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post #1652 of 1854

Guess the shirt is just too abstract for me compared to the Hawaiians. I don't understand some of the images they used.

post #1653 of 1854
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Originally Posted by Left Eye View Post

Anyone been to the stores lately, did they receive the fall/winter 2014 collection yet?

I went to Harrolds in Australia. They had faux leather jeans, Leather Leopard Jacket, and I can't remember what else. Leather was thick. Jeans I mistook for leather at glance, but once I felt them I realised they were fake. 

post #1654 of 1854
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A question for all you guys who wear the skinny jeans on a regular basis:

what do you do with your stuff like your phone, wallet and keys? Imo it's uncomfortable to put them in the tight pockets and it also looks bad with those huge bulges, it ruins the skinny frame. Do you always have a bag with you?

 

I keep them in my back pockets, though when I sit I hold my phone, so it doesn't rip through my pocket. 

post #1655 of 1854
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Originally Posted by Kvc06 View Post

Anyone looking for the short sleeve hawaiian size 38? Pm me

 

pm'd

post #1656 of 1854
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I've got this in a 40 as well. BNWT

Got this in a 39 BNWT, if anyone needs :)

post #1657 of 1854
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Originally Posted by filcol View Post

A question for all you guys who wear the skinny jeans on a regular basis:

what do you do with your stuff like your phone, wallet and keys? Imo it's uncomfortable to put them in the tight pockets and it also looks bad with those huge bulges, it ruins the skinny frame. Do you always have a bag with you?

 

 

I have no problems sticking things in my front pockets. Although that's the one thing I hate about Saint Laurent jeans. The pockets are way to shallow.

post #1658 of 1854
Back pockets for errything.
post #1659 of 1854
keys:

cash:


cards:



phone in hand or jacket pocket.. nothing looks worse then bulges on skinnies imo
post #1660 of 1854

I could have sworn I've seen that carabiner a couple times before. Which one is it?

post #1661 of 1854
yo dudes....i'm dying right now

my dry cleaner just destroyed my saint laurent satin bomber. they claim they are not liable. can this be? am i really fucked on this? they say they're only responsible for 10x my dry cleaning fee so $100 on a $1750 jacket.







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Originally Posted by max-t View Post

yo dudes....i'm dying right now

my dry cleaner just destroyed my saint laurent satin bomber. they claim they are not liable. can this be? am i really fucked on this? they say they're only responsible for 10x my dry cleaning fee so $100 on a $1750 jacket.






 
How did they claim they cleaned this? 
post #1663 of 1854
Fuck I'm sorry about that. You would think a drycleaner would have some sort of insurance against this, no?
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They definitely should have some sort of insurance. Only option is to take them to court bud.

post #1665 of 1854
you have just experience many a SF member's worst nightmare (ive had one good wool suit destroyed by a dry cleaner and that was enough to put me off for years. )

Every dry cleaner is different but if you have definitive proof that they are responsible for the damage you can take them to small claims (which I would do).

Best is to take detailed photos of your garment BEFORE you take it to the cleaners (ive done this, even take a pic with a datestamp). ALL angles, all sides, all views. That way when you get it back you can definitely show that it wasn't there before and have proof to back up the claim.

really hope you get the situation sorted. What a bummer.
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