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post #3706 of 5726

now that was fast! ss01 suit:

 

 

 

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post #3707 of 5726
that looks great TW icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif you should do yyph full time, hehe. seriously though, that blazer looks great, very nice balance.
post #3708 of 5726
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Originally Posted by asobu View Post

that looks great TW icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif you should do yyph full time, hehe. seriously though, that blazer looks great, very nice balance.

Thanks asobu. Means a lot coming from you!

I was actually a bit worried that it would be too aggressive for my first yohji jacket (2-3" inches bigger everywhere than I'm used to), but when I put it on it feels so right...
post #3709 of 5726
Proper FP

I like the shoes but I think I will take them to a cobbler to have them dyed black. Although the blue feels cheeky, what do you guys think. Very old but very comfortable pair of ballys. Back when they were pretty good.

I have some white oversized shirts coming in from a while back, hopefully they will work well with this suit. smile.gif





One button for kiko wink.gif
Did not like the pant roll on these, material did not play well with it. wants to fold more than roll. smile.gif

Edited by Benesyed - 12/11/12 at 1:50pm
post #3710 of 5726

maybe just roll the pants and leave one button undone on the jacket. its like rule i think =))

 

ps: whats the product code? looks like aw05... hm


Edited by dantebykiko - 12/11/12 at 2:06pm
post #3711 of 5726
This is crazy I know, but what about this shirt to wear with a YY ensemble? It's a women's shirt, but seems like it would work if you got the size right. Stupid idea?

http://www.billyreid.com/product/dolman-henley-white.html
post #3712 of 5726

Looks cool, don't like the high sides though. For that price you could definitely get a real yyph shirt, or two.

post #3713 of 5726
The sides would def be an issue.

Something I have noticed, I definitely find myself attracted to other brands for certain items. The blazers/ knits/pants i want are all pretty much Y with some exceptions (some cool EA stuff at the right price and the Y-3 collection recently). When it comes to shirts, I like Y, but I also like a lot of other designers equally. Especially for floral or prints (recently really liked duchamp's tonal floral patterned shirts).

That being said, still trying to figure out what my philosophy and approach to Y and clothing is. smile.gif
post #3714 of 5726

putting aside that this its women shirt i think the side cuts are awesome, but for me its a bit over-designed for mens wardrobe. i bought few y's stuff in the begging without knowing that they are for women. wore them 2-3 times max, now my gf have pants/shorts and iwvri got the rest of it for his wife.

post #3715 of 5726
In what sense do you feel it is over designed? Just curious smile.gif
post #3716 of 5726
X-posted, the fabric on the jacket is just drool.gif
The cashier at grocery store said he looked it a lot too lol


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schneider fw11 alpaca
yyph fw05 wool with cupro lining
inaisce fw12 wool & cotton jersey
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the trousers are insane. soft, slightly crinkled, double faced Wool and Cotton jersey constructed in a pleated manner, falling centrally and creating the leg of the piece itself with a slightly curved leg, an exaggeratively large upper thigh and a hem where the double layered effect is present. drawppedcrawtch of course. Two in-seam front pockets. The waistband closure is via a lengthy leather belt at the side, syncing the belt to the wearers perfect size. Hems remain unfinished.
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I sold them to a guy on SZ who was desperately looking to complete his collection (he has the current season hat, scarf & shirt in the double faced wool fabric so naturally the pants were needed to finish it)
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post #3717 of 5726

The textures are fantastic, Shah!

post #3718 of 5726

I've just come across this outfit, and it's become my next grail. My partner absolutely loves it too (I think it's her background in clothing history). If anyone sees either the trousers or the jacket in a size 4 and isn't interested in it themselves, I'd love to know. I remember seeing the trousers a while ago, but from memory they were too small for me. I'd also be interested in any more info about both garments (fabric etc.).

 

 

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post #3719 of 5726

The jacket looks to be in the same fabric as a jacket I own in a 84% ramie 16% rayon fabric. I think another poster here owns those pants, actually. 

post #3720 of 5726
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Originally Posted by Arche View Post

I've just come across this outfit, and it's become my next grail. My partner absolutely loves it too (I think it's her background in clothing history). If anyone sees either the trousers or the jacket in a size 4 and isn't interested in it themselves, I'd love to know. I remember seeing the trousers a while ago, but from memory they were too small for me. I'd also be interested in any more info about both garments (fabric etc.).

 

 

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Hey Arche, I posted a fit here on 11/11/12 ( you can check it yourself ), Look 45 Faux Vest Frock + Look 43 Suspender Pants ( same as the pic ). Absolutely tremendous pieces. I feel you can't wear the jacket w/o the ronin pants but not the other way round. The jacket fabric ( prob the same as Look 43 ) is unique too, 50/50 cupro/bamboo. Size 2 fits TTS, not oversized as per usual YYPH. The pants are in heavy cotton but very nice to the touch. Hope it helps :)


Edited by davidlee388 - 12/12/12 at 4:47am
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