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post #1396 of 2660

If someone want to know how saint laurent jeans fit or look like just watch current David Beckham picture.

 

All jeans he is wearing now are Saint Laurent (he pass from Dior Home to Saint Laurent as the majority of us are doing now).

post #1397 of 2660
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Originally Posted by bolimachine69 View Post

If someone want to know how saint laurent jeans fit or look like just watch current David Beckham picture.

All jeans he is wearing now are Saint Laurent (he pass from Dior Home to Saint Laurent as the majority of us are doing now).

Please follow this retarded advice so you end up thinking jeans will fit you like a pro athlete whose legs are about as big as his waist. That's like thinking everything fits like shit because you've seen it on Kanye West and his body is some sort of off-putting weird square.
post #1398 of 2660

This is just a simple comment; not a retarded comment. 

 

I know you are so smart to know that your legs have no comparation with Beckham legs.

 

But not everyone has size 26 on jeans; there are too many people who are "normal" lol

post #1399 of 2660
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Originally Posted by seanhaus View Post

Am I missing something here?

https://www.ssense.com/men/product/saint_laurent/black-classic-slim-jeans/78461

vs

https://www.ssense.com/men/product/saint_laurent/black-skinny-jeans/94473

Measurements are roughly the same across most sizes, but the pricing is drastically different.

Just a guess, but the polyurethane (less expensive ones) will have some shine.
post #1400 of 2660
Just a question but does anyone have any experience with SLP suiting? Overall thoughts/opinions? Thanks!
post #1401 of 2660
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Originally Posted by bawlin View Post

Just a question but does anyone have any experience with SLP suiting? Overall thoughts/opinions? Thanks!

Half canvassed, good (not exceptional) construction, on par with most high-end fashion brands (i.e., Jil, Balenciaga), but not Dior Homme, Hermes level. MII. Very cool silhouette, and the pants are moderately slim but still need to be taken in quite a bit for most.

One issue is that the SAs at the boutiques know nothing about suits, so it's a bit of a battle finding out details if you're into construction.

They look great, and the fabrics are very interesting.
post #1402 of 2660
Awesome reply, thanks!

I'm actually looking at the tuxedo for a wedding coming up. I just have to find somewhere that has it in stock.

post #1403 of 2660
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Originally Posted by bolimachine69 View Post

This is just a simple comment; not a retarded comment. 

I know you are so smart to know that your legs have no comparation with Beckham legs.

But not everyone has size 26 on jeans; there are too many people who are "normal" lol

The point is that Beckam has an incredibly rare physique and is not the right example to watch for if 99,999999% of SLP clients or even humans in general, want to see how the garments fit. Your comment was dumb but then SLP threads are moron-magnets.
post #1404 of 2660
In Europe is very normal to have "normal" legs tha Beckham has.

Maybe you think that the "normal" way is to be a slimane model how weights 30 kg but sorry but the anormal is you!!!

That is the reason because SLP does 17,5 cm hem because not all "men" are slimane men.

Please read an article about slimane models and you could see who is the anormal and who say dumb comment.

And try to be more respectful with the other views because maybe who say dumb things is you;"normal".
post #1405 of 2660

sorry to interrupt.

 

is this getting re released? 

 

http://www.barneys.com/on/demandware.store/Sites-BNY-Site/default/Product-Show?pid=503496613&cgid=BARNEYS&index=10

post #1406 of 2660

lol I actually love that this thread goes off on a tangent once in a while - cars, apartments, elitism, workouts/body image… it's both refreshing and entertaining. 

post #1407 of 2660
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Originally Posted by bolimachine69 View Post

In Europe is very normal to have "normal" legs tha Beckham has.

Maybe you think that the "normal" way is to be a slimane model how weights 30 kg but sorry but the anormal is you!!!

That is the reason because SLP does 17,5 cm hem because not all "men" are slimane men.

Please read an article about slimane models and you could see who is the anormal and who say dumb comment.

And try to be more respectful with the other views because maybe who say dumb things is you;"normal".

 

You stupid Americans with your skinny chicken model legs don't understand what it's like to have Normal legs like David Beckham and other Europeans!

post #1408 of 2660
Lol how people get crazy about a simple
comment or an opinion lol.

fuuma if u want to looks like a slimane model good luck!!! hahahaha
post #1409 of 2660
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Originally Posted by AlexanderTG View Post


I'd say they run a bit tight. I'm a 42.5 in most everything with wide feet. I just got the Classic Chelseas from Ssense in 43 and I'm glad I went up. They're a bit narrow but the leather is so soft I'm sure they'll stretch to be perfect. 

I just wore my grosgrain-trimmed derbies this past weekend and find them to be a little too tight; pinky toes still hurt. I may consider selling them, but we'll see. :\

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Originally Posted by Bussit View Post

I just wore my grosgrain-trimmed derbies this past weekend and find them to be a little too tight; pinky toes still hurt. I may consider selling them, but we'll see. :\
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