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post #13276 of 15056
Hey guys could anyone legit check these for me?

http://m.ebay.com/itm/BNWT-SAINT-LAURENT-PARIS-D02-WASHED-DISTRESSED-SKINNY-DENIM-SIZE-33-SLIM-MIJ-YSL-/172294091629?nav=SEARCH
post #13277 of 15056
Hey guys, anyone know how these new season Wyatt Chelsea fit ? I am between a US 9.5-10

For reference, I wear SLP high top in 42, Common Projects achilles in 42, and AW13 Wyatt harness boots in 43

http://www.ysl.com/us/shop-product/men/shoes-boots-classic-wyatt-40-boot-in-tan-suede_cod44821546jb.html#section=men_shoes
post #13278 of 15056
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Those are mine. They're legit.
post #13279 of 15056
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Originally Posted by chiggah View Post

Hey guys, anyone know how these new season Wyatt Chelsea fit ? I am between a US 9.5-10

For reference, I wear SLP high top in 42, Common Projects achilles in 42, and AW13 Wyatt harness boots in 43

http://www.ysl.com/us/shop-product/men/shoes-boots-classic-wyatt-40-boot-in-tan-suede_cod44821546jb.html#section=men_shoes

 

I tried this on recently & definitely 43.  I'm the same size as you with SLP HiTop &  CP Chelsea in 42.

 

I can fit most Wyatt in 42.5 as well but will hut the top of my feet after a while.  I think its the arch & height of the heel.

 

IMO as sexy as Wyatt looks, I never find it comfortable.

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post #13281 of 15056

Did they ever make a Men's version of the black/white Classic Penny Loafer, or are these the Women's?

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Dirty blue pair from this season came in. Here is a comparison with my 2014 blue washed.
post #13283 of 15056
They made a men's version of that black and white penny loafer. It even went on sale on YSL.com
post #13284 of 15056
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Originally Posted by sargeinaz View Post

They made a men's version of that black and white penny loafer. It even went on sale on YSL.com

Awesome, thanks for the reply.  Admittedly, I've never paid attention to the loafers.  Now to track down a 44.5...

post #13285 of 15056
I remember when the Palladium stuff first started showing up, some people were saying the quality was a step down from earlier seasons (glued-on crests, lesser-quality leathers, etc.). Now that most of the items have come in, does this seem to be a broader issue within the collection, or is it down to a few items here and there? I haven't handled much of this season's output, and I'd be interested to hear from those who have.
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There seems to be a disinterest in the new collection stuff, especially here. I haven't actually picked up any of the seasonal items that I initially thought I would. Seen a bunch of them, but haven't pulled the trigger because lots of it seems to only work well with itself. Velvet or satin shirts are pretty limited options. Instead, I've been buying pieces to complete my wardrobe. Likewise, it seems that people are mostly interested in getting new versions of old stuff, chain suede wyatts etc. Anyone have similar thoughts?

 

I did try on a few things this week though. New coat with peak lapels and leopard lining--super long for me.

post #13287 of 15056
Yeah, that's recently been my strategy as well: round out my wardrobe with versatile classics. I actually expected to be all over the new stuff after seeing the Palladium show, but so far I haven't picked anything up. Of course, Hedi's departure did throw a spanner in the works, despite not being entirely unforeseen.

Question for you guys: how distressed do you like your raw hems? I did mine DIY and am wondering how far I should go with manual distressing, or if I should leave them to fray naturally with wear. I've only worn them a few times since reworking them, and they now look something like this (sorry, I'm on vacation so I can't take an actual picture of them):

post #13288 of 15056

Hi guys, I have this leather ss15 jacket in size 46 and it is a bit too big for me, does anyone here have the 44 and would be willing to trade? thanks in advance, and have a nice day.

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Originally Posted by Isolar View Post

Yeah, that's recently been my strategy as well: round out my wardrobe with versatile classics. I actually expected to be all over the new stuff after seeing the Palladium show, but so far I haven't picked anything up. Of course, Hedi's departure did throw a spanner in the works, despite not being entirely unforeseen.

Question for you guys: how distressed do you like your raw hems? I did mine DIY and am wondering how far I should go with manual distressing, or if I should leave them to fray naturally with wear. I've only worn them a few times since reworking them, and they now look something like this (sorry, I'm on vacation so I can't take an actual picture of them):

 

I've found my raw hems have become more and more "wild" with each week of wear (fluffier and ragged) so I'd let it happen naturally. It does worry me slightly that the lifespan of raw hems will be shorter than jeans with a finished hem, as the loose ends tend to unravel over time - I heard a line of stitching close the the edge can help alleviate further unraveling so I might try that myself.

post #13290 of 15056

Some of the SA's i've seen cut the raw hems on the sides as well to flare out and it looks really sick with boots. 

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