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Yeah, hadn´t thought about that. Sounds like a good option. I´ve copped some nice stuff, and lots of guys there have cool wardrobes and are usually selling or looking to trade a lot. fing02[1].gif

 

My other alternative would be waiting ´till Ivwri gets tired of them and puts them up on B&S, but I don´t see that happening ever  lol8[1].gif

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My other alternative would be waiting ´till Ivwri gets tired of them and puts them up on B&S, but I don´t see that happening ever  lol8[1].gif

Nor would I sell mine, sorry bounce2.gif

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Y's/Cos/CDGH+/Docs

The blazer is actually darker. It is a kind of "crinkled" cotton, 3/4 lined, completely unstructured and has the most massive inner pockets. I can easily fit paperbacks inside them.

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I made it down to the shop yesterday- for anyone in London there's a beautiful brown jacket in size 3 on sale, down from £1000. I got it in black.

 

It's quite unusual for YYPH in that it seems really, really fitted. It's far smaller than any size 2 jacket I've come across- I think around a 36? It fits me perfectly and the brown one remains a great option for anyone who, like me, is too slim to pull off many of his jackets. 


Edited by StevenE - 1/10/13 at 10:59am
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Any vets have a good suggestion for a black belt that works with yohji and won't break the bank?
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Esox is selling a black yohji belt for about £40 on here I think. I'd take it if I could but alas circumstances prevent me... I'd message him about it. 

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Any vets have a good suggestion for a black belt that works with yohji and won't break the bank?

Not a vet by any means, but I think really anything that is black and understated will work well?
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Tried something different. Really like it right now, but we will see how i feel when I look back in a week or so



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I like it open, except I think a longer/drapier tee would help to marry the tighter jacket style with the bottom half (i know the bombers yohji too). right now the top looks too "classic" swd streetwear and isnt jiving as well as it could with the bottom imo smile.gif
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Whoa your hair is long. Didn't notice it until now.
I think the graphics on the jacket work and I like the cut, maybe not the material??

Get a quilted leather devil.gif
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Whoa your hair is long. Didn't notice it until now.
I think the graphics on the jacket work and I like the cut, maybe not the material??

Get a quilted leather devil.gif

snowman, you read my mind sometimes. I had be jonesing for this for a few months.



As far as the material, I was worried because its polyester but the texture and close up is actually very nice, and unlike my cotton KVA, it will hold up nice in time i think.

And yeah I am on the look out for loooong t shirts. I think ill wait for something by silent to come on sale in a black and kop it in a large. The only issue is that when you close it it like frills out like a dress. I really hate that effect visually. Maybe a button down with a mao collar could work since I could tuck it in?
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You need to say it's a reversible blouson, by Y's Yohji Yamamoto lol. We'd like to know which season it's from, what fabric composition, size, construction etc.

If I remember rightly it's size 3, but you have really long upper limbs ( the right terminology for a doctor ), it's not often we see sleeves from a Y's piece failing to reach the wrists.....

Also the lack of a double zip ( majority of YY blousons are like that ) makes it a little less versatile in silhouette variations compared to a Y-3 blouson ( a universal feature ).
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You need to say it's a reversible blouson, by Y's Yohji Yamamoto lol. We'd like to know which season it's from, what fabric composition, size, construction etc.

If I remember rightly it's size 3, but you have really long upper limbs ( the right terminology for a doctor ), it's not often we see sleeves from a Y's piece failing to reach the wrists.....

It actually does reach (and then some) but when i move it gets pulled up and stuck where my forearms are big, luckily I like that effect

The line code is MN-T80-942 . It is polyester/pu blend and nylon poly for the ribbing.
The pants are HE-P09- 129 . Laine wool

Double zip? If you mean that it can be zipped up and then there is a second zip at the bottom, this jacket does have that!
Edited by Benesyed - 1/11/13 at 1:05pm
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And yeah I am on the look out for loooong t shirts. I think ill wait for something by silent to come on sale in a black and kop it in a large. The only issue is that when you close it it like frills out like a dress. I really hate that effect visually. Maybe a button down with a mao collar could work since I could tuck it in?

If you're worried about the dress effect, maybe look into something like julius, long but pretty slim/tight. I know there are some t shirts pretty cheap on rakuten global by julius or maybe viridi anne. they also have some twisted hem stuff which can kinda give a similar look to drape (obviously very little "movement" or flow) but will cling a bit to your hips and so when you close the jacket you won't flair out.
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