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post #406 of 2146
Damn dude! That Deepti stuff is sick. How heavy is the turtleneck knit?
post #407 of 2146

thanks! light to medium weight with a loose weave, need to be reasonably careful with it as it snags easily.

 

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PNW? Are you in... Seattle??? Please bring more fashion to the area smile.gif

sort of, Bellevue technically.

post #408 of 2146
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thanks! light to medium weight with a loose weave, need to be reasonably careful with it as it snags easily.

 

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PNW? Are you in... Seattle??? Please bring more fashion to the area smile.gif

sort of, Bellevue technically.

My hometown :slayer:

post #409 of 2146
X-post. Felt like sharin'.





Wearing some new things in an old city (NYC).

Layer-0 hat
LGR shades
Issey tee
RAF cardi
LUC coat
LUC pants
m_moria mid/low boot
Harnden bag
post #410 of 2146

anyone able to offer some insight on LUC waist/thigh measurements? Looking between a size 48/50, sounds like the 48 will put me closer at a 32" and the 50 towards a 34" waist. I wear a 32-33" typically, but haven't had much luck finding a corresponding thigh measurement and wasn't sure if those were overly tight or anything. Currently thinking 48 is the way to go (I typically wear ~12" thigh). 

post #411 of 2146

^Very much depends on the model. I just got a pair in sz 44 that fit just right (no extra room) everywhere and I'm 29" with average thighs. I think on some skinnier models I would not be able to pull off the 44. Recently I've found waist+rise (especially rise) is more important than thigh measurement.

 

 

More on scarves, how does Daniel Andresen compare to Faliero? I decided I also want a super comfy scarf.

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@VitaTimH It depends on the style of pant. The soft J is pretty generous throughout. That is why I had mine taken in. Mine are a 44 and the waist is about 39 cm. There is still plenty of room through the seat and thigh since they left that unaltered. I just wanted a close to the leg stack like my minimalist version of the DNA cut does.  

 

As far as other perennial ZB styles, I wear a 46. I can't button a 44 in the standard DNA cut. They're meant to be worn closer to the natural waist rather than the hip. I think the models he usually shoots with just have really slim waists but large athletic thighs thus the look you get in his shop pics. I think @Auximenes wears a fair amount of ZB too. He might have some further input.  


I came to the same conclusion : the Soft Js are 1 size larger at the waist than the DNA cuts., and overall wider all along the leg.

Tbh, i would need my Soft Js to be tapered some in order to really fit well. The DNA cut is my favorite, but as with al lZam pants, you must hem them.

I ve been ncredibly lazy and i still haven't done it for mines...

post #413 of 2146
enjoy the stacks. live with the stacks. become one with the stacks.
post #414 of 2146
The comment "those pants look entirely too long" can always be met with "you should see them when they're off". It's a great icebreaker.
post #415 of 2146

I'm the opposite.  I'm 6'3 and I have considered ordering ZB pants custom with additional length so that I can achieve appropriate stacking.

post #416 of 2146

And then your awesome stacks just start pooling around your ankles :(

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enjoy the stacks. live with the stacks. become one with the stacks.

I love my stacks, but I use slippers for walking around my house.

Stacks+slippers=awkward times.
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I love my stacks, but I use slippers for walking around my house.

Stacks+slippers=awkward times.
Why wear the slippers? Just let the stacks flow. The stacks must flow.
post #419 of 2146
Dude, at all of 5'6" I'm a walking stack machine. They flow alright.

I wear slippers because I have white floors with white grout and I wanna keep them that way as long as possible.

Don't worry, my days of hemming more than 3" are well behind me.
post #420 of 2146
for everyone who've bidding on some slice of sandwich... Sorry.
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