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post #646 of 5768
The stuff was alright, I wsa more interested in the pants, but I already have way too many yohji pants and the ones available were reiterations of stuff I already have.

did anyone get anything?

EDIT:

That's annoying, it seems like they put a bunch of Y's pants on later... by then i had gone back to bed.

http://www.gilt.com/sale/men/yohji-yamamoto-a-559/product/80271894-yohji-yamamoto-drawstring-closure-pants

would have snapped those up in an instant.
Edited by PregnantBob - 3/19/12 at 6:14pm
post #647 of 5768
some sales :

YYPH skirt
http://www.ebay.com/itm/yohji-yamamoto-pour-homme-skirt-/280843528127?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item41639427bf#ht_499wt_1345

YYPH wool/rayon jacket with lapel/pocket details
http://www.ebay.com/itm/yohji-yamamoto-pour-homme-jacket-/380419947319?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item5892cbbb37#ht_499wt_1345

YYPH knitted cargo pants
http://www.ebay.com/itm/yohji-yamamoto-ys-for-men-knitted-cargo-pants-/380419948252?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item5892cbbedc#ht_499wt_1345

Y's decoloriezed top
http://www.ebay.com/itm/yohji-yamamoto-ys-decolorized-top-/280843775745?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item416397ef01#ht_499wt_1345

YYPH white detailed contour jacket
http://www.ebay.com/itm/yohji-yamamoto-pour-homme-jacket-/380422137381?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item5892ed2625#ht_499wt_1345

YYPH boiled wool jacket with nylon panels
http://www.ebay.com/itm/yohji-yamamoto-ys-for-men-boiled-wool-jacket-/160763442340?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item256e3f74a4#ht_499wt_1345

YYPH wool jacket
http://www.ebay.com/itm/yohji-yamamoto-pour-homme-jacket-/140723252074?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item20c3c26b6a#ht_499wt_1345

YYPH wool reversible jacket
http://www.ebay.com/itm/yohji-yamamoto-pour-homme-reversible-jacket-/140723252788?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item20c3c26e34#ht_499wt_1345
post #648 of 5768
Yeah those drawstring looked very nice

I am sure everyone was keep a tab on it.
post #649 of 5768
Ivwri...

I showed my girlfriend the hakama pants... she had earlier vetoed me wanting to get a pair of skorts... she said you looked great but vetoed me getting them cause she didn't wanna be dating a homeless samurai lookalike...

Y U NO SUPPORT ME!!!!!!
post #650 of 5768
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Ivwri...
I showed my girlfriend the hakama pants... she had earlier vetoed me wanting to get a pair of skorts... she said you looked great but vetoed me getting them cause she didn't wanna be dating a homeless samurai lookalike...
Y U NO SUPPORT ME!!!!!!

Haha! Well, you can always just pick them up and wear them to surprise her, hoping to convert her to them like that. Expound upon the whole strong yet supple masculinity they evoke and how it reflects on her having such a man beside her nod[1].gif

The chances of her not being impressed are probably pretty high since it seems she has made up her mind, but you can always try!
post #651 of 5768
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I already have way too many yohji pants

impossible.


also, get the hakamas. she will might love them in person
post #652 of 5768
goddamnit shah look what you did, those knit cargo pants looked so ludicrously comfortable I had to buy them. Fuck. I should not be on the computer this early.
post #653 of 5768
I'd actually give one of those belted Y's blazers on Gilt a shot if they had anything bigger than a 2.
post #654 of 5768
the closure button is tiny, look comfy though and drapey
post #655 of 5768
The red label Y's is great, you don't see stuff from that line around very often but it was discontinued a long time ago I think. Like 10 years? I'm actually not sure, but he did have some of the red line on the ss00 runway. I think the general concept around the line is that the clothes are based on - or inspired from - Yohji's own wardrobe, in fabrics that are all really good from what I've seen. A lot of what I've seen is cut pretty short, though these don't seem to be. Good stuff.
post #656 of 5768
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Size 2, flat measurment: chest 44", shoulder 19", sleeves 26" and body length 33.5"

So how big/small should I really be to wear this (in terms of body measuerment)?
post #657 of 5768
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

goddamnit shah look what you did, those knit cargo pants looked so ludicrously comfortable I had to buy them. Fuck. I should not be on the computer this early.

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post #658 of 5768
It's a little-known fact that shah has been Grand Vizier and Shamanabler of Synthesistan since 2010, going back to the procurement of a certain pair of rose-colored booties.
post #659 of 5768
how do you guys avoid looking homeless wearing yohji pants?

the tops are okay to where they don't stand out too much, but i have a pair of issey miyake cotton pants that are cut something like yohjis sillouette and i always come across as poor/homeless.

i wear a short sleeve linen shirt in white with the black loose fitting pants (double pleated since miyake pleats damn near everything)

i was with a freind of mine who was wearing dockers from target and he looked better, most people agreed
post #660 of 5768

Shoes. Shoes add so much to outfits. Wear a pair of nice boots/shoes and you'll charm everyone. Confidence and attitude. If you seem comfortable in your own skin, people will like what they see, if not, well, yeah...

 

Yohji has a very unique approach to clothing, and you can't just put it on like you would with any other cloths and expect to look great. Drop-crotch pants are a lifestyle!

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