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solution, get in time machine and cop margiela hand knit robe and schneider playlift
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J Crew Ludlow sport coat in English Herringbone - on sale for approx. $220 after taxes.  

http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/sportcoatsandvests/Ludlowsportcoats/PRDOVR~93445/93445.jsp

 

is that a good deal? what is the general opinion of the Ludlow jackets?  I am looking for a casual herringbone or tweed jacket...something that can get rumpled up and get that nice "lived in" look over time.  

 

I would get a 36S.  Hoping it fits similar to my Hugo Boss "the sweet" jacket.  

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J Crew Ludlow sport coat in English Herringbone - on sale for approx. $220 after taxes.  
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/sportcoatsandvests/Ludlowsportcoats/PRDOVR~93445/93445.jsp

is that a good deal? what is the general opinion of the Ludlow jackets?  I am looking for a casual herringbone or tweed jacket...something that can get rumpled up and get that nice "lived in" look over time.  

I would get a 36S.  Hoping it fits similar to my Hugo Boss "the sweet" jacket.  

got one of their herringbone jackets a couple years back and while the fit and aesthetic was great, it didn't hold up for shit--elbows were blown out after one season. opted to just wear as is sans elbow patches and I get even more compliments now than before #whoknewwomenlikedhomelessswag
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700

YSL leather print cotton jersey t shirt. 110 pounds on mrP.

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700
YSL leather print cotton jersey t shirt. 110 pounds on mrP.

This little detail might be cool if the tee also had an interesting cut or something. As it stands, it's just an expensive gimmick on an otherwise boring crew neck tshirt.

In my opinion, anyway.
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should i? not sure of the brand tho.

 

1000

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Prt, would the shirt have half the appeal without the YSL label?
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Well, there isn't any obvious label to speak of, it could be from anywhere really.  I guess having it 50% off tempts me a bit.  I would never touch it at full retail.  I think the texture makes it interesting.  I usually wear my tees with blazers or cardigans so rather than having a plain t shirt i was thinking maybe something more textured might be interesting.  Still, a lot of money for a t shirt though.  

Hendrix, agreed that other than the texture/detail it's just an ordinary crew neck t shirt.  
 

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Love the shape of these Momas but I don't like the looks of the sole material. Listed as 'rubber' on yoox, but I have a feeling its probably some kind of hard, spongy foam or something equally gross. Has anyone ordered Momas with a similar looking sole?

Would cost me $25 to even try them out b/c of shipping there/back

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got one of their herringbone jackets a couple years back and while the fit and aesthetic was great, it didn't hold up for shit--elbows were blown out after one season. opted to just wear as is sans elbow patches and I get even more compliments now than before #whoknewwomenlikedhomelessswag

hm I've heard the opposite about how they hold up but thanks for your input!

 

can anyone else recommend a casual herringbone sport coat similar to what JCrew puts out?  

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Originally Posted by TWorksheets View Post

Love the shape of these Momas but I don't like the looks of the sole material. Listed as 'rubber' on yoox, but I have a feeling its probably some kind of hard, spongy foam or something equally gross. Has anyone ordered Momas with a similar looking sole?
Would cost me $25 to even try them out b/c of shipping there/back

I have a pair of MOMAs from Yoox. They look good, but they're really heavy for their size. My sole is leather.
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I have a pair of MOMAs from Yoox. They look good, but they're really heavy for their size. My sole is leather.

Thanks

I've actually handled a couple pairs with the leather soles as well and they are fine by my standards, however I still don't like the looks of those thick 'rubber' layers...
post #30194 of 38786
The YSL shirt is okay but dated. Obviously, SLP is the way to go now.
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Looking at getting a Svensson Cloud Knit (http://www.svenssonshop.com/product-view.asp?catid=15743&prodid=34816&ref=%2Fproduct-dlist%2Easp%3Ftemplate%3Dsvensson_style%26catid%3D15743%26search%3D%26new%3D0%26brand%3D%26itemsperrow%3D%26itemsperpage%3D12%26so%3D%26ex_catid%3D%26sortby%3D6%26sortorder%3D1%26page%3D4) instead of an SNS Stark.  

 

Can anyone comment on the quality and fit of the Svensson compared to SNS?  I'm 6'1 205lbs and wear an XL in SNS and a L in Uniqlo knits.  Should I get a L or XL Svensson?

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