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Originally Posted by onlyslp View Post

single knee for sure!

I went to the store to try on denims I told my SA to transfer in today

I also tried on the single knee that they have in my size by chance

the double knee slits are pretty bad cuz the slits are obviously very low and I doubt it would match up with anyone's knee no matter how tall you are

meanwhile the single knee slit has a noticeably high slit than the double slits so yeah

i don't get this complaint. i have the double knee slits and am 5'10'' and they line up with my knees. i would hesitate to make any generalizations about this particular item.
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Originally Posted by ppllzz View Post


i don't get this complaint. i have the double knee slits and am 5'10'' and they line up with my knees. i would hesitate to make any generalizations about this particular item.


some of those dudes here at quite short, like 5'4-5'7"

 

thats also another case.

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Originally Posted by ChronBong View Post


some of those dudes here at quite short, like 5'4-5'7"

thats also another case.

yes but he said "I doubt it would match up with anyone's knee no matter how tall you are" and while i appreciate hyperbole i also know that some people might take it the wrong way and think that the internet consensus on these items is that they are designed poorly and have significantly reduced resale value because they only fit these magical long legged creatures that already have the jeans because they walked it on the runway.

just trying to provide a counter example by saying i am 5'10'' and it fits.i have a size 32 and i take a size 32 in most pants. i used to be a size 31 in slp but got a little fatter.
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Originally Posted by cjbreed View Post

hedi 30 chelsea boot in black suede...

thoughts? i'm torn. can't tell if its classic and versatile or maybe just a little boring...

I really like the black suede actually. Definitely classic, and black boots—especially chelseas—are inherently more versatile. I'm thinking of grabbing a pair too, though I might wait for the black suede jodhpurs this fall. I'll probably end up getting both, if I know myself well enough.
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Birthday party last night. Best cake ever.

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Published my review of the fw14 studded leather biker today. I hope you'll enjoy it guys - have a nice day.

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Originally Posted by cjbreed View Post

hedi 30 chelsea boot in black suede...




thoughts? i'm torn. can't tell if its classic and versatile or maybe just a little boring...

I wore mine today. Wife in fringed chelseas.



I have enough tan boots, so why not? The black suede is a deeper black than black leather and you don't see them too often.
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I just got the tan ones in the mail yesterday. They are my first non-black SLP boots.
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Can anyone give me some advice as to Saint Laurent's belt sizing?  I typically wear the low-waisted D02s in size 30.  The belt I'm currently wear (non-SLP) measures approx. 35 - 36" from one end to the middle hole.  I'm assuming this is due to the fact that the jeans are low-waisted.  What size should I be looking for in SLP belts?  I was thinking an 85 or a 90

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Originally Posted by PaulASmith View Post
 

Can anyone give me some advice as to Saint Laurent's belt sizing?  I typically wear the low-waisted D02s in size 30.  The belt I'm currently wear (non-SLP) measures approx. 35 - 36" from one end to the middle hole.  I'm assuming this is due to the fact that the jeans are low-waisted.  What size should I be looking for in SLP belts?  I was thinking an 85 or a 90

 

I think 90 is better for you, I wear 28 in Saint Laurent jeans and my 85 belt was a little bit small before it stretched out.

post #11036 of 15628
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Originally Posted by ppllzz View Post


 i have the double knee slits and am 5'10'' and they line up with my knees.

 

Height is not the only factor. Legs and torso length differ from person to person even though they are the height.

 

I'm 5'10" with this seasons double knee slits on (love the silk tees) 

 

 

 


Edited by Adamdraps - 4/24/16 at 3:22pm
post #11037 of 15628
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Originally Posted by Adamdraps View Post
 

 

You are forgetting that just because someone is 5' 10" that their legs and torso are the same length as yours.

 

 

I'm 5'10" with this seasons double knee slits on (love the silk tees) 

 

 

 


Those look great. Which ones are they? There are a few variations out - Italy, Japan, Skinny, Slim. All the Skinny D02 double slits i've seen look really loose and have a really dirty used tint to the wash. 

Also, the 1 slit with the distressing up top look cool but they are so inconsistent in appearance.. none of them that i've seen look anything like the ones on the website. 

post #11038 of 15628
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Originally Posted by scanner View Post
 


Those look great. Which ones are they? There are a few variations out - Italy, Japan, Skinny, Slim. All the Skinny D02 double slits i've seen look really loose and have a really dirty used tint to the wash. 

Also, the 1 slit with the distressing up top look cool but they are so inconsistent in appearance.. none of them that i've seen look anything like the ones on the website. 

 

 

Japan and mine say D10

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Originally Posted by Adamdraps View Post
 

 

 

Japan and mine say D10


Ahh rad thanks!

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Ahh rad thanks!

 

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