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post #18736 of 28787
This question is regarding rise of a pant:

When the rise is relatively low (lets say about 10.25 inches) and the hem is unfinished can't you just wear your pants a bit higher (closer to your belly button) if you want a regular rise and not a low rise? Suppose you wear it just below your belly button, you can have it hemmed appropriately and the rise would be more preferable if you don't want a low rise. Is there something wrong in doing this? Because I do hear about rise being a big deal on here when people make a decision to buy a certain pair of trousers.
post #18737 of 28787
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

This question is regarding rise of a pant:
When the rise is relatively low (lets say about 10.25 inches) and the hem is unfinished can't you just wear your pants a bit higher (closer to your belly button) if you want a regular rise and not a low rise? Suppose you wear it just below your belly button, you can have it hemmed appropriately and the rise would be more preferable if you don't want a low rise. Is there something wrong in doing this? Because I do hear about rise being a big deal on here when people make a decision to buy a certain pair of trousers.

I think the crotch of the pants is going to ride up your ass it you pull them up too much
post #18738 of 28787
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Originally Posted by msulinski View Post

I think the crotch of the pants is going to ride up your ass it you pull them up too much

Your package is probably going to be outlined too if you pull your pants up high enough. In the end it's not going to be comfortable.
post #18739 of 28787
Just spot a cheap Harris Tweed Jacket on ebay icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
http://www.ebay.com/itm/200851012585?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649
Since I just start on MC, what type of pant/shirt should I wear with this jacket?

The sellers mentioned "Skinny" on the title of the post? Is it possible that there is a skinny fit version of Vintage Harris Tweed Jacket?

Thanks
post #18740 of 28787

Hey guys,

 

What are some good thrift shops in Chicago?

post #18741 of 28787
I was just about the ask the same question about Philly.
post #18742 of 28787
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Originally Posted by justbrowsingchi View Post

Hey guys,

What are some good thrift shops in Chicago?

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Originally Posted by Left Hand View Post

I was just about the ask the same question about Philly.

facepalm.gif thrift shops are as "good" as the stuff you find on the day you happen to go...

speaking of go.... maybe go here first www.google.com
post #18743 of 28787
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Originally Posted by msulinski View Post

Are wool ties supposed to be skinny or at least thinner than regular silk ties? I am trying to buy a check wool tie, but most of the ones I find are probably 3" or maybe 2.75". I usually wear a 3.25-3.5" tie.

I think the skinny tie trend has come along with a fairly large percentage of woolen ties, which is why we feel woolen ties should be skinnier.  The trend has been skinny woolen ties with checked shirts etc....

post #18744 of 28787
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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

facepalm.gif thrift shops are as "good" as the stuff you find on the day you happen to go...
speaking of go.... maybe go here first www.google.com
I obviously tried google but it lumps them all together. I'm not trying to drive somewhere to find all they have is women's clothing.
Also, I don't think that's true about them being only as good as the things they have when you're there. Some places have much higher standards than others and some focus more on women's clothes, some men's, and some both. It's not completely random.
I think it's a pretty valid question, the facepalm wasn't really necessary.
post #18745 of 28787

Hello,

 

I was wondering who here uses the mac method for their cordovans and what wax they use.

 

Thanks!

post #18746 of 28787
I feel like there's some SF etiquette that I'm not aware of. It seems like certain threads can go off on ridiculous tangents but if someone asks a question (usually a noob question like the ones I ask) they get flamed for it. The "good thrift/consignment shops in __" are a perfect example. Why do people get so angry when this question is asked (especially in the "thrift store bragging thread")?
post #18747 of 28787
Established members get bashed for such things too. Check out the derailment in WAYWRN; several hall monitors got involved.

Still, some might be in the assumption that a new person hasn't lurked enough (and done his due diligence in ensuring the answer to his question isn't out there).
post #18748 of 28787
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Originally Posted by Left Hand View Post

I feel like there's some SF etiquette that I'm not aware of. It seems like certain threads can go off on ridiculous tangents but if someone asks a question (usually a noob question like the ones I ask) they get flamed for it. The "good thrift/consignment shops in __" are a perfect example. Why do people get so angry when this question is asked (especially in the "thrift store bragging thread")?

you did not get flamed nor am I angry...

http://www.squidoo.com/chicagothriftstores

this may be helpful as it has dozens of links, reviews, etc.
post #18749 of 28787
I wasn't even talking about my question specifically, I think I only asked in here which, I assume, would be the right place to ask. It's cool, I didn't mean you and I'm not upset about it either. I was more talking about the reaction to other people that asked the same type of question in the thrift thread. I'm in Philly, by the way, but thanks for the link anyway, I'm sure there's one for Philly too.
The reason I think the question gets asked so much (or at least the reason I asked it) is because there seems to be a lot of people that bring in a ton of great stuff and then a big dropoff between them and everyone else. I guess what I mean to say is "what's the secret?" Obviously nobody's going to give their whole bag of tricks away or else they wouldn't be doing as well as they are.. just looking for a pointer or two.
post #18750 of 28787
As a rule of thumb, pick stitching on a suit is a sign of quality right?

Edit - suit I am thinking of is a Lubiam 1911
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