fit me better than all of Ralph Lauren's custom/slim fits and Gitman Vintage. The shirt tails also don't scrape the floor, which is a major plus. They fulfill my bang/buck factor.

Not all kids are fat!
post #105 of 109
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post
What is people's take on Zara I really like their designs, but the quality is shit. I wonder who they shark
I bought 2 pairs of dress pants and they have held up fine. Some of there items aren't bad, quality is OK for a mall brand.
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