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post #5761 of 12663
Do we have a 'how should I wear x ' or 'this is how one should wear x ' thread?

I feel it would help me out a lot.
post #5762 of 12663
Damn. It's not that hard people. Get some pieces. Try it on with other stuff in your wardrobe. If you don't have something, conceptualize it and make it happen. I think it's fun getting various pieces of all styles/aesthetics and trying to make it work. Makes dressing interesting.
post #5763 of 12663
Thanks lel, I would say I don't usually need to wear dress shoes (I would rather not walk through all the snow and slush to get to class and have them get messed up. The 1000$ price range was just so that it didn't go insane on basics I have not actualy set aside a number which I will spend on clothes. For basics, would you guys recommend american apparel, or alternative apparel?
I would like a slim straight look, but I want to avoid button fly jeans as they are not my thing. I figured the redwing GT's would fit my style. Do the GT's fair well in the winter or are they for more late winter/early fall?
post #5764 of 12663
Edit: Never mind. Should have posted this in the jean thread.
post #5765 of 12663
American apparel is thicker and more ubiquitous, but I prefer Alt Apparel's cuts actually. Shorter in the length and sleeves.
post #5766 of 12663
Anyone know where I can still get a B. Son mock hoodie in a black L? Seems to be sold out everywhere I look. I already sent in a special order request at Revolve, waiting to hear back from them. This is the piece I'm talking about:
post #5767 of 12663
I've been eyeing a suit at STP (http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/0...-For-Men.html). The pants are described as flat front with a pleated curtain waistband which seems to be a contradiction. How can pants be both flat front and pleated?
post #5768 of 12663
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post
Anyone know where I can still get a B. Son mock hoodie in a black L? Seems to be sold out everywhere I look. I already sent in a special order request at Revolve, waiting to hear back from them. This is the piece I'm talking about:
they are Sold out everywhere. your best shot is the buy/sell threads here and on Sufu. I hare a large gray I might be willing to part with.
post #5769 of 12663
Does anyone know how sizing runs for the BoO x Sperry boat shoes from last season? I wear a 9.5 in my other Sperrys and I'm trying to figure out if I can fit into a size 9 of the BoO x Sperrys. Thanks!
post #5770 of 12663
Anyone know where I can get a Shades of Greige M65 jacket in black, size S or M? Context is sold out, Revolve doesn't have it in black. Also, I'm looking for the SoG Waxed Belted 4 Pocket Officer's Jacket, also black, S or M. Sold out at Context, no sizes left at Revolve. Seems like these are popular and/or slightly older items. Thanks in advance!
post #5771 of 12663
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Originally Posted by dakine View Post
Thanks lel, I would say I don't usually need to wear dress shoes (I would rather not walk through all the snow and slush to get to class and have them get messed up. The 1000$ price range was just so that it didn't go insane on basics I have not actualy set aside a number which I will spend on clothes. For basics, would you guys recommend american apparel, or alternative apparel?
I would like a slim straight look, but I want to avoid button fly jeans as they are not my thing. I figured the redwing GT's would fit my style. Do the GT's fair well in the winter or are they for more late winter/early fall?

There are things called overshoes I think? Not 100% but they're basically rubber slip ons that you put over your dress shoes to protect them from the rain and snow. Worth looking into.

Basics = anything. AA (both) are good but then again if GAP or Old Navy fits you then go with that.

As for GTs I don't know, I don't have a pair. I am basically regurgitating simple advice from the entirety of the SF forum.
post #5772 of 12663
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post
Anyone know where I can still get a B. Son mock hoodie in a black L? Seems to be sold out everywhere I look. I already sent in a special order request at Revolve, waiting to hear back from them. This is the piece I'm talking about:


Have you tried Context Clothing or Self Edge yet? Definitely try B/S forums as well.
post #5773 of 12663
does anyone know much about the edwin ed-77 slim jean. i really like the shape of the leg and the washes but the ass is weird, totally anti-fit. do i just need to size down a lot as with apcs? if so, how is the stretch? thanks..
post #5774 of 12663
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Originally Posted by mrpez View Post
I've been eyeing a suit at STP (http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/0...-For-Men.html).

The pants are described as flat front with a pleated curtain waistband which seems to be a contradiction. How can pants be both flat front and pleated?

It's possible because it doesn't say "pleated front", but "pleated curtain waistband". I think this is a detail you see in higher-end, better tailored dress pants, but I could be wrong. You'll likely get a better answer in the Men's Clothing subforum.
post #5775 of 12663
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Anyone know where I can still get a B. Son mock hoodie in a black L? Seems to be sold out everywhere I look. I already sent in a special order request at Revolve, waiting to hear back from them. This is the piece I'm talking about:


It's not black, but it's charcoal gray L (which is the color I got b/c I think it's more versatile, especially if you wear dark gray/black denim), but here's one being sold on Honestforum: B.Son
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