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  1. Reginald Bartholomew

    The What Are You Wearing Today (WAYWT) Discussion Thread, Part II

    You look like the dudes who rocked dress shirts and True Religion in 06, but more self impressed.
  2. Reginald Bartholomew

    Random Fashion Thoughts (Part 3: Style farmer strikes back) - our general discussion thread

    Absolutely try these on in person (and if you can't buy from a seller that measures each pair, like Blue Owl or something). It's not just that they run small, it's that pairs of the same fit, fabric, and size can vary wildly at the waist, rise, hem, thighs etc. Great jeans for the price, but...
  3. Reginald Bartholomew

    The Japanese Repro Clothing Thread (Real McCoys, Freewheelers, Etc.)

    Tuck whenever possible. If the rise is high, you must comply!
  4. Reginald Bartholomew

    Random Fashion Thoughts (Part 3: Style farmer strikes back) - our general discussion thread

    Raiders Starter in the 90s, at least where I was, was basically NWA/Ice Cube merch.
  5. Reginald Bartholomew

    Random Fashion Thoughts (Part 3: Style farmer strikes back) - our general discussion thread

    He was a good player, lots of fun to watch, and probably the best visual in the league.
  6. Reginald Bartholomew

    Random Fashion Thoughts (Part 3: Style farmer strikes back) - our general discussion thread

    The Hornets were good and on the verge of being a true contender, with two young and exciting superstars in the making. They then soured on each other and the team, both ending up leaving, with neither ever living up to their potential (though Alonzo Mourning was closer, and is also immortalized...
  7. Reginald Bartholomew

    SPIER & MACKAY - Official Affiliate Thread

    You want them to get credit for doing something really, really badly that thousands of other clothing sellers do well?
  8. Reginald Bartholomew

    SPIER & MACKAY - Official Affiliate Thread

    Are the purple label OCBDs worth the extra over the Ivy ones?
  9. Reginald Bartholomew

    The Uniqlo Thread

    I don't know that it has to be U or whatever, I've got sweatshirts and thermals and fatigue style pants and tees that were general run and and are holding up well. First Uniqlo thing I picked up, a supima tee in 2014, is still going. Basics done right, imo. In my experience the collections are...
  10. Reginald Bartholomew

    The Uniqlo Thread

    This is weird to me since every Uniqlo piece I have, including ones that are a decade old at this point, are still going with no issues. Just avoid the stretch stuff and get 100% cotton things. Boring I absolutely agree with, and frankly that's their strength.
  11. Reginald Bartholomew

    18 East

    Is international shipping back? I keep trying to add something to my cart (double knees), but it won't let me change the address to Canada.
  12. Reginald Bartholomew

    The What Are You Wearing Today (WAYWT) Discussion Thread, Part II

    Birk mules are the absolute peak shoe for compost removal.
  13. Reginald Bartholomew

    The What Are You Wearing Today (WAYWT) Discussion Thread, Part II

    Fit is fine but why does everything you wear look like you've only worn it once?
  14. Reginald Bartholomew

    The What Are You Wearing Today (WAYWT) Discussion Thread, Part II

    I look forward to seeing black worn in innovative ways.
  15. Reginald Bartholomew

    Orslow

    SZ is pretty well respected, especially among raw denim enthusiasts, and it's an option. It's not Orslow, but way closer than you think.
  16. Reginald Bartholomew

    Orslow

    It's not quite the level of quality of Orslow, but the Sauce Zhan Fatigue Shirt is way too high quality for it's price and comes in blue.
  17. Reginald Bartholomew

    Random Fashion Thoughts (Part 3: Style farmer strikes back) - our general discussion thread

    1. Sassafras Olive Botanical Scout 2. Uniqlo Fatigue Pants in English Tan (they called them Work Pants in brown, I think?) 3. Blacksmith Shop Sowing Field Pants in olive
  18. Reginald Bartholomew

    Random Fashion Thoughts (Part 3: Style farmer strikes back) - our general discussion thread

    Speaking as someone who has done Vancouver-Toronto and return three times, I would never recommend anyone do this. Spending 18 hours on a side track so bulk goods can get to market after paying obscene amounts of money for run down sleeper accommodation is galling (though it does give you a new...
  19. Reginald Bartholomew

    Random Fashion Thoughts (Part 3: Style farmer strikes back) - our general discussion thread

    Harness is stiffer and bridle has a softer feel, generally, though also I've seen more than a few people use those terms in ways divorced from the original functional definitions.

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