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Ed, i don't think it's better than the Uniqlo one, that cost 39,90 quids...

http://www.uniqlo.com/uk/store/goods/173890
Perhaps not, mon ami... but at least M & S cater for the 'fuller figure'. (Okay, fat bastar*s!) satisfied.gif
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Originally Posted by Donkey Jacket View Post


Im not sure if they are high waisted enough, its not always easy to tell from the pictures.

I don't think the uniqlo ones are, at least from what ive read on here.
Dunno mate, it's just a pal of mine sent me the details. smile.gif
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this friday 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07yv0qj   takes a look at all the ages n stages of The Look .

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Originally Posted by Jukebox Dury View Post
 

He looks as if he's lost the will to live. 


Ha ha, he maybe would subscribe to this Weller mantra with 'skinhead' replacing 'mod'.

 

Image result for you can bury me a mod

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A few interesting jackets in one of Phil Lynott's first bands (Ireland, '67)

 

Image result for phil lynott mod 1960s

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Spotted this monkey jacket on Paul (Josh Saviano) in the TV series The Wonder Years s02e14. The make look familiar to anyone?

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I've been thinking about trying the Mikkel Rude shirts for quite a while now , i have lots and lots of BS's and a few Britac shirts (which are quite snug on my portly frame )  - i wondered if anyone else has bought the MR shirts and what the general consensus is of them.

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I've been thinking about trying the Mikkel Rude shirts for quite a while now , i have lots and lots of BS's and a few Britac shirts (which are quite snug on my portly frame )  - i wondered if anyone else has bought the MR shirts and what the general consensus is of them.


MR shirts are very well-made and from what I can see, the collars aren't as large as Britac-- though they're NOT small. Good materials and limited styles make them A-OK in my book. Slightly snug, but you can always let out the darts at the back.

As far as stereotypical modern skinhead gear, they're THE best value for money.
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Thanks for the feedback , i thought that their were limited styles in the MR range , think i'll take a punt and get one - call it an early Xmas present to myself :P

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Make, no. Concept, definitely.
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I saw an Episode of "Rte.66"(TV Show,from Feb 1963)  "Suppose I Said I Was the Queen of Spain" The Character Tod Stiles is working in the Oil Fields in California.He is wearing a BD shirt,Levi's trucker jacket,tan Chinos(highwaters) and Big work boots.Spitting Image of a Skinhead.Sorry I can't post a Pic of this.  

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sorry if this is old news

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07yv0qj

documentary BBC 4 on 14th October and on the i-player after of course
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Has any american friends on here ever had one of these wrangler jackets, they are not available in the UK and they look to be made of heavyweight denim and better quality then what we can buy over here.

 

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^ saw those a while back and thought the Americans had chosen their staprest substitute well. Only the wide belt loops let it down in my opinion.
Edited by covskin - 10/7/16 at 1:39pm
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