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post #196 of 259
hah. hell, if you like them then go for it. i deliberately wear stuff sometimes that I think is a little "off." i like that. keeps things from looking sterile
post #197 of 259

I feel I need to up my floral shirt game for the summer, I'm yet to find the perfect one. 

Any reccommendations?

post #198 of 259
What do you like? Colors...micro/macro print...what kind of flowers? Daisies? Chrysanthemums? Sunflowers? Roses? Bloodroot? Trillium? Dutchman's breeches? Long sleeve? What kind of fabric (I like chambray prints)?
post #199 of 259

Looking for a micro print shirt, open to any colours/fabric, definitely long sleeve. 

 

Will only accept an orchid print shirt crafted out of real orchids (0)

post #200 of 259
Margellon has a Seurat floral that's retailing for like 500.
post #201 of 259
I found this new Merona floral print shirt at Goodwill for five bucks. I'm thinking of overdying it; I'm thinking I'll come out $490 ahead. peepwall[1].gif
post #202 of 259
You say that a lot, and I admire your tenacity and belief (for cereal), but - I have to be brutally honest here - I have yet to see evidence that this ever actually works.
post #203 of 259
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

I found this new Merona floral print shirt at Goodwill for five bucks. I'm thinking of overdying it; I'm thinking I'll come out $490 ahead. peepwall[1].gif

 

Whether the dye job works out or not, you'll still end up with a Merona shirt at best.

 

I hope you get the result you want, but I don't think you'll really be creating an equivalent product for 2% of the cost. You may spend that much, and thus come out without spending the other 98%, but I don't think it's a good comparison.

 

Yes, with the crouching visual, you must have seen this reaction coming, but I don't know if you're serious.

post #204 of 259
laugh.gif Well, it'll work for me -- can't guarantee the same for anyone else.

Don't get me wrong, I'd love to get ahold of something like tween's pebble shirt, but beyond that -- for me -- a lot of things are too exorbitant to justify. Often, I'm happier just slapping some thrifted fist-sized Armani buttons onto a cheaper shirt than I am being disappointed by something higher end. That's just shirts, though. And in patterns I'll rarely wear. YMMV.
post #205 of 259
I realize I'm a bit late. These look like they would be comfortable for summer. What do you guys think?

Check out the reviews they are pretty good.

http://www.boden.co.uk/en-GB/blanktemplate.aspx?MasterName=2&SegmentID=1&Title=Mens%20Marylebone%20Skirt&content=mens-marylebone-skirt&cm_mmc=email-_-Miscellaneous-_-LM__BRWT6HB8xog7t4-_-main
post #206 of 259
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

I got one. The quality is more than decent . I just had a hat shop reshape it for me once I received. Like all Panama hats its is shipped to you crushed and has to be reshaped

Did you ever post a pic of you wearing it?
post #207 of 259
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Originally Posted by slstr View Post

I feel I need to up my floral shirt game for the summer, I'm yet to find the perfect one. 

Any reccommendations?

Has your floral shirt game been weak lately?  That's not a trend I can get behind.

post #208 of 259

I'm not really sure what that's meant to mean, but floral shirts are fucking cool and I want more of them.

post #209 of 259

Back on topic, I liked this one by Run/Hide a lot

But I'm now too late frown.gif if anyone knows any shirts similar to this one (or wants to sell me theirs in an S?) that would be awesome.

 

This one by Ts(s) is rad too, but a bit pricey for me.


Edited by slstr - 4/5/13 at 8:24am
post #210 of 259
That black Run/Hide shirt might just be the only floral shirt I've seen that I'd happily wear.
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