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^^^^ 1000 mile boot, hands down. I would also love to hear what others might think??

 

AE also makes one worth considering if you want it a tad dressier.

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Originally Posted by likeaboss View Post

can someone recommend a nice boot like this Cole Haan for the winter? Preferably in a medium brown.
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I prefer either the Wolverine 1000 Mile or the Red Wing Iron Ranger. That boot looks dressier, but cheap and flimsy in comparison.
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Here's a stupid question. Cotton pants that had a pleat in them once but it's now vague because of washes. How do I get back the pleat?
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Here's a stupid question. Cotton pants that had a pleat in them once but it's now vague because of washes. How do I get back the pleat?

Do you mean crease? The pleat is sewn in.

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Men's Sweaters

Hello,

 

Wondering if I can get some help pricing a couple of men's pre-owned sweaters?  

 

  1. Men's Bachrach Polo Style Sweater, Size M, Made in Italy, 40% Acrylic, 30% Cotton, 30% Wool
  2. Men's Idea Uomo Cardigan Sweater, Size L, Made in Italy, 70% Acrylic, 30% Wool

 

Thanks

post #18666 of 27514

Does anybody know how Chippewa GQ's fit compared to Iron Rangers? I tried Iron Rangers on, but I might just go for the cheaper Chippewas.

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Originally Posted by Chase H View Post

Do you mean crease? The pleat is sewn in.

Hmm ya crease.. From the thigh down
post #18668 of 27514
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

How do I get back the pleat?
You get back the crease with an iron. A little starch wouldn't hurt, either.
post #18669 of 27514

Boots

Does anyone know which boots are the ones in the middle to the right side (with the red socks). Please and thank you!

 

 

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I hate these click-photos. I'm always weary of downloading anything presented this way, but I just can't resist my curiosity....
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Hey guys (1st post), middle-long time lurker

Just wanted to know some quick thoughts on black chukkas - more specifically http://www.lastcall.com/p/Sebago-Tremont-Lace-Up-Boot-Black/.
Some of my thoughts are similar to what has been expressed by others on the forums. Personally a fan of the chukka style (but not crepe soles) and was originally looking for a pair in brown for more casual, everyday use. However, these seemed to be a good deal and less formal than pure black. My concern regards the mixed look of these shoes - the textured black is more casual but seems strange to me in context of a black chukka. Thanks.
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I was reading the WAYW thread and the words "break" and "stacks" kept coming up. I'm wondering what they mean. I know, I know, Sorry, noob question.


Noob question #2: How do I develop a more discerning eye when it comes to what works and what doesn't? I notice in the WAYW thread a lot of people will critique other people's outfits with things that I don't even notice.
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Originally Posted by Left Hand View Post

I was reading the WAYW thread and the words "break" and "stacks" kept coming up. I'm wondering what they mean. I know, I know, Sorry, noob question.
Noob question #2: How do I develop a more discerning eye when it comes to what works and what doesn't? I notice in the WAYW thread a lot of people will critique other people's outfits with things that I don't even notice.

Errrrrr...lurk more?
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Originally Posted by barnwd1 View Post

Hello,

Wondering if I can get some help pricing a couple of men's pre-owned sweaters?  
  1. Men's Bachrach Polo Style Sweater, Size M, Made in Italy, 40% Acrylic, 30% Cotton, 30% Wool
  2. Men's Idea Uomo Cardigan Sweater, Size L, Made in Italy, 70% Acrylic, 30% Wool

Thanks

Acrylic knitwear makes baby Jesus cry
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Hmm ya crease.. From the thigh down

You've been a member since 2008, and you don't know the difference between a pleat and a crease, or what an iron is for? Just...wow smile.gif
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