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This Dominik coat is...very odd. Super slim in the shoulders and chest, and the arms are really long, past my thumbs. The sleeves are ultra wide too...
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Originally Posted by brianoh View Post

Meyvn's description is try hard. I like Geller. Just calling it the way I see it, if you don't agree you don't have to.


Some of their little quibbles amuse me, it's a little touch that I appreciate. Although I can see why you think it's try hard.


The only thing that I liked enough in the past season to consider buying was the breezy Pierre shirt. The jackets that NMWA put out are pretty neat but I'm currently saving for a winter coat that can withstand below freezing temperatures.

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getting annoyed with lowballers on grailed. 

if anyone wants my bomber for $440 shipped let me know, would rather avoid the grailed/ebay fees and have it go to an SFer.

that's 30% off retail, pretty good deal i think

Edited by hayaoyamaneko - 9/11/16 at 6:29am
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 Geller x4

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Throw back, but man I just love the felted detailing on the FW 2008 pieces. Reminds me of that Cloak level detail intensity. I hadn't ever seen this jacket up close and even though im normally not into the levi type 3 style jacket, this thing has me swooning.

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I have this FW08 jacket (Ill try and take a better pic as the runway shot hides a lot of it), and the felted epaulets Robert did are just perfect. Cant wait for colder days. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Did anybody get those Garrett Leight collabs? I wanted a pair but they were only made in the smaller frame (or at least that's all that's online), but I ended up getting a pair of the non collabo tortoise shell Wilsons and they're pretty rad and now it's making me wonder if the smaller frame would still look decent on me.

I didn't think the collabs had a smaller frame. Where did you see that? I have the wilsons too and I think the frame is already pretty small.
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On the Garrett leight webstore there's only one option available for the 3 Geller frames, they are all 46. There's a little drop down where you choose the frame size and there's nothing there, the Wilson M and Wilson Sun all have two options (49 and 46).
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Is the Massimo jacket worth it? I'm on a money stretch and I actually have like 4-5 RG bombers already and they are all black too
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Hmmm the Massimo is likely redundant in your case.
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No, not worth it. Just get a dries bomber
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Psa: Lapelless duster coat in a 48 and dominik pants at barneys warehouse.
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Has anybody tried one of the fluffy, reversed crewneck sweatshirts? Do they keep the oversized theme going? I want the purple one but only if it's slouchy.
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Luca pants finally arrived and they are awesome.
I think the colour on KNYEW for the "warm grey" is pretty accurate, there def seems to be brown tones (but again, I am colourblind).
I went true to size and am definitely happy with the fit (the waist is nowhere near as small as measurements on KNYEW), I can wear them comfortably low or high on the hips.

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High on hips

Low on hips

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High on hips looks perfect. Wonder how these fit in comparison to the Robert trousers
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