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That colour is pretty standard, you can get Thom Browne he makes the best oxfords, but they cost around the same as SLP jeans lol
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Yeah the grosgrain pull tab seems unnecessary. If they can move the harness back to fw13 location I'll be tempted to get another pair.
post #10023 of 15046
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That colour is pretty standard, you can get Thom Browne he makes the best oxfords, but they cost around the same as SLP jeans lol

 

Oxford shirts are a mainstay of my wardrobe, so it's a topic I'm somewhat passionate about. Yes, Thom Browne makes decent shirts, but Kamakura and Brooks Brothers make fantastic ones for everyday wear, while remaining below USD100. For the SLP body Kamakura is especially well fitting. Beyond that there are many other options of course, going all the way to Thom Browne and then bespoke.

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Yeah the grosgrain pull tab seems unnecessary. If they can move the harness back to fw13 location I'll be tempted to get another pair.
the harness is actually one change I liked after fw13.
post #10025 of 15046
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Just got the S/S 16 leather Wyatts in, can confirm the shaft is small, only a minuscule amount larger than fw13.

Album for those interested in seeing:

http://imgur.com/a/oMb9Z

Fit pics are with Rag & Bone fit 0 (14cm opening)
These look great! Any chance you could confirm the product code for me? Noticed there were two different styles on the Slp site.
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These look great! Any chance you could confirm the product code for me? Noticed there were two different styles on the Slp site.

420090AQS001000

 

Yea, there were two at one point, it looks like they fixed it now though.  The one that was labelled chain wyatt erroneously was the new version.

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Anyone able to verify if this bomber is legit? http://page21.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/j386556416
post #10028 of 15046
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Oxford shirts are a mainstay of my wardrobe, so it's a topic I'm somewhat passionate about. Yes, Thom Browne makes decent shirts, but Kamakura and Brooks Brothers make fantastic ones for everyday wear, while remaining below USD100. For the SLP body Kamakura is especially well fitting. Beyond that there are many other options of course, going all the way to Thom Browne and then bespoke.

so in your opinion which makes the best fitting oxford under $200?

 

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https://www.weargustin.com/stock/1-japan-blue-oxford The cut is really good even without tailoring


those look really good, will buy.

 

thank you.

 

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tts i should have went down 1

looks good to me.post a side shot...that's how i wear my jeans  tho, except im 5'9" and 175" so i'm jacked and cut. (gym for 7-8) years and got large thighs/calves so i cannot absolutely wear skinny jeans, only slim cut...or size up on skinny by 1-2 but the waist might look bad, eh who knows.


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those are really good, will buy.

 

thank you.

yw. you should size properly the first time (they provide good measurements) because I've heard returns/exchange with gustins take a while and they only refund in store credit

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yw. you should size properly the first time (they provide good measurements) because I've heard returns/exchange with gustins take a while and they only refund in store credit

alright, noted thanks. quite cheap for what they offer since most us made brands go for $175-300 USD. pretty crazy for $79 ...

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alright, noted thanks. quite cheap for what they offer since most us made brands go for $175-300 USD. pretty crazy for $79 ...

yeah, they use a crowdfunding model. the downside is from the start of a project to shipping can sometimes take 2-3 months. otherwise, the quality and fit are excellent if you're willing to wait. however, for the blue ocbd they seem to have extra stock unsold so you're lucky in that sense!

post #10034 of 15046
Wish they made more fit 0..
They have ripped, solid black, and grey on ssense.

I happily have all 3 and want more... As of now I like them more than slp I have to say
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