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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by minya, Apr 9, 2006.

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  1. Teger

    Teger Well-Known Member

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    Why not MTM / bespoke? I'm sure for what you'd be spending, the shirtmaker would let you design it yourself.
     
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    i'll take pics of the uniqlo. i'm not even close to talking about a short dress shirt.
     
  3. brimley

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    Gilded Age makes nice shirts in the US.
     
  4. jet

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    Ervell or tim hamilton? Just trying to think of US designers who probably have decent shirting.

    Actually, from what i've heard about ervel fits, you'd probably fit into them pretty well.


    Ervell is way too long and fits weird in the shoulders/chest and I hate tim hamilton.
     
  5. SoCal2NYC

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    Ervell or tim hamilton? Just trying to think of US designers who probably have decent shirting.

    Actually, from what i've heard about ervel fits, you'd probably fit into them pretty well.


    Tim Hamilton is Japan or Italy with more and more towards the Japan side going forward.
     
  6. jet

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    And chronoroll, don't forget the knits are made in china.

    Cop dat $700 chinese cashmere sweater dogg!!!
     
  7. ToruOkada

    ToruOkada Well-Known Member

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    ll bean blucher mocs in brownnnnnnnnnn

    not really sure what i'm going to wear these with...
     
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    And chronoroll, don't forget the knits are made in china.

    Cop dat $700 chinese cashmere sweater dogg!!!


    That's dissapointing to hear. I just know ervell and hamilton were american designers. Figured at least a few things might be made in USA. My electric blue jeans are made in japan though. Go figure
     
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    [​IMG] Bean dirty bucks. Not really the season , but as long as the streets are dry...
     
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    superbobo, did you ever post pics of your cactus bluchers?
     
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    nope, still havent recived them . I like to cheap out on shipping...
    I hope they´ll arrive shortly.
     
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    Ah, so it's the same design with just skimping on the materials/construction/possibly fit?

    How much is the UO one? I can't imagine that after say a revolve 30% first time buyer or one of their other 20% coupons that sometimes float around for various sites, you couldn't have just gotten the real deal for a small amount more. Just a thought.
     
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    Ah, so it's the same design with just skimping on the materials/construction/possibly fit? How much is the UO one? I can't imagine that after say a revolve 30% first time buyer or one of their other 20% coupons that sometimes float around for various sites, you couldn't have just gotten the real deal for a small amount more. Just a thought.
    Shit, you're right. I can get the real one from Revolve for only ~$10 more.
     
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    That's dissapointing to hear. I just know ervell and hamilton were american designers. Figured at least a few things might be made in USA. My electric blue jeans are made in japan though. Go figure


    Tim Hamilton is only made in Japan and Italy. Not sure about Patrik Ervell...I know his tailored clothing is made by Martin Greenfield; but, not sure about the sportswear.
     
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    Finally ordered some RM Williams Kangaroo Craftsman in Chestnut. With the AUD as weak as it is now the deals seem really good compared to the last time I looked.

    Also picked up a couple cheap pairs of Clarks DBs for waer with jeans.
     
  20. constant struggle

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    Ervells shit fits kinda baggy on purpose
     
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