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post #16 of 59
I'll resurrect this to ask, has anyone who has bought a pair Guitar Wolf got any opinions to share? How is the sizing, denim etc?
post #17 of 59
^^I would like to know this as well; I'm considering buying a pair. Hey, here's an idea: buy me a pair, and then I'll report back!
post #18 of 59
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post #19 of 59
I was looking at the Selfedge site and must say Flathead's offerings, while not what I would wear, are a cut above pretty much anything in that genre; shirts, jeans, jewellery, wallets all look impressive and fit perfectly within the breadth of the brand's core values.
post #20 of 59
I need to know what shoes Sidney is wearing!
post #21 of 59
Filippa K Men's Shoe from 2006... most of their models are the same year to year give or take a few minor changes (as far as I am aware of). I found them at Opening Ceremony two years ago at clearance, if that helps. Retail is $400USD.
post #22 of 59
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Filippa K Men's Shoe from 2006... most of their models are the same year to year give or take a few minor changes (as far as I am aware of).

I found them at Opening Ceremony two years ago at clearance, if that helps. Retail is $400USD.

Really? I swore those were the shoes you bought the time both of us got shoes at Gimme Shoes... How cute of us....
post #23 of 59
Are these pics pre or post soak/shrink?
post #24 of 59
Is it just me or do some people take this denim thing way too far? I mean, I like nice clothes and all, but when the clothes go from well-designed denim to denim for the fucking sake of denim it throws me off. Hell, some of the 'workwear inspired' stuff coming out isn't even inspired -- it looks like I should be sifting near Sutter's Mill.
post #25 of 59
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Are these pics pre or post soak/shrink?

They're sanforized, so there's no need for a soak....
I can't fucking wait till my pair is hemmed...
post #26 of 59
I must say I do really love these Dry Bones Red-D Slims. I've been wearing them for a couple weeks and they are breaking in nicely. Perfect length too!
post #27 of 59
any chance of getting the promotional code for this brand? i'm really interested with the jeans and jacket.
post #28 of 59
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Just got a restock of the Red-D by Dry Bones.. The newest model to come out of the Dry Bones camp, the Red-D slim jeans made of their Sushi Ear denim. An amazing slim cut jean with some great accents, an original new yoke design, and attention to detail. We fell in love with this jean the second it came into the store, with every employee wanting a pair. Also we've received a full restock of the Guitar Wolf and DP-570 jeans, Dual Prong Belt, and the Type III denim jacket. Also in is a full restock of the Skull 5010 6x6, 5507, and 5010 Black Selvedge along with the Skull Sawtooth Denim shirt and Black & White Striped Fab shirt. Check the online store for prices, photos, and specs on all these items from Dry Bones and Skull. Dry Bones: http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...index&cPath=72
post #29 of 59
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Dry Bones Natural Indigo Dyed Pin Striper Shirt

While in Japan in the Spring we helped design a Natural Indigo dyed shirt with Dry Bones, the result of that collaborative sake filled moment is this new release that is a beautifully dyed Natural Indigo Pin Striper Shirt.

With a flap chest pocket, a vintage workwear style button enclosure, and triple stitched throughout this shirt is exactly what we wanted in a classic style shirt but in a dark natural indigo woven fabric.
The shirt appears quite dark when new, but will lighten after a few washes and fade over time just like indigo denim.

Also in is a full restock of the Dry Bones Dual Prong Belt, Type III Jacket, and Red-D Slim Jeans.
Available now in our online store in limited quantities, check the online store for many more photos:

http://www.selfedge.com/shop/index.p...index&cPath=72


post #30 of 59
Hey kiya, Dry Bones sometimes makes red chambray shirts. Have you seen any lately?
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