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Tried the issey with a light shirt, here are the results. And iwri, I think you are definately on to something with just wearing a t shirt underneath. Going to keep my eye out for just the right material. The other idea is perhaps a short sleeve white button down so no sleeve peaks out at all. All ideas haha

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Edited by Benesyed - 12/14/12 at 2:42pm
post #3767 of 5587

Sleeves look very odd with the stark white shirt poking out through them, maybe try rolling up the shirt cuffs too?

i think the jacket's sleeve length might look more intentional (as it is) if both the shirt and jacket's sleeves were cropped, but I think like that it just looks like you have a badly fitting jacket

post #3768 of 5587
This Issey Miyake blazer is creating quite a stir....are the cuffs buttoned? If so, working or non? Such unusual cut. Or have they been altered. I wonder if it's a runway piece and if so how was it styled on the runway.

May be a SS shirt/tee is the answer for a harmonious fit.
post #3769 of 5587
tbh, i personally do not mind the sleeves peaking thru, but its a newer take for me so i might not notice it till i look back a week or so for now.

SS is the easy way out for sure smile.gif
post #3770 of 5587
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Y's string lapel jacket
YYPH heavy wool trousers
post #3771 of 5587
Thread Starter 
Man, that is just perfect TW. Seriously Yohji does the best peak lapels bar none.
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post #3773 of 5587
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Y's string lapel jacket
YYPH heavy wool trousers



Very good fit smile.gif Looks like you and I have the same blazer from the Y's Yohji Yamamoto AW05 Pitti Uomo. It's quite aggressively cut, isn't it? Does yours have a MO - rather than MN- code as well?
post #3774 of 5587
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Very good fit smile.gif Looks like you and I have the same blazer from the Y's Yohji Yamamoto AW05 Pitti Uomo. It's quite aggressively cut, isn't it? Does yours have a MO - rather than MN- code as well?


Yes very slim cut! I tried to take some other angles of the jacket to show this, but they didn't turn out unfortunately. The code on mine in MN actually. Are there other iterations of this jacket with different codes?
post #3775 of 5587
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Yes very slim cut! I tried to take some other angles of the jacket to show this, but they didn't turn out unfortunately. The code on mine in MN actually. Are there other iterations of this jacket with different codes?

 

Definitely other iterations available in the same season. Mine may have a slightly different leather string arrangement, same peak lapels. 2B closure. But mine is surely MO - which is strange but then not unheard of :)
post #3776 of 5587
Great stuff TW icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I feel none of the back/side zip guidi on lncc would work with wide pants, and I do t like any of the laceups confused.gif

Looking at these seem to pair better
post #3777 of 5587
I like that green pair, i think it will work wonders with colorful yohji qua the shah smile.gif

edit: it is a little shiny tho but with some loving wear probably not an issue
Edited by Benesyed - 12/15/12 at 1:04pm
post #3778 of 5587
Thread Starter 
Been eying those Marsell shoes as well. Wonderfully chunky! Think I might go for them if they are still available in my size come the end of the month of January.
post #3779 of 5587
Those grey laces are sublime. How's the quality on those? Is there an lncc code right now?
post #3780 of 5587
Thread Starter 
I should actually post in the Baller boot/shoe thread and see whether anyone there has experience with Authentic Shoe & Co. stuff. The close up shots of their shoes look amazing though, especially the Alfeld style which shall be mine devil.gif. Apparently they also did shoes for number(n)ine if that counts for anything.
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