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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Hrmmm black Dior raws worth it?

japan ? they're very nice, tough denim with white slub. i bought a pair earlier in the year and they were a little baggy (sized down) and i could not get much creasing on them so eventually sold them. 

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Originally Posted by ExAngel View Post

japan ? they're very nice, tough denim with white slub. i bought a pair earlier in the year and they were a little baggy (sized down) and i could not get much creasing on them so eventually sold them. 

Yeah would be MIJ. I've just always cheaped out when it came to black jeans... wish I could just wear them + leather + t + side zips/black raf vandals every day though.
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post


Yeah would be MIJ. I've just always cheaped out when it came to black jeans... wish I could just wear them + leather + t + side zips/black raf vandals every day though.

thats exactly how ill be spending my winter... indigo 19cm raw + rick leather + uniqlo tees and augusta backzips. i say go for it!

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No such luck. It's more like: outwear + ocbd + chinos/slacks + MC footwear 5 days a week.
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Diors are great if you're tall enough. Otherwise you gotta get them hemmed or else you end up with stacksonstacksonstacks at your ankles.
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Will probably be gone by the time I get feedback but oh well. Only reason I'm hesitant is because I've never been much of a cardigan-wearer. I also just ordered a (lightweight) cardigan so two for someone who isn't used to wearing any seems a bit much. Still, it's really nice and I've wanted an SS knit for a while. Price is good too.
post #29287 of 38355
Ijevan is supposed to be relatively itchy, if you're sensitive to that at all
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buy it wurm! wear it open. so few SS cardigans look good buttoned up imo. the longer ones that go past the bum do, though
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I think most cardigans look bad buttoned
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urite. except if you are wearing an untucked button-up and a tie underneath. then its DOPE
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

When did KOY become the purveyor of all knowledge in this thread?

I don't think I post THAT much (atleast not in this thread), but like, if I answer some question it's obviously a personal opinion based on personal experience, preference and what I've read. But writing that the end of every post I make seems kinda pointless, since I figure everyone already know that, because hey, this is a forum, it's all opinions.
I expect that someone will correct if I say something that's way off, but that doesn't really happen much anymore.
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

About 6 months after you became the purveyor of all knowledge on this forum.
(Nohate)

Hah ^^
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Originally Posted by DividedWay View Post

Ijevan is supposed to be relatively itchy, if you're sensitive to that at all

tis true unfortunately----the only down side to this cardi---it can feel a bit creepy crawly in the arms---must wear longsleeves at all times.
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that dude has my haircut rofl
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Originally Posted by l1mab3an View Post

Any recommendations? I know nothing about watches, but want a decent gold one ($5-600 max)

Ah the ignorance of a watch noob who has not discovered the "in-house movement"! 1st off gold is pretty expensive nowadays so you will have to get gold plated. 2nd, if you get a nice quartz movement watch you will later discover the automatic movement, then you will discover complications, then the in-house movement which will make you covet watches that are way beyond your price ranges. My journey started with a Movado, to victorinox, to a couple of omegas, to a Rolex, to a zenith, and now I am drooling over a Ulysses Nardin. I'm broke but can't stop myself.

I say buy a Timex and be happy or buy a nice reasonably priced automatic Hamilton watch.
Go with the watch movement before the case material.
Check out a good watch forum and research prior to purchase such as "watchuseek" forum
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