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post #3811 of 5944
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

...any opinions on the four pieces here would be appreciated

I picked up that last jacket -- the one with the multiple lapels -- on a whim a while back. Because it wasn't as outré as my other Yohji stuff, I thought "oh, I might use this occasionally." As it turns out, I find myself wearing it with all sorts of outfits for just that reason -- its subtlety makes it an extremely versatile complement to other pieces. I urge you to consider it, if the price is right, and assure you it will become an absolute staple in your wardrobe.
post #3812 of 5944
i actually had but couldn't keep it for various reasons ... it's incredibly light and i know just what you mean, the rather absurd lapel details, another "silent but deadly" as mr david just said. am seriously considering it again even though it will cost a bit more this time around ..
post #3813 of 5944


Might be a little short but at the price, was worth the risk. smile.gif
post #3814 of 5944

how much did you pay for it? looks boxy and very worn.

post #3815 of 5944
80 shipped. If it doesn't work out, then I will return it. As far as boxiness, i have something in mind. We will see if execution matches concept biggrin.gif

also, 14 day return policy!
post #3816 of 5944

had chance to see the new book, nothing special to be honest. bigger in terms of dimension for what i expected.

 

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post #3817 of 5944
^would you say it's worth the ~£20 or so from amazon? I'll probably get it since the dimensions look good.
post #3818 of 5944

£20 its alright. not so much new content inside though.

post #3819 of 5944
I've been searching for some small-sized (28 and under) Yohji trousers and I've seen a couple cut like men's trousers in the women section.
Do they fit the same but sized smaller or cut differently despite the pictures?
I don't mind wearing a belt (as intended with some trousers), but some trousers tagged S are just too big for me.
post #3820 of 5944
Women cut its for women. dont make mistake buying femme pants. some old collection run with very small waist. whats too big means? Im 29 waist and have no peoblems wearing size 3 and even 4 which its 33/34"?
post #3821 of 5944
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Originally Posted by *** View Post

I've been searching for some small-sized (28 and under) Yohji trousers and I've seen a couple cut like men's trousers in the women section.
Do they fit the same but sized smaller or cut differently despite the pictures?
I don't mind wearing a belt (as intended with some trousers), but some trousers tagged S are just too big for me.

 

 

size 2 should fit you.

if you like it have a look for the y's trousers. usually there are 1 or 2 sizes smaller than yyph.

post #3822 of 5944
Just wear a belt. Esox is even willing to provide you one for a small fee!

I was finnicky about wearing belts but I do now and I never look back biggrin.gif
post #3823 of 5944
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Just wear a belt. Esox is even willing to provide you one for a small fee!
I was finnicky about wearing belts but I do now and I never look back biggrin.gif

 

oh!

you really need my belt. biggrin.gif

 

 

i wear  size 5 yyph which are about 4inch on the waist too big for me with a belt and it looks good. smile.gif

post #3824 of 5944
i guess most you londoners know already



if anyone wants to find me a hat i'd be very appreciative biggrin.gif
post #3825 of 5944
I may end up doing a "real" fit when I'm out and about, but I was happy to try this on. As I had imagined, I think it looks better with slimmer cropped trousers rather than very wide/oversized ones which would end up giving me a trapezoidal silhouette with shrunken head (very obvious from straight-on shot)
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