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And from a brief perusal of the [City of Others] web site, which lacks an online store, it looks like they may not even be selling raw denim.

Forum affilliates DenimBar and ShopDetour stock Citi of Others.
post #5837 of 12663
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Forum affilliates DenimBar and ShopDetour stock Citi of Others.

Thanks, but my issue is that City of Others seems to produce only washed and rinsed jeans. Iron Army had several raw jeans in its product line. Although it looks like City of Others is sold at very reasonable prices, the washed look isn't for me.

I do appreciate the info, though. If I'm wrong and anyone can point me in the direction of some raw COO, don't hesitate.

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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
Crate and Somet are two brands that do low rises. Check them out.

I will do that, my friend. It almost seems as if I should repay you for this help. How could I do that . . . ?
post #5838 of 12663
You're a bastard. I hope you get laid by one of your bosses.
post #5839 of 12663
What APC fit would be most comparable to 511's? Fitwise, 511's have been the best for me recently. The denim 511's are made with otherwise, sucks big time. I wear a 30 in the 511's so i was thinking 28 NC's or 27 NS?
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I was looking at measurements on Context and what puzzles me is that a size 28 NC has a larger thigh than a size 28 NS?
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Question: Chocolate Brown shoes with a charcoal suit, Yay/Nay?
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Question: How difficult is it to do the following two tailoring jobs? 1. Narrowing the lapels on a blazer/suit jacket? 2. Narrowing the width of a tie?
post #5843 of 12663
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Question: Chocolate Brown shoes with a charcoal suit, Yay/Nay?
Yes as long as the shoes are a dark chocolate. Anybody know if Lacoste clothes online go on sale? I'm looking at this http://shopapparel.lacoste.com/p/Cab...lar/B001G4U7JI but don't have the cash for something that expensive.
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http://www.revolveclothing.com/Displ...%24200&d=b&n=s These pants are apparently available in size 46-54...what does that mean in American sizing? I typed this into google and this doesn't seem to be European standard sizing. What's up with this?
post #5845 of 12663
Usually when you see numbers like that they're paired to Euro suit sizing. Since there's typically a 6" drop between jacket size and pants size and a 46 Euro would be a 36 US suit... 36-6=size 30 pants.
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Ahh, that makes sense! Thanks Who!
post #5847 of 12663
normally 46=30 48=32 and so on. But i hear that the filippa k slim pants run a bit slim so probably 46=29, 48=31, 50=33. Can't tell you for sure how those pants fit, but that generally how the sizing translates. My April 77 pants are all euro sizing but this fall april 77 trousers are cut a bit bigger than previous seasons. Damn though. I like those pants. Great price too edit: too slow double edit: I wish that melange cardi didn't sell out in small or medium. Missed out
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Your input is appreciated too Chrono, hahah. Yeah, that Cardi was hot. I'm really digging Filippa K's stuff lately. Those pants do look pretty slim though...hmmm...think it's safer to size up to the 48? I'm a 30... Edit: I'ma cop those reddish boots if they hit 300...
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what are some brands for polos? i like ralph lauren but everybody has them. what about some others?
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who makes the chambray under this BoO hoodie?
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