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Originally Posted by joshmick View Post
 

I will try, that's just a ton of extra fabric.

 

Are they soaked/washed yet? They should shrink up when you do that.

post #18947 of 51320
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Originally Posted by vexco View Post
 

 

Pinrolls?

Na, being a short dude, if you have a 30" inseam and try to pinroll 6", it's going to look funny. In my experience with pinrolling jeans to go with my sneakers, I do max 3 rolls on a 32 inseam to sit right on my ankle. 

 

#shortpeopleprobs

post #18948 of 51320
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Originally Posted by vexco View Post
 

 

Are they soaked/washed yet? They should shrink up when you do that.

perhaps I will try that! I haven't soaked yet. Thanks for the input. 

post #18949 of 51320

Hey, has anybody heard from @hbkshin I paid him like 30 days ago for something and haven't received it or heard back from him.  I know he was having some issues, I sure hope he is okay.  

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nm

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Originally Posted by joshmick View Post
 

On the same note, do any of you have tips for rolling up your jeans, without making the rolls look so bulky?

No, not really. Unless your jeans are super light then you can roll them up without being too bulky. but I would say any jeans over 15 oz. it's gonna be impossible unless your inseam have been shortened. You should see what happens when I rolled up my 20 oz Oni 527OR! 

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Love the heft of this Polo bomber

VV sport coats are OK with me
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bb makers, ferragamo x2, hermes, jcrew, prl

 

left to right - no name, tods, magnanni, AE maxfield, nike cortez basic leather 06

 

D&G navy pinstripe suit

 

rrl

 

burberry polos x2, burberry zip up sweater

 

j press and issey miyake polos

 

luciano barbera, canali, ez x2

 

patagonia x2

post #18954 of 51320
hello old friends. back with a random question. feel free to ignore if you'd like:
Warning: Fashion related but non-thrift question ahead... (Click to show)
if i want a versatile winter jacket that wouldn't look out of place at the bar nor at work (business/business casual - no tie/jacket), where am i looking?

caveat: OTHER than a peacoat or duffle on a budget of $300.

bonus points for specific brands
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Where do you live again? Is it NY? (meaning: how cold is it going to get? winter in minnesota is different from winter in oklahoma)

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I'd consider a Barbour. Versatile with zip in liner. Never fails me here in New England
post #18957 of 51320

Yo AceFace...

This guy really liked dunhill ties

post #18958 of 51320
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Originally Posted by My Main Man View Post

Where do you live again? Is it NY? (meaning: how cold is it going to get? winter in minnesota is different from winter in oklahoma)

NY yup!
post #18959 of 51320
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

 

This guy really liked dunhill ties

Can you blame him?

 

 

Thrift fit (XPOST FROM WAYWRN)

 

So I put this fit up in WAYWRN and then realized that literally every piece I was wearing was true thrifted by yours truly. That doesn't usually happen. Most of the time I've got an ethrift or a trade or something in there somewhere.

 

Cantarelli unstructured thin-wale cord

BB mini houndstooth slim fit OCBD

Daniel Cremieux Italian Knit

Hiltl chinos

AE Melrose

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Mint...8M

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