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Taichi stuff fits like MA+ -- super long arms, tight armholes, tight body on tops, low-rise and slim thighs on pants. Can't fit in any of his stuff
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Originally Posted by ddohnggo View Post

out of curiosity, what was the tagged size on the taichi's and how did they really measure/fit? i tried on the linen/denim jeans and they were too tight for me; curious if he updated the pants pattern at all.

Size 8; I asked for whatever was closest to a Eur52. The waist was maybe 1.5 cm off, but the legs were extremely tight, and I don't have huge thighs or calves (average). In contrast, my L-0 pants fit slightly loose in the waist at size 52, with no problem in the thighs or calves (although calves definitely tighter, relatively speaking, than thighs). SO sad not to be able to wear these amazing pieces. 

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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

Taichi stuff fits like MA+ -- super long arms, tight armholes, tight body on tops, low-rise and slim thighs on pants. Can't fit in any of his stuff

Yeah, maybe even tighter! I can fit into my ma+ horse biker jacket comfortably now, after a few wears to stretch it out (yours looks awesome on you, btw; I'm definitely in the "keep it" camp), but granted, it is a 56, which Holger felt would work (and, as usual, he was right!). No way I could fit into a single top Taichi makes. Ever. So it goes. Never tried any ma+ pants.

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pretty sure size 8 is eu50 in taichi (5 = 44)

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there's probably no size 9

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that was nice of the shop then to size down for you :/

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Yeah I'm a 48 and I can't fit into a size 6 other than outerwear. Size 7 doesn't really exist in Japan..
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Anyone familiar with the difference in fit between LUC top-stitch free jeans and one cut pleated jeans? Any preference?
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Team.......... the boot tuck..... how do i master this? been trying and everything looks silly on me, i'm approx 5'10 and size 11 feet will not be able to avoid the clown effect but i wanna wear Rick Geos with a boot tuck will cropped jeans work? and if so give some suggestions, don't be shy
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Geo is the easiest to tuck, way easier than any actual boot. Just wear some pants/jeans with a tight hem, or let the pants stack on top of the sneakers. Or wear with any pair of tapered sweatpants from Nike/Adidas, etc. 

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Geo is the easiest to tuck, way easier than any actual boot. Just wear some pants/jeans with a tight hem, or let the pants stack on top of the sneakers. Or wear with any pair of tapered sweatpants from Nike/Adidas, etc. 

7inch hems work? I have detroits from RO...
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Want but the struggles of being short. Nice cross between IS and recent patterns of SFTM.

 

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Now that fall is here, what are everyone's go-tos for long sleeved t-shirts? at all price points - I wish AA made a long sleeve with same neck opening as the summer loose crew. Off the top of my head I think of TVA, KKA, and then LUC (but let's be real I am not going to wear LUC every day of the week).

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Now that fall is here, what are everyone's go-tos for long sleeved t-shirts? at all price points - I wish AA made a long sleeve with same neck opening as the summer loose crew. Off the top of my head I think of TVA, KKA, and then LUC (but let's be real I am not going to wear LUC every day of the week).

uniqlo thermals
uniqlo long sleeve button down
wings and horns knits/thermals
frank leder for long sleeve button down

looking for others as well
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7inch hems work? I have detroits from RO...

7" hems are too large to get a consistent stack on top of boots or to get a good tuck, unless you have really large and muscular calves.  I would guess that you need to go down to at least 6.5".

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