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Ostrich shoes?
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Ok, so I found the perfect tee. All I need now is some insight on what color to get.

 

 

Or

 

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siki im? probably white 

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perfect? really??
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Hmmm. This is pretty tough.

 

I'd suggest the darker choice. Is it slate? My monitor displays colors lighter than most.

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Sruli recht. I´m inclined to the white, thought I love that blue as well. The only thing holding me back on the white is the posibility of wearing it all summer long and getting pit stains or something. Because I would wear it everyday, it looks perfect.

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Originally Posted by Lionheart Biker View Post

Sruli recht. I´m inclined to the white, thought I love that blue as well. The only thing holding me back on the white is the posibility of wearing it all summer long and getting pit stains or something. Because I would wear it everyday, it looks perfect.

I like that white and I think you might be able to get away from stains as it has a sort of rustic off white look to it. the blue is pretty dope and unique though, both would look cool with black pants. I really don't like the arms and neck though. Maybe if you're Russell Brand.

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you'd better be handsome/fit as fuck to pull that t-shirt off, otherwise you're going to look really really goofy, I promise
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I am, don´t worry  peepwall[1].gif   tongue.gif    I work out and I have a normal height. I´m not skinny, nor fat, nor huge. Unless it´s an extra long tee (which would make me look weird for not being tall) I think something like that would suit me.

 

I might get the white in the end, just to have that perfect (sup jet) summer white tee...... even if that blue is really nice.

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Those t's are nasty and are made worse by the very furry human that is modeling them. do not want.
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Originally Posted by Lionheart Biker View Post

I am, don´t worry  peepwall%5B1%5D.gif   tongue.gif     I work out and I have a normal height. I´m not skinny, nor fat, nor huge. Unless it´s an extra long tee (which would make me look weird for not being tall) I think something like that would suit me.

I might get the white in the end, just to have that perfect (sup jet) summer white tee...... even if that blue is really nice.

I'd be careful of those shoulders, sorta frilly effeminate. Not that that is a bad thing necessarily but if the fit isnt right it could look real bad esp if you have some level of chest development.
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I'd bet the shop could advise you on sizing. But I don't see the appeal in these. That's a lot of money for very plain boots. If you're gonna spend Junya money they ought ot at least have an orange quilted patch on the side or something.

Would never pay retail, but it's likely to make it to sale, and a pair of trickers at $300ish is a pretty solid price for trickers
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The sweater?

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Link to the product: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=13214891

Looks amazing in person. I'm just worried about the quality. I've no experience with Polo jackets, let alone their waxed ones. I like this more than the Barbour alternatives.
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Not digging those cap sleeve-esque SR tees, Lionheart Biker. I think even if you fill out the sleeves really well they'll still look weird as hell. confused.gif
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