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5EP x SF jean post pics

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Mauro, Sep 14, 2007.

  1. lost in va

    lost in va Senior member

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    Mine just experience their first club. I don't think they're going back though, they had a bad time.
     
  2. dimshum

    dimshum Senior member

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    Here are mine, size 33x36.

    Denim shot...
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    Pic wearing them:
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    They are in a day-by-day rotation with my sufu660. The 660 fade a lot faster (and differently).


    PG2G,

    What's the jacket? I love the fit!
     
  3. PG2G

    PG2G Senior member

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    Thanks. Its a Rag & Bone wax workcoat that was de-waxed when I took it to the cleaners. Hated the color at first (it was originally a much darker brown), but have grown to like it.
     
  4. amlai

    amlai Senior member

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    " NO WIRE HANGERS EVER "

    After being chastised by Godmother, here's a picture of me wearing them:

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  5. spoonman

    spoonman Well-Known Member

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    Woah, that's a good skinny fit. What's your waist and what size did you get. I purchased a 32 and it fit about twice as baggy as yours. I'm guessing you sized down?
     
  6. amlai

    amlai Senior member

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    Woah, that's a good skinny fit. What's your waist and what size did you get. I purchased a 32 and it fit about twice as baggy as yours. I'm guessing you sized down?

    I measure about 29.5" and I purchased a 29. I almost always buy size 29 in jeans. I think what you're seeing is that at the smaller sizes, they're really skinny. I also recently purchased a size 30 and they fit really similarly.
     
  7. spoonman

    spoonman Well-Known Member

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    Let's hope so. I returned my 32s for a pair of 30s. I hope that fits better in the leg, but my waist will be very uncomfortable for a while.
     
  8. hustlenflo22

    hustlenflo22 Senior member

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    ^ What model is that--they look fantastic.
     
  9. amlai

    amlai Senior member

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    ^ What model is that--they look fantastic.
    Thanks. 5EPxSF.
     
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    just bought mine...looking forward to getting them!
     
  11. Godmother

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    I hope I did not chastise...more like I am just curious to see how they look...and good fit. I love the leather...is it vintage. Did you " get made " ? PM me.

    After being chastised by Godmother, here's a picture of me wearing them:

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  12. whodini

    whodini Senior member

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    Man, that's really the kind of fit I was hoping to get out of the 32. [​IMG] Looks great on you, amlai.
     
  13. amlai

    amlai Senior member

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    I hope I did not chastise...more like I am just curious to see how they look...and good fit. I love the leather...is it vintage. Did you " get made " ? PM me.
    Nah, I was just teasing. Like I said in my PM, I think they fit great, but they're just a touch tighter in the calves than I'd like. Otherwise I think they're perfect.

    Sadly, no the leather is not vintage. I picked the jacket up last summer at a random leather shop in Florence. I went through just about every one of those leather shops in Florence and almost everywhere had the exact same items. This one was actually different, seemed to fit well, and I was able to bargain it down to a fantastic price, so I bought it. And if anyone is about to ask me, unfortunately there is no way I could find the place again.
     
  14. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    amlai, the jeans look great. Mine are so baggy compared to those. Upon reflection I think I should have gone for the 30 or 31. I have the same issue with my Dior 19cm, RPM 45, APC NS, they've all stretched out too much.

    "I MUST SIZE DOWN 2 FROM NOW ON!
     
  15. lost in va

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    Had the honors of getting drunk and walking to a lady friends condo last night.

    Ended up passing out before even getting upstairs so I spent all night stretching these bad boys out a little bit.


    Sorry about the shitty pictures, this house sucks for lighting.


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    Notice the top button is actually buttoned (if you can even see it in the pics)

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  16. spoonman

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    Damn, I'm jealous. That's a perfect fit.
     
  17. BrettChaotix

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    Had the honors of getting drunk and walking to a lady friends condo last night.

    Ended up passing out before even getting upstairs so I spent all night stretching these bad boys out a little bit.


    Wait - so you were in route to a late-night booty call and passed out as you were ascending her steps? A Self-induced cock-block?
     
  18. lost in va

    lost in va Senior member

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    Wait - so you were in route to a late-night booty call and passed out as you were ascending her steps? A Self-induced cock-block?
    The whiskey sours did me wrong last night.
     
  19. Saucemaster

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    Wait - so you were in route to a late-night booty call and passed out as you were ascending her steps? A Self-induced cock-block?

    Whiskey-induced.

    Drunkard's Rule #1: Always blame the alcohol.
     
  20. whodini

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    Damn, you're like Conne in denim.
     

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