massive cuffs. also the floral print its very weak looks like snow.
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Some unknown force of fate really wants me to collect Yohji's clothes because I thrifted another Yohji piece from a different thrift shop. This is a fantastic vintage shirt with impeccable stitching, interesting construction details, and large flawless MOP buttons. There is no size on this shirt and I could not see anywhere where a tag has been taken off so I am guessing this is a one-size shirt. It has a dropped shoulder seam and the arms are a tad long (1/2 inch) to what I would normally have on my shirts.
There is no product code so does anyone have a clue when this shirt is from and if it fits me? (oh and I found some pants that my mom bought me 8 years ago for a concert and my old highschool Docs. Strange how discovering Yohji has made me take a second look at all of the stuff my mom bought me that I though fit terribly.)
There is no product code so does anyone have a clue when this shirt is from and if it fits me?
Isn't the product code normally on the flip side of that tag? It looks like a wrinkly kinda cotton fabric....
No problem with the fit from your pictures. If you think it fits then it fits anyway.
You are right about the label character type, Yohji bible as always
Actually Haruki if the rider was bought for $40 and you aint 100% happy with the size 4 fit ( sleeve issue... ) You can always sell it here or on eBay for 10 times that easily as long as you don't say how much you acquired it for...
Edited by davidlee388 - 11/7/12 at 3:47am
pretty good, i feel like a medium would probs be too small on my goliath shoulders. I recently got a shirt in XL and i can wear it with an undershirt or it get tight
Edited by Benesyed - 11/7/12 at 8:52am
Those look like trousers to me, haha. Good luck getting them on your shoulders
Edit: while we're on that topic, a few more nice Yohji pieces on eBay: