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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Empire, Feb 27, 2007.

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  1. soso

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    i got this nice little hole in my dior denim. About half year old, never washed.
    Now what do you think, should i fix it or just leave it. The position of the hole is not the best one, however, you can see it on the pictures.

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  2. Teger

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    that is a huge tear. fix it now or it will get much bigger quickly
     
  3. djh

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    yea damn that hole is big.
     
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    What is more versatile dark grey pants, or light grey pants?
     
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    need oki-ni coupon code/gift card/etc desperately. pm me if you have one/willing to sell one.

    thanks.
     
  7. sploosh

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    Cheapest place to get chucks?
     
  8. Coldsnap

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    If a shirt says dry flat does this mean I shouldn't hang even when dry because hanging might stretch it out?
     
  9. chronoaug

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    yep. Shape it and dry it on a flat surface
     
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    What should I wear with boat shoes?
     
  11. Coldsnap

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    yep. Shape it and dry it on a flat surface

    I meant though what should I do after its dried, can I just hang it like the rest of my clothes or should I fold it?
     
  12. chronoaug

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    Don't hang any of your knits. I don't own a ton of knit sweaters/cardigans (like wool/cashmere type stuff) but the few pieces i do have, i keep folded in this basket on top of my ghetto drawers.
     
  13. Coldsnap

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    alright, I'm gonna fold this sucka then. Thanks!
     
  14. Timbaland

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    Where can I get a yellow shirt like the guys in Gossip Girl wear? [​IMG] Sorry the pic isn't very good but for anyone who watches the show, is the shirt oxford cloth? Thanks.
     
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    Where can I get a yellow shirt like the guys in Gossip Girl wear? [​IMG] Sorry the pic isn't very good but for anyone who watches the show, is the shirt oxford cloth? Thanks.
    There are infinite places to get a yellow shirt.... Google shopping alone shows about 30,000 stores selling them. You'll have to be far more specific to get an answer.
     
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    can i machine wash the b.son mock pullover? it says dry clean but i don't see why machine washing would hurt.
     
  17. chronoaug

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    Probably would be ok if you do it on gentle and hang or layflat dry. Why don't you just handwash it in your sink/bathtub to be safe?
     
  18. Timbaland

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    There are infinite places to get a yellow shirt.... Google shopping alone shows about 30,000 stores selling them.

    You'll have to be far more specific to get an answer.


    Thanks for the response. I also looked on google and like and practically all of the results fit like blouses and most of the shades of yellow are not the shade of yellow I am looking for. I checked Brooks Brothers slim fit lines and even their Create your own shirt section and all of the yellows that they have are dull.

    Do you happen to know of any slim fitting brand of shirt under $150 that makes a yellow shirt in a shade around the one they wear in that picture? Also based on the pic, do you think the shirt is made of oxford cloth? Thanks.
     
  19. toothsomesound

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    Thanks for the response. I also looked on google and like and practically all of the results fit like blouses and most of the shades of yellow are not the shade of yellow I am looking for. I checked Brooks Brothers slim fit lines and even their Create your own shirt section and all of the yellows that they have are dull. Do you happen to know of any slim fitting brand of shirt under $150 that makes a yellow shirt in a shade around the one they wear in that picture? Also based on the pic, do you think the shirt is made of oxford cloth? Thanks.
    That photo sucks, but it looks more like a dress shirt than an oxford, so no, probably not. But if you want a nice yellow oxford like that, Our Legacy has one for 130 that you can snag from Tres Bien Shop or +46. I haven't actually washed my mock pullover yet hahahah, but I've machine washed my yellow B son tee a few times, it says the same thing on the tag and it's fine, just do what Chrono suggested.
     
  20. JaPo

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    No. It doesn't seem to be made of Oxford cloth.

    Check Revolve, ASOS etc.

    Hell, Uni Qlo and Benneton are sure to have some in range. It's a pretty ridiculous thing to request anyway. It's not as if the guy's wearing anything unique.
     
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