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Should I or shouldn't I buy... (clothing item)?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kronik, Jun 25, 2008.

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  1. user7

    user7 Well-Known Member

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    yah man, totally serious. I was not able to zip it up and a Julius 2 fits me perfectly. Also, the sleeves were long as hell on me [​IMG]. I'm 5'7'' and 135 and a small RO is a disaster for me to wear lol. Looks like its only Julius for my leathers brah.


    P.S what's retail where you are? Over here its 3900 IIRC. Either way, you're still nuts for considering retail.


    About 2050 pounds. After getting VAT back at the airport, probably around $2700. I think they're going for around $2900 at RO NY.

    Liberty's in London also had a high collar and the bauhaus for around 1500 pounds.
     
  2. AR_Six

    AR_Six Well-Known Member

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    MMM london. I think it's around 550 pounds. They have at least one left if you are interested:

    +4402076292682 / 22brutonstreet_Store@margiela.com

    The guy named panos or danos was very helpful.


    Too late; just kop'd different MMM bag in similar colourway.
     
  3. Superb0bo

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    [​IMG] Khaki Alpha M-65? Or should i go with "green is classic" concept? Khaki is on sale aswell...
     
  4. brad-t

    brad-t Well-Known Member

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    HAHAHAHA

    Girlfriend: "Boring shit is boring ... oh, it's Superbobo, explains it."
     
  5. geeti

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    http://www.witchery.com.au/knitwear/...27965_4584308/

    What do you guys think of that one?

    I'm looking for a versatile jacket for weekend outings.

    btw a bit OOT, does anyone here know any online store which ships for free to Australia? other than revolveclothing. I can't stand paying $35 for shipping only =(, and I am yet to find a decent online clothing store here.
     
  6. Superb0bo

    Superb0bo Well-Known Member

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    HAHAHAHA

    Girlfriend: "Boring shit is boring ... oh, it's Superbobo, explains it."


    You are just lying in wait for me to post right? Its not like I get busy every time you post some crushed velvet paisly pants.
     
  7. johnmcnamee

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    AR_Six Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG] These MMM chelseas are on for $200 but I'm not sure, the price is right and they'd work with lots of stuff but I don't really *need* them as a piece. Probably a not-kop but still, thinking about it.
     
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  10. lmaozedong

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    These MMM chelseas are on for $200 but I'm not sure, the price is right and they'd work with lots of stuff but I don't really *need* them as a piece. Probably a not-kop but still, thinking about it.
    that looks like a much more basic, functional piece than a lot of the stuff you've been copping (although you do seem to have a lot of pretty sick pieces now). if it fills a hole in your wardrobe i would definitely get it
     
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    The jacket, keeping in mind I'm not a tall, skinny swede.
     
  12. scott.m

    scott.m Well-Known Member

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    just buy the bright blue junya mackintosh this season [​IMG]
     
  13. BlackToothedGrin

    BlackToothedGrin Well-Known Member

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    On the subject of parkas how about this one from APC: [​IMG] Any good alternatives in the 200-400 dollar area?
     
  14. lmaozedong

    lmaozedong Well-Known Member

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    Shameless plug--but if you guys are in the market for a light rain jacket, I'm probably gonna send back the one in a size 46 (36-38 US) I got from the Jil Sander Gilt sale--it's really nice but a bit too long for me, I think.
    [​IMG]
     
  15. baba booey

    baba booey Well-Known Member

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    On the subject of parkas how about this one from APC:

    [​IMG]

    Any good alternatives in the 200-400 dollar area?


    I have been looking at these. Haven't pulled the trigger because it has been a warm Spring where I am located.
    First one is from South Willard, made by Crescent Down Works
    Albam Hillwalker
    Fjallraven Greenland
    WWM Trail Parka
    Fjallraven Nordli
    Heritage Research Longline Parka
    YMC Parka
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  16. spreadcollar

    spreadcollar Well-Known Member

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    boring, cut is bleh for $420. standard apc non-jeans line: way overpriced.
    On the subject of parkas how about this one from APC: Any good alternatives in the 200-400 dollar area?
     
  17. spreadcollar

    spreadcollar Well-Known Member

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    dig.


    These MMM chelseas are on for $200 but I'm not sure, the price is right and they'd work with lots of stuff but I don't really *need* them as a piece. Probably a not-kop but still, thinking about it.
     
  18. RFX45

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    Packable Nylon...yay or nay?
    [​IMG]
     
  19. brad-t

    brad-t Well-Known Member

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    i like, though not necessarily in that colour
     
  20. snake

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    I like it. I'd say go for it if it's not too cropped for you.
     

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