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Jaco87 - I haven't actually opened the Bowie belt yet as I haven't had time. I'll post on it when I open it tomorrow.

 

Therattler - yeah the black low top is really nice. I haven't worn trainers other than for sports in over a decade, but I think these are a nice smart option that fit into my wardrobe nicely. 

 

Anybody have any thoughts on the menswear Sac de Jour bag? It's starting to grow on me quite strongly, but I still have some doubts about it being slightly too feminine looking for a man. Also, while I'll be buying some other little bits and pieces here and there, I only really want to make one more big purchase this season, and as I mentioned I'm pretty close to going on the faux fur collar jacket. 

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Should have maybe asked before ordering puzzled.gif
I could have but i am asking now if you are able to help😀 I have the wyatts and they run one size too big, figured I ll size one down on this one.
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Anybody have any thoughts on the menswear Sac de Jour bag? It's starting to grow on me quite strongly, but I still have some doubts about it being slightly too feminine looking for a man. Also, while I'll be buying some other little bits and pieces here and there, I only really want to make one more big purchase this season, and as I mentioned I'm pretty close to going on the faux fur collar jacket. 

I could very much seeing a guy rocking that with a smart, perfectly fitted suit in a business meeting. It almost reminds me of pushing the envelope with the skinny, angular suits that DH and SLP use.
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Originally Posted by kieran84 View Post

Anybody have any thoughts on the menswear Sac de Jour bag? It's starting to grow on me quite strongly, but I still have some doubts about it being slightly too feminine looking for a man. Also, while I'll be buying some other little bits and pieces here and there, I only really want to make one more big purchase this season, and as I mentioned I'm pretty close to going on the faux fur collar jacket. 

At first I thought it was slightly too feminine, but it's really starting to grow on me as well. I really love the design of it. If I thought it would get significant use, I'd be all over it. Do you know how big it is? I assume it's larger than the women's version—maybe more like a holdall, though small enough to be practical for everyday use. Shit, maybe I do need to grab one...
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Hey guys.I just ordered these boots from farfetch in a size 40. Do these run true to size?

I could have gone tts but went .5 down.
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I could have gone tts but went .5 down.
Was that the right decision for you? Or you think you should have just stayed tts? And how do you like them?
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Got my wyatt 30s chelsea boots today and absolutly love them.

Since i did some research on my own and found a lot of questions i had myself i share some thoughts:

I went tts with a 44. Normally i'm a 43 a common projects, a 43.5 or 44 in sl sneakers and a 44 2/3 or 45 in adidas & a 44.5/45 in nike. The shoe fits snug, but i still have some space at the front.

The shoe is def. not too pointy, but still has a sleek/sharp shape. I was deciding between the wyatts, Acne Zack's and Common Projects. The CP's were ime a little too bulky and i disliked the rubber sole, the Acne were great too, but i suprisingly liked the 1 cm bigger heel/shape of the sl's way more.

The 3cm heel is not feminine at all in real life, but for someone who is not used to boots it needs some time to get used to. Couldn't pull of the 4cm version myself though...

The price is simply insane for most people, but the quality and the design is next level and there is not really any alternative if u want this shape. I'm pretty sure i'll get tons of wear out of em and already plan to cop another color, since this is hedi's last season.

Anyway, hope this isn't against some forum rules but the info's above would've helped me alot before buying...cheers!

 

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They look great on you!

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Agree with Thorns. They look great on you and fit your ensemble perfect.
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Does anybody know when the rest of the F/W 16 collection will be available?

 

 

 

There's a few pieces that still aren't on the website, such as these:

 

 

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Does anybody know when the rest of the F/W 16 collection will be available?



There's a few pieces that still aren't on the website, such as these:

 


http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/men/saint-laurent--devon-chelsea-boots-item-11581854.aspx?storeid=10224&from=1&ffref=lp_pic_132_4_

The brown boots
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@bawlin @Jbidwal Thank you! Do you also know if/when they're out in stores? I've been traveling for a few months and haven't had the chance to visit a store 

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Got these off eBay.They look authentic but the tags reads UP53 2012 instead of 2015 or 2016.I posted in the "fake or real" thread but I think I should've posted here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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@bawlin
 @Jbidwal
 Thank you! Do you also know if/when they're out in stores? I've been traveling for a few months and haven't had the chance to visit a store 

Saks and Barneys sometimes get a couple exclusive items each season, so perhaps the silver boots are an example of that. They look great if you can pull it off.
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