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post #3766 of 27582
Bought a bunch of j crew 'classic fit' trousers. Little did I know that 'classic fit' is douchebag for tight in the legs and ass. They are my normal waist size, but seem to 'sit on the hip'. My concern is that they ride way up my ass crack. Is this normal? I am not used to tight pants so I don't know... I turned my back to a mirror and looked and saw that they were slightly in my crack. Are they supposed to be like this?
post #3767 of 27582
do i have to take special care when laundering shirts with MOP buttons?
post #3768 of 27582
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Originally Posted by drøn View Post
do i have to take special care when laundering shirts with MOP buttons?

No.
post #3769 of 27582
Don't let your dryer chip the buttons.
post #3770 of 27582
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Originally Posted by Jay Gatsby View Post
Bought a bunch of j crew 'classic fit' trousers. Little did I know that 'classic fit' is douchebag for tight in the legs and ass. They are my normal waist size, but seem to 'sit on the hip'. My concern is that they ride way up my ass crack. Is this normal? I am not used to tight pants so I don't know... I turned my back to a mirror and looked and saw that they were slightly in my crack. Are they supposed to be like this?

If the seat of the pants is riding into your behind then it is not normal You might want to go half or full size up.

The pants are suppose to be tight, but not that tight.
post #3771 of 27582
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Originally Posted by LanceW View Post
Don't let your dryer chip the buttons.

Don't put your shirts in a dryer.
post #3772 of 27582
i'd never do that!
thank you for the answer.
post #3773 of 27582
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Originally Posted by drøn View Post
do i have to take special care when laundering shirts with MOP buttons?

Probably less care. They are much more durable than plastic.
post #3774 of 27582
Could anyone be so kind as to recommend me a good brand for shoe polish and such? I'm fairly new in the game of leather shoes and care.
post #3775 of 27582
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Originally Posted by thrice View Post
Could anyone be so kind as to recommend me a good brand for shoe polish and such? I'm fairly new in the game of leather shoes and care.

Saphir is one of the best.

Most polish from the shoe makers themselves are good, but they are usually just rebranding.

Like Leather Soul's are made by Saphir.
post #3776 of 27582
Just picked up two NWT Gucci ties from fleabay. The tags say they cost $38.00 each at Saks. I am wondering if anyone on here can date them based on the price.
post #3777 of 27582
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Originally Posted by jhva3 View Post
Just picked up two NWT Gucci ties from fleabay. The tags say they cost $38.00 each at Saks. I am wondering if anyone on here can date them based on the price.

I don't know much about Gucci, though a lot about Hermes. So if Gucci ties and Hermes ties are always have similar price, then I would say $38 will translate to late 70s or early 80s. Since I know for the fact that a 1985 Hermes tie costs $50 flat.
post #3778 of 27582
just got a pair of naked and famous weird guys in gray. will a hot soak damage the jeans? what about a wash? Is there a way to shrink the jeans a small amount without ruining them besides going to a tailor. thanks
post #3779 of 27582
I'm looking at an Aquascutum wool overcoat on ebay. In general, do the fabrics have a different texture or appearance than regular wool coats?
post #3780 of 27582
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Originally Posted by BlueHorseShoe View Post
I picked up a vintage Dior olive blazer with brass buttons. Does anyone have any suggestions for what to wear this with. I'm thinking khakis and dark suede desert boots, but something a little more formal would be welcome.

Autumn colors: greens & browns. Maybe some rust details.
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