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i like the buttons a lot... if it was black would be gone tongue.gif

 

i bought from japan almost the same suit for 2,900 yens... i know.... but still waiting to sort out the shipping as they don't usually ship internationally. 

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Yohji-Yamamoto-George-Cox-ENGLAND-Two-Tone-Shoes-Blk-White-US-6-/120918549007?pt=US_Men_s_Shoes&hash=item1c274ea20f#ht_7889wt_1182

 

anyone with small feet? $40...

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Now that's a good offer!

 

I actually found some time ago a great pair of boots from the very beginning of the 20th century in great condition. They work with YY wardrobe sublimely.

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Originally Posted by Ivwri View Post

I now realise that somewhere in my mind I just don't believe how easy it is to get shoes that work with Yohji's aesthetic. I have gotten used to hunting for the right pieces and so to have footwear that one does not need to roam around auction houses or stalk online boutiques for is a bit odd, lol..

You know,

...I think that just because the RWs and chucks etc do work very well with Yohji's stuff doesn't mean that others couldn't be better. In the case of runway shows, I actually think that they were the most convenient styles that were accessible and could work - remember these shows were in a time when you might only have been able to get those shitty thin sole extended toe almost clown-shoe looking things, or square toe abominations in reasonable and reliable quantities. Also, there are probably more silhouettes that would work than those shown - although I do think the footwear choices were very appropriate.

I guess what I'm saying is that you can still roam the auction houses and stalk the online boutiques for something that is perfect!
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I've just put a Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme men's shirt up on Ebay, if anyone is interested. It's size 4. Oh and those white circles are light spots or something, not stains. I'm going to replace the photos with better ones today. 

 

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Here comes the summersmile.gif

 

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The crotch area looks a little weird. Kind of a mangina sort of thing...
 

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The crotch area looks a little weird. Kind of a mangina sort of thing...
 

aha,not notice. disadvantage of tight pantsicon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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what trousers are those? doesn't really fit the title of the thread eh.gif

 

i'll probably get told off for this but, i'm selling two of my y's jacket on ebay:

 

 

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if anyone wants them, i'll be happy to make good deal and send them to a good home.

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^^^ If I remember correctly, there was someone (maybe him?) posting earlier that they got some Yohji suspenders.

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yeah i posts that yyph braces from ss 03 

trousers is undercover

 

review that look and find it tends to be more undercover lookaround.gif

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yeah i posts that yyph braces from ss 03 

trousers is undercover

 

review that look and find it tends to be more undercover lookaround.gif

i like the braces, was thinking to buy pair for myself but decided not to. in my opinion those braces with that pattern need to be worn by someone with tough expression, not so childish. older person maybe with beard or tattoos or long hair (not all together ofc) something that will make the braces more ironic. also i don't think they actually holding your jeans/trousers.

 

regards the outfit, i would say it's more jil sander than undercover. maybe if you put looser pants that are actually hold by the braces and throw hat, will look better imo.

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Originally Posted by dantebykiko View Post

i like the braces, was thinking to buy pair for myself but decided not to. in my opinion those braces with that pattern need to be worn by someone with tough expression, not so childish. older person maybe with beard or tattoos or long hair (not all together ofc) something that will make the braces more ironic. also i don't think they actually holding your jeans/trousers.

 

regards the outfit, i would say it's more jil sander than undercover. maybe if you put looser pants that are actually hold by the braces and throw hat, will look better imo.

 

nice advice,bro. cheers :) 
 
Too young to suit well with yohji's stuff, but always worth to try 
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I think you should replace or remove that horrible watch and those braces, although they're pretty nice, if you don't look closely enough they could also be Mickey Mouse or something.
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Anyway to pull these off without looking like a sous chef or escaped convict?

 

http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/jimu/item/032947-q/

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