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post #781 of 2651
I just want to confirm, these are the same jeans. Correct? The ones on LVR don't appear to have as many rips on the knees.

http://www.barneys.com/on/demandware.store/Sites-BNY-Site/default/Product-Show?pid=503173386&cgid=men&index=21

http://www.luisaviaroma.com/index.aspx?#ItemSrv.ashx|SeasonId=59I&CollectionId=25Z&ItemId=35&VendorColorId=MTAwMg==&SeasonMemoCode=actual&GenderMemoCode=men&Language=&CountryId=&SubLineMemoCode=&CategoryId=0&ItemResponse=&MenuResponse=&SizeChart=false&ItemTag=true&NoContext=false
post #782 of 2651

Yeah they're the same

Are the t-shirts mean to be kinda cropped? Bought some in a Medium and it goes a little past my belt, I feel like a Large might be too big in the body. Thoughts?

post #783 of 2651

I ordered those jeans from luisa, and they are not at all that ripped in real as on the picture. The ones I received look exaclty like these: http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/men/saint-laurent-skinny-fit-jean-item-10626212.aspx?storeid=9453

 

I bought them on pre-order. It's annoying that quite often the items change in some ways when going into production, and luisa do not update the information... 

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Originally Posted by kelice View Post

I ordered those jeans from luisa, and they are not at all that ripped in real as on the picture. The ones I received look exaclty like these: http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/men/saint-laurent-skinny-fit-jean-item-10626212.aspx?storeid=9453

I bought them on pre-order. It's annoying that quite often the items change in some ways when going into production, and luisa do not update the information... 

hmmmm, cheers mate! Yeah that is definitely disappointing. I wonder if that's the same for the ones at Barney's as well.
post #785 of 2651
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  1. Very cool. Thanks. I may bite the bullet and grab it when Far Fetch gets back to me regarding their "French Sizing." Can a French 50 really equal a US 44? If so I may have found my new favorite jacket. Will post pics. Gotta talk my wallet into opening that wide first. wink.gif

 

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Check out the measurements on Mr Porter more reliable than Farfetch I find.

http://www.mrporter.com/product/410858

 

 

Yeah, dude, if you're in the US, buy it from Mr. Porter, not FarFetch.  Mr. P has awesome customer service, fast shipping, and free returns.  It's a sick jacket.  If you have funds, go for it.

post #786 of 2651
I wrote to the store in Italy who is selling it on Far Fetch. They confirmed that the French 50 is, indeed, a US 44. And it would be $200 cheaper than Mr P (the UK site). So I don't know. I wish I could be sure of the fit in the shoulders. Don't want to get a baggy but otherwise stunning jacket. I'm a US 42 in most jackets.
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I wrote to the store in Italy who is selling it on Far Fetch. They confirmed that the French 50 is, indeed, a US 44. And it would be $200 cheaper than Mr P (the UK site). So I don't know. I wish I could be sure of the fit in the shoulders. Don't want to get a baggy but otherwise stunning jacket. I'm a US 42 in most jackets.

Sadly, it'll be too big. The jackets are not cut super slim, IMO, in fact, they're on the boxy side so if you get a US 44 and you're a US 42, you'll definitely have extra material around the body and it won't have the tight SLP look.
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Sadly, it'll be too big. The jackets are not cut super slim, IMO, in fact, they're on the boxy side so if you get a US 44 and you're a US 42, you'll definitely have extra material around the body and it won't have the tight SLP look.

Thank you!! That's so great to know. Was mainly worried about the shoulders but it being leather I'm guessing there'll be some stretching room.
post #789 of 2651

Was looking to buy the Classic Chelsea Boots but was wondering if there was anything that differentiated the SLP versions as opposed to a cheaper alternative? and if there are any cheaper alternatives, do you have any particular recommendations?

post #790 of 2651

I have a pair of St Laurent motorcycle chelseas. I like them, but I prefer my Trickers lambourns, which were cheaper and better quality leather. Also check out Loake if you want something even cheaper, but still respectable.

post #791 of 2651
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I have a pair of St Laurent motorcycle chelseas. I like them, but I prefer my Trickers lambourns, which were cheaper and better quality leather. Also check out Loake if you want something even cheaper, but still respectable.

do they have a similar last?

post #792 of 2651
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Was looking to buy the Classic Chelsea Boots but was wondering if there was anything that differentiated the SLP versions as opposed to a cheaper alternative? and if there are any cheaper alternatives, do you have any particular recommendations?

I have a pair of the chelsea boots. I think they might differ from other boots in that they are very snug in the ankle and the upper part :P

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I have a pair of the chelsea boots. I think they might differ from other boots in that they are very snug in the ankle and the upper part :P

did you buy at retail?

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did you buy at retail?

yes, why?

post #795 of 2651
Just trying to get a pair and was seeing what price point people usually buy these at.
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