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post #12061 of 28509
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

I haven't gotten any Sierra Trading Post coupons in my email in more than a month. Anyone else having this issue? Checked my spam filter and my email settings from STP too, and nothing. I have some sundries I was looking to get, but I never buy anything from them without using a coupon.

Still getting a ton of them. Maybe try contacting them or signing up with a new email?
post #12062 of 28509
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

I haven't gotten any Sierra Trading Post coupons in my email in more than a month. Anyone else having this issue? Checked my spam filter and my email settings from STP too, and nothing. I have some sundries I was looking to get, but I never buy anything from them without using a coupon.


Did you check your spam folder, or just the filter? They're likely in there, or one or more of their emails they sent to you bounced, so they stopped sending them. I don't know if they actually do the latter, however.

post #12063 of 28509
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Originally Posted by wannabe View Post

What kind of buttons should I put on a:
- forrest green double-breasted sportcoat.
- navy suede sportcoat.
- worsted olive sportcoat.
- light gray sportcoat.


Opinions and suggestions needed!

Bump for more opinions. So far, I've heard brown horn with everything.
post #12064 of 28509
Is it realistic to alter the waist on a pair of jcrew cotton bowery pants? I have a pair that fits me perfectly except the waist is maybe 2-3 inches too big so a belt tightened to the right amount bunches up the fabric. I have cyclist sprinter legs so my thighs and calves are bigger in proportion to my waist.
post #12065 of 28509
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Originally Posted by wannabe View Post

Bump for more opinions. So far, I've heard brown horn with everything.

Pale horn buttons on the light grey coat would look great.
I wouldn't rule out navy buttons on the navy coat and green ones on the green coats.
You could maybe get metal buttons on the forest green db coat, it sounds like it might be blazery enough, just.
But it's hard to say without seeing the coats/cloths and buttons in person - how about some pics?
post #12066 of 28509
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

They look like Church's

This is what I thought, but they have also some other models, 'made in the same factory in UK' with a channeled sole. As far as I know Church's doesn't make any longer channeled soles. The only few made were manufactured in Italy.


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post #12067 of 28509
Then I'd say definitely Cheaney.
post #12068 of 28509

Hermes Tie - Looking to purchase

Hi,

 

I am looking at purchasing a Hermes Tie, but being 18 I cannot afford new right now.

 

Since I don't trust eBay, styleforum was recommended, can anyone point me in a good direction?

 

I am particularly fond of the animal prints :)

 

Jorge

post #12069 of 28509
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Originally Posted by Althis View Post

Is it realistic to alter the waist on a pair of jcrew cotton bowery pants? I have a pair that fits me perfectly except the waist is maybe 2-3 inches too big so a belt tightened to the right amount bunches up the fabric. I have cyclist sprinter legs so my thighs and calves are bigger in proportion to my waist.

Absolutely. I did it on many less expensive pants when I lost some weight.
post #12070 of 28509
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Originally Posted by samanthajane View Post

Hi, I am a 3rd year University student putting together research for my dissertation.

 

If anyone could possibly take part in my short survey it would be a huge help!

 

http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22DXDYEL6JK


For your dissertation? Or for a "range that [you are] creating for High Street retailer - Next. Under the new sub-brand of 'Next Iconic'?"

post #12071 of 28509
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Originally Posted by Jorgeezy View Post

Hi,

 

I am looking at purchasing a Hermes Tie, but being 18 I cannot afford new right now.

 

Since I don't trust eBay, styleforum was recommended, can anyone point me in a good direction?

 

I am particularly fond of the animal prints :)

 

Jorge

http://www.styleforum.net/f/6714/mens-clothing-classifieds

 

Watch. Patience.

 

You can also watch this thread: http://www.styleforum.net/t/164750/cool-shoes-paraphernalia-desiderata-part-ii/ Sometimes somebody will post Hermes items from a known reputable eBayer.

post #12072 of 28509
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Originally Posted by mymil View Post



For your dissertation? Or for a "range that [you are] creating for High Street retailer - Next. Under the new sub-brand of 'Next Iconic'?"

+1... every one of my friends who has started a brand or clothing venture has used a survey such as this.
post #12073 of 28509

Can anybody tell me something about what's the deal with this Dormeuil Jacket? The folks over at the thrifting thread swept right past me. Some more pinching revealed that the jacket appears to be half canvassed after all.

post #12074 of 28509
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Originally Posted by mymil View Post

http://www.styleforum.net/f/6714/mens-clothing-classifieds

 

Watch. Patience.

 

You can also watch this thread: http://www.styleforum.net/t/164750/cool-shoes-paraphernalia-desiderata-part-ii/ Sometimes somebody will post Hermes items from a known reputable eBayer.



Thanks man, I will be checking the classifieds to try pick up my first Hermes then :') It might take a while until I find one I like I guess >.<

post #12075 of 28509
Any suggestions for a place I can stock up on socks? Maybe some place or online site with a sale? Livin in Florida weather for a while and I realize black socks aren't going to cut it if I want to expand my wardrobe.

Quality and color is what i'm aiming for. Any help is appreciated.
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