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Originally Posted by neonrider View Post


stopped by sl today, the mood was very nervous and glum.
 

 

 

In LA at both boutiques as soon as I mentioned the rumors everyone was quick to defend and say no way, not happening, they are working on it, he's not going anywhere. Nervous indeed, but also naive lol. 

post #8327 of 14958

Any fit pics or thoughts on this jacket? it's 40% off at MrPorte

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Originally Posted by ohmydontcry View Post

13 chain hoodie
14 raw hem
14 western belt
15 french 60s (thx to slann on the proxy biggrin.gif )



This is great. Been on the lookout for French 60s or 45s online to round out my FW15 buys, but no luck. Are you still able to proxy @slann01?
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How do you guys take care of your wyatts? Adding a thin rubber sole/heel cap and occasional moisturizing/cleaning, or not doing anything?
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One more thing you should consider is that the newer and shinier your boots look, the less it fits with a lived-in rock and roll image. Unless you want to primarily wear it with a more tailored look, some creases and blemishes seem to add to the overall cohesive rock image. 

 

If you want it to be more for tailored wear then you should use shoe trees, horsehair brush, black shoe cream, shoe conditioner, and avoid wearing them on a rainy day. The shoe cream gives it some shine and helps add colour to areas that you have scuffed off. The conditioner is helpful if the boot seems dry or as a useful treatment, for when you accidentally soak it wet (apply after shoe has naturally dried), to prevent the leather from cracking. But really, most of the time a quick brush with your horsehair brush to remove dust and buff the surface is all that is needed. Applying too much product too frequently could also damage the leather. 

 

If you want it to wear with the rock look then ignore everything above. If you can get some dust on it, it would look even cooler.


Edited by thorns - 1/16/16 at 9:48pm
post #8331 of 14958
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Originally Posted by linstar View Post

How do you guys take care of your wyatts? Adding a thin rubber sole/heel cap and occasional moisturizing/cleaning, or not doing anything?

yea i topy my boots.

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Originally Posted by needhelp123 View Post
 

yea i topy my boots.

 

Did you topy them before wearing and can you notice they have a rubber sole just by looking?

 

Mainly worried about the soles, how has the leather on them held up? I have a pair of the dress shoes that were completely thrashed on the bottom after the first wear and was worried it would be the same on the boots.

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Originally Posted by Autre Vue View Post

This is great. Been on the lookout for French 60s or 45s online to round out my FW15 buys, but no luck. Are you still able to proxy @slann01?

Yeah man, still able to proxy, Just need to check for their avalaibility on italian ysl.com store. Message me with size and model if You want. @ohmydontcry really happy that you got them, they look killer on you. Cheers!
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Anyone here know if ordering from YSL.Com offers better incentives (packaging, supplements, etc.)

I've noticed that most boutiques have been slacking lately on presentation (I bought a jacket over the weekend and had to ask for a hanger and garment bag and they reacted very reluctantly). 

 

A friend of mine mentioned that some outerwear even have their own boxes from YSL.Com. 

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Originally Posted by slann01 View Post


Yeah man, still able to proxy, Just need to check for their avalaibility on italian ysl.com store. Message me with size and model if You want. @ohmydontcry really happy that you got them, they look killer on you. Cheers!

 

I'm actually looking for one of these:

 

 

which don't seem to be in stock anymore on ysl.com, nor at my local boutique. I never actually even saw them at any store in person, or online aside from the webiste, so I'm worried I've missed the boat. I don't think they even went on sale.

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@linstar

I vibram all my black boots and put topy on my suede ones and you absolutely can not tell from the side at all . Also gives a little bit more traction..Iv'e nearly ate shit a few times with my suede Santiago which are the only pair I have not topy'd haha
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Originally Posted by Adamdraps View Post

Do I go true to size on these?

https://www.ssense.com/en-us/men/product/saint-laurent/black-leather-hedi-boots/1428273

I sized down one for these (true 41 -> 40), same as Wyatt boots. I also prefer my shoes to fit tighter though.
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Originally Posted by Autre Vue View Post
 

 

I'm actually looking for one of these:

 

 

 

which don't seem to be in stock anymore on ysl.com, nor at my local boutique. I never actually even saw them at any store in person, or online aside from the webiste, so I'm worried I've missed the boat. I don't think they even went on sale.

 

Unfortunately these are soldout everywhere man.

post #8340 of 14958

Is the shaft of the current Hedi 30 Chelsea narrow enough for D02s or is it just the wyatts that got wide? Thanks

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