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post #8311 of 13958
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Damn that h and m comment had me checking their website. Been awhile. Its like you can buy Geller, ERVELL, mmm pieces for $50

Yeah they're steadily improving, past 2-3 "Trend" seasons have had lots of nice-looking pieces.

Only seriously bad thing is that they cut the pants too short, even the ones that look long in their model pics.
(have two pairs of pants that flare but unfortunately they are both like 5cm too short which just makes em look weird)

 

Aforementioned suede jacket (Click to show)

post #8312 of 13958
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

Speaking of denim, anyone have a recommendation for skinny-ish black jeans with not-too-low of a rise? I tried on N&F's Weird Guys and liked the leg line, but not the seat. A friend suggested I check out RgT's Stanton and SK fits, but the local shop is sold out.

Not looking to get anything too skinny, but also not looking for slim straight-legs.


You can order direct from RGT. They accept returns.

post #8313 of 13958
On the topic of recommendations does anybody have a good rec for a "fashion" onesie/all in one?
It doesn't look like anybody picked up the Geller one for this season and next season is a velour collarless v-neck, I haven't seen an EG or Philip Lim one this season. I'm not really sure who else does them regularly other than that Chapter brand.
Ideally somebody find me a 52 Geller from last season please.
post #8314 of 13958
I'm looking for a minimalistic trench coat, something in a light but substantial spring weight fabric, water-resistant. No buttons on the wrists, no epaulettes, relatively slim lapels, single breasted or double-breasted with buttons hidden on one side.

Something like this Stephan Schneider coat:



Any tips?
post #8315 of 13958

You thin enough for this? https://*****************/listings/480162-Ann-Demeulemeester-Vintage-Ann-Demeulemeester-Wool-DB-Trench-SZ-XS

 

Also, that Schneider is like what I never knew I always wanted.

post #8316 of 13958
The Norwegian Rain stuff might be too 'technical' but it's really nice.
post #8317 of 13958
Norwegian Rain stuff is nice, but I don't need actually waterproof as I use an umbrella - want something like a cotton-canvas or a 60/40 cloth blend
post #8318 of 13958
From sz
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 Rick Owens at the Supreme store opening – where’s your god satan now? 

post #8319 of 13958
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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

Norwegian Rain stuff is nice, but I don't need actually waterproof as I use an umbrella - want something like a cotton-canvas or a 60/40 cloth blend

have you looked at margiela/balenciaga?

post #8320 of 13958
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

have you looked at margiela/balenciaga?

Wow, just noticed your signature.



Is Synthese turning CM?

Kind of explains the dad jeans.
post #8321 of 13958
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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

Norwegian Rain stuff is nice, but I don't need actually waterproof as I use an umbrella - want something like a cotton-canvas or a 60/40 cloth blend

An umbrella won't help you when it's windy.

How about HancockVA
post #8322 of 13958
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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

I'm looking for a minimalistic trench coat, something in a light but substantial spring weight fabric, water-resistant. No buttons on the wrists, no epaulettes, relatively slim lapels, single breasted or double-breasted with buttons hidden on one side.

Something like this Stephan Schneider coat:


Any tips?

 

Comoli tielocken coat? although they seem quite expensive for what they are. There are a few other brands (like teatora) doing similar tielocken style coats this season though.

 

post #8323 of 13958
both teatora and comoli are high on my list, just making sure I wasn't missing anything

Margiela and Balenciaga are great, but too expensive new
post #8324 of 13958
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

What deodorant you guys using? I've been using Baxter for about a year now, really like it but wanted to mix it up. I think there was a similar light deodorant that was recommended, its a bit more expensive? Dunno $25 sorta the limit

malin goetz
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Originally Posted by Bussit View Post

Tom's of Maine unscented.

Could not contain my man musk frown.gif
post #8325 of 13958
Ah yea, I think it was Malin + Goetz that was recommended before.. I really do like the Baxter one but want a break from the scent.
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