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Our Legacy Fall/Winter 2010

Discussion in 'Styleforum Frontpage' started by shoreman1782, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. guyferguson

    guyferguson Well-Known Member

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    Aw, shame it's not F/W! I was diggin that shirt as well. Were the colors in the web shop photos true? B/c as it looks in the styleforum photo, I thought it was darker/more muted than that.

    Speaking of the OL web shop, they have the polka dot/strip shirt up, among other f/w pieces.


    The shirt pictured is definitely available for F/W. We didn't pick it up because it was the most expensive shirt offered this season. I'm sure it will pop up at some retailers soon though.
     
  2. JackFrost09

    JackFrost09 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, that shirt above is not the same as the ethnic print. I was watching every new drop and it definitely didn't look exactly like that. If it is expensive then I doubt many will get it in, which is a shame.
     
  3. telemark

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    Are these the same colour? I really like the colour in the styleforum picture but not so much the one from Kiosk.

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  4. guyferguson

    guyferguson Well-Known Member

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    The Kiosk picture is of the sweater in Zinc, while the SF pic is Charcoal.
     
  5. telemark

    telemark Well-Known Member

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    The Kiosk picture is of the sweater in Zinc, while the SF pic is Charcoal.

    Brilliant - Thank you.

    Eh, will you be stocking the charcoal?
     
  6. guyferguson

    guyferguson Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately, we only have the Marine version coming. If you have any trouble locating the Charcoal we could order it for you though.


    Brilliant - Thank you.

    Eh, will you be stocking the charcoal?
     
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    MichaelPemulis Well-Known Member

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    the marine one is pretty cool too - OL knits are really nice.
     
  9. Schrodinger

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    MichaelPemulis Well-Known Member

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    also, the full stock/sizes are not yet up on the webshop. I asked because there were a bunch of knits and shirts that I wanted in an XL, but they weren't available in XL, so I wasn't sure if they were sold out, or if the knits were not coming in an XL.

    I asked, and Oli from the shop responded right away and let me know they still have stock coming in and they are working to get it added to the webshop as they have it.
     
  11. JackFrost09

    JackFrost09 Well-Known Member

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    For a brand that seems to do so much for each season, you'd think they'd release a damn look book.
     
  12. junebugmm

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    Does the shirt with the third collar button refer to the "1940s" shirt?
    If so, aren't they the ones that are the boxier cut?
     
  13. shoreman1782

    shoreman1782 Well-Known Member

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    ^I think you're correct.
     
  14. Superb0bo

    Superb0bo Well-Known Member

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    ^^ the ones with third button and old school-ish placket details (1940s) are slightly roomier and longer. Not by much though imo.
     
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    Cut of this looks great.
     
  16. JackFrost09

    JackFrost09 Well-Known Member

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    Anyone got any better idea when they'll be releasing these two items:

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  17. MumRaww

    MumRaww Active Member

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    I live four blocks away from the Our Legacy "flagship" store, if you want me to check out some pieces I'll be willing to help! I was planning on checking it out now that everything have hit the racks.
     
  18. Klemins

    Klemins Well-Known Member

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    Definitely keep an eye out at the store for that striped denim shirt shown above the black sweatshirt. I'm willing to pay for a proxy.
     
  19. JackFrost09

    JackFrost09 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I've been waiting for that since the first drop. I'm guessing it will come in the last few items if it's more expensive.
     
  20. radicaldog

    radicaldog Well-Known Member

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    Bought a pair of OL corduroys a few weeks ago. No belt loops, side adjusters. Decent construction. Very comfortable, unusual in so far as the wales are quite widely spaced. I'm definitely happy with them and might get another pair.
     

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