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what would i wear it with: black denim, hmmmm??? shog[1].gif
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yes, SS is good stuff
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Tommy Hilfiger is having a sale. Should I cop the shirt & jacket? Or roll with a legitimate military manufactured field jacket?
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Plugs make you look like a complete tool. Is that a good reason?


Seeing as I got my ears punched, not particularly.

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Should I?
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what would i wear it with: black denim, hmmmm??? shog[1].gif

No it looks more like a charcoal grey, pretty much any mid neutral could work well with it, brown, greys, taupe. For colors probably green, purple, blue? It's pretty nice material, I think there's two spring jackets with same color/material. That one and def jacket

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JCrew waxed canvas Abingdon messenger for a hundred bucks, or is there a better sorta similarly priced option for an entry level, testing the man bag waters -type man bag? (I'd maybe prefer one with an all-leather strap).
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I like that but know nothing about bags. Post how it is if you do get it? Starting a new job next week and i dont want to carry my drkshdw bag to the first week of work.
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KVA zip blazer redacted.
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the bag, would have a tailor sew on a chunky silver-zip so I can close it

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saw your question in the RFT thread koy, i think a leatherman (?) is more equipped to do the job. they have the proper needles and such.
i guess it depends on the thickness of the leather too so maybe a tailor can do it after all.

in any case, im working on bags with ms wu. i brought it up a few weeks back because i thought she could make the 'be all, end all' bag for me and mankind alike (a little dramatic i know haha)
so she said this morning that shed like to work on some bag ideas. stay tuned guys!!!!!!!
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U working with pier wu?

Yeah she was really nice when I emailed her
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yeah redface.gif

im off to london in t minus 7 days!!

well im not working, more like interning for a month
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Sounds like a dream come true

Gratz
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thanks toasty.
hope to come up with a great bag smile.gif
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saw your question in the RFT thread koy, i think a leatherman (?) is more equipped to do the job. they have the proper needles and such.
i guess it depends on the thickness of the leather too so maybe a tailor can do it after all.

in any case, im working on bags with ms wu. i brought it up a few weeks back because i thought she could make the 'be all, end all' bag for me and mankind alike (a little dramatic i know haha)
so she said this morning that shed like to work on some bag ideas. stay tuned guys!!!!!!!

Possibly, but on the "note" you get when leaving your stuff to the tailor there are different categories he circles depending on what you left him and I'm faily sure one of those are "Leather jacket", so shouldn't be a problem.
Will still swing by and ask him before buying it though smile.gif

Also, a PIER WUxSNOWMANXL bag (or maybe 2) could be soooooo cool icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Not a wallet, but like something smaller and slimmer for when you need just a few things and then something larger more duffel-like for well, when you need more stuff

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