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It fits short even by fashunz standards, much less CM standards.
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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post


I don't think so, although SLP jackets may sit shorter than more traditional cuts. If you're taller than 5'10" and especially formal, this might be an issue, otherwise it should be fine.


Thank you for the response. I am half an inch over 5' 10" so i hope i can just skate by especially since i don't plan to use this for formal occasions and will wear it with jeans primarily.

 

It didn't seem too short to me until a couple of acquaintances i was with at the store mentioned they thought it was short. 

 

 

 

 

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^looks great
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Need some help, guys.

Got the 20 and 25mm "shiny" leather Saint Germain belts to compare. Only planning on keeping one.

The finish is actually quite different, with the 25mm closer to patent leather, as it was listed as, and with more grain in the leather. The 20mm definitely feels thinner, though I like the sleekness of the buckle.

Might be leaning towards the 25mm, as it just feels nicer, but I'm a bit stuck. What do people think?


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Anybody know if these are D02's? They look mid waisted but I could be wrong.

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I'd go with the 20 mm myself. Easier to coordinate and I find patent doesn't age well.

I was told before they were the same finish by LVR when I enquired so sorry about the misinformation.
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Originally Posted by Isolar View Post

Need some help, guys.

Got the 20 and 25mm "shiny" leather Saint Germain belts to compare. Only planning on keeping one.

The finish is actually quite different, with the 25mm closer to patent leather, as it was listed as, and with more grain in the leather. The 20mm definitely feels thinner, though I like the sleekness of the buckle.

Might be leaning towards the 25mm, as it just feels nicer, but I'm a bit stuck. What do people think?



I don't like shine in my clothing so I prefer the 20mm.
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@kieran84 No problem. How has your 20mm aged? I worry that the leather is thinner, and will therefore crease more. The 25mm definitely feels more robust. But I imagine the 20mm would be more versatile, especially with understated and dressier looks, which is what I'll use it for the most.

I have four different black calf belts that I swap between routinely, so I don't think it will get any undue wear.

Also, which version was on the runway for FW15? 20mm?
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Originally Posted by nsubrmnn View Post

^looks great

thanks!

post #16780 of 16784
Yeah the 20. The python 25 is in the lookbook too.
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I'm actually interested in what everyone here wears in the rain. I'm sure most of us here own countless pairs of boots and our rotations are probably boots 24/7. But what do you guys wear when it is raining? Extra curious about what @kieran84 would wear in the rain haha

 

 

I wear bottega veneta Chelsea boots

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Red Wing cukkas for me.
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Anybody know if these are D02's? They look mid waisted but I could be wrong.

D02

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I wear bottega veneta Chelsea boots


In the rain? Suede? Ouch
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