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post #8146 of 12663
http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban..._selectbox.jsp Shorts Shorts shorts...Can anyone tell me which ones are slim or not? And 9 Inch is standard right above knee inseam correct?
post #8147 of 12663
Yeah 9 inch should hit right above or at the knee. You should go try shorts on dude; pictures are deceiving and you don't necessarily want the slimmest short anyway. Wider shorts can look good too, though they look better if they're shorter. If I had to bet though I'd go with the Cheap Mondays or the BDGs. I still think the best option if you want non-premium slim shorts is to get pants and have them hemmed.
post #8148 of 12663
Yea, i've been on the fence about buying the cheap monday check shorts the past few months. I can get them for cheaper elsewhere but i dunno. I'm lazy. I kinda like those bycorpus colorblock sweatshorts for lounging around in.
post #8149 of 12663
what ever happened to the rakuten thread?
post #8150 of 12663
Over the past few months I've dropped approximately 30 lbs. I still have more to do in the weight loss dept. but I've started buying a few new clothes and it feels great.

Due to my previous overweightness, I'm not really used to wearing fitted clothes, so I'm trying to find the right spot!

This is the same shirt in two sizes - the first one is small. The second one is medium. I bought the medium a while ago, and I've been enjoying it. The medium has been washed and dried, so it's not getting any smaller. The small is off the rack in the store, so it might shrink a bit.

Should I go small? Thanks for any advice!
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post #8151 of 12663
Solid black pants= looking like a waiter.

Black pants with subtle pinstripe= acceptable?
post #8152 of 12663
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Originally Posted by bob99 View Post
Over the past few months I've dropped approximately 30 lbs. I still have more to do in the weight loss dept. but I've started buying a few new clothes and it feels great.

Due to my previous overweightness, I'm not really used to wearing fitted clothes, so I'm trying to find the right spot!

This is the same shirt in two sizes - the first one is small. The second one is medium. I bought the medium a while ago, and I've been enjoying it. The medium has been washed and dried, so it's not getting any smaller. The small is off the rack in the store, so it might shrink a bit.

Should I go small? Thanks for any advice!

wear the small
post #8153 of 12663
^ no way, wear the medium.
post #8154 of 12663
To be honest, the medium looks slightly too big (especially at the hem, but that may just be the pic), but the small looks too small, and will be even worse after washing. Personally, I'd try to find a better-fitting shirt, but if I had to choose, I'd go with medium.
post #8155 of 12663
Which mainstream stores in USA carry black leather Jack Purcells?
post #8156 of 12663
So my Endovanera tank came in the mail today. It's perfect, I am in love. I immediately threw it on and wore it to my 20th century art history exam. Big fucking mistake. I had to write a lot, a lot, a lot and my hand hurt and I was shaking it and shit and somehow managed to get a thin, light line of ink about three quarters of an inch long on the front of my tank top. I was absolutely furious. I got back to my room and sprayed the fuck out of it with Oxiclean but it just made the line lighter. I'm considering using tooth paste or bleach but I don't want to ruin my new tank. It's very thin; it's 100% cotton. Any suggestions? UPDATE: at this point the massive amount of oxiclean I sprayed has dried and the line is very faint but still visible to my OCD eye...should I just continue to bombard it with oxiclean and hope it evaporates out?
post #8157 of 12663
what about tide to go sticks? Then maybe a little water and scrubbing? Link to tank? I suppose i should work out a bit first. I'm getting soft as hell
post #8158 of 12663
does raf by raf fit true to size? how's the quality/fit?
post #8159 of 12663
http://www.tobi.com/product/17551-en...977#ref=plroll Oxiclean is basically like a tide to go stick but in spray form. I scrubbed it a lot, to the point where I started worrying I was gonna fuck up the material. But when the oxiclean dried/evaporated the line was much lighter so who knows. I dunno, my mom always told me if all else fails try toothpaste but that seems a little intense for this thing. I tried to take pics with my camera but the line isn't really visible, hahah. Hold on, there's on where you can kinda see it...
post #8160 of 12663
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Originally Posted by AndrewRyanWallace View Post
So my Endovanera tank came in the mail today. It's perfect, I am in love. I immediately threw it on and wore it to my 20th century art history exam. Big fucking mistake.

I had to write a lot, a lot, a lot and my hand hurt and I was shaking it and shit and somehow managed to get a thin, light line of ink about three quarters of an inch long on the front of my tank top. I was absolutely furious. I got back to my room and sprayed the fuck out of it with Oxiclean but it just made the line lighter. I'm considering using tooth paste or bleach but I don't want to ruin my new tank. It's very thin; it's 100% cotton. Any suggestions?

UPDATE: at this point the massive amount of oxiclean I sprayed has dried and the line is very faint but still visible to my OCD eye...should I just continue to bombard it with oxiclean and hope it evaporates out?

How about soaking the tank for an extended period of time?

Just a few weeks ago, an ink pad exploded on an admin assistant's new pants. She was able to soak for several days and the ink came out. I'm not sure if she prepped with anything before the soak.

Regardless, Good Luck.
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