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Originally Posted by pronxs View Post

yo teg take pics of your shoes collection. i think you have a great one.

too lazy to take pics, but prett happy with what I have:

boots:

grenson tan pebble laceup boots w/ a commando sole
mcnairy x tres bien suede crepe sole captoe dirty buck boots (might sell, they are a little tight)
ll bean katahdins
brooks brothers dainite soled dressy-ish boots

shoes:

mmm white lows
cp achilles vintage grey with dark grey suede tongue/back piece
nike x j crew white leather sneakers (forget what these really are)
nike montreals
our legacy dark grey suede wholcuts on a double leather sole
rancourt natural chromexcel ranger mocs, although gonna send these back for a crepe sole
mcnairy x tbs dark brown waxy wholecuts, need to get these resoled off some vibram bullshit

petty happy overall. need some actual dress shoes, but not right now. if i get a dressy job will probably pick up 1-2 pairs of meermin. also might snag some cheapo bass or jcrew bucks.
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I like the color on those pants teger but pants of that length are dangerous territory. You could just look very Euro circa 2002. By all means give them a shot tho
post #30903 of 39345
Mackintosh with removable Harris Tweed liner. My only concern is it might be too warm for SF even without the liner. Thoughts?



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I was thinking about long, black trench coat with nice drape and waterproof ability, which would be slim an slightly relaxed cut. And I found this one from Julius, i like it design side, but i'm not sure about cut. It's from SS 04, so I have no idea about what was with Julius in those days.
post #30905 of 39345
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Originally Posted by scottcw View Post

Mackintosh with removable Harris Tweed liner. My only concern is it might be too warm for SF even without the liner. Thoughts?

Nice but I think you're right - mackintosh is not breathable
post #30906 of 39345
the julius will be slim. if you're looking for something that's relaxed, it won't be it.
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TOJ Black lamb MA-1? 

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or this instead

http://www.thecorner.com/us/men/blazer_cod41315788sp.html
Edited by cyc wid it - 2/17/13 at 11:48pm
post #30909 of 39345
I like the first one
post #30910 of 39345
Thinking about getting these pants in this color, but maybe I should just get it in black? I have a pair of Y's pants in a very similar cut in black already though.

Sticking to simple cuts smile.gif

post #30911 of 39345
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

Nice but I think you're right - mackintosh is not breathable

Thanks. What is the temp range for a Mackintosh then?
post #30912 of 39345
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Thinking about getting these pants in this color, but maybe I should just get it in black? I have a pair of Y's pants in a very similar cut in black already though.

Sticking to simple cuts smile.gif

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They look rather nice, but I don't think they'll work very well with your skin tone. I also think you should stick to a more tapered silhuette, as mentioned earlier. Those look like a pretty straight cut.

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They are actually tapered from the stock standing pic. I'll have to think about the color. Perhaps black is the best bet. Thanks conceptionist!
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I agree with conceptionist, I don't think the burgundy goes with your skin tone.
post #30915 of 39345
Kk. I'm leaning towards the black. Here is a picture of the color from the sIte. Do you guys think it would be better if it was lighter? Out should i stay away from all Burgundy?

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