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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mfais, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. ManofKent

    ManofKent Distinguished Member

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    I bought a pair of Jeanshop Rocker a few years back and they've held up well. On offer at the moment too: https://worldjeanshop.com/collections/selvedge/products/rocker-light-gray

    RRL normally do grey as an alternative...
     

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    Woah, this is exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks! I've mostly been away from StyleForum the last three years, and you've reminded me what I missed.
     

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    ter1413 Stylish Dinosaur

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    The "proper" way?

    There is no proper way. Tuck in your shirt however you want to. Stop thinking there are "rules" for each and everything related to fashion/style.
     

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    greywhite&navy New Member

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    If you want to do the half tuck, generally tuck the front and gradually relax the sides until it is mostly un-tucked at the back.

    Note that the ends of the shirt shouldn't be too long. it will make you look unkempt (instead of nonchalantly cool) and shorter than you are...
     

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    Who Active Member

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    Does anybody have ordered on Malford of London in the last weeks?
    Thanks
     

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    I'm looking for something similar to this shirt worn by Woodkid in a Montreaux performance. It's hard to search for it without even knowing what to call it, pretty much an extra long shirt jacket with buttonable slits on the side. Any hints are much appreciated.

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    Robert Geller makes long shirts like that
     

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    I’m looking for a couple pairs of chinos for the fall. I saw Division Rd had some neat selvedge duck chinos and I might try a pair of those but wanted some lightweight ones also for when I travel. Any ideas of a great comfy brand reasonably priced ($200 or less)
     

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    Any recommendable cuts similar to that of the Edwin ED-80?
    Slim, tapered (I do prefer a tight taper). You know, not "skinny", yet
    quite hugging.

    I really do enjoy my ED-80's, I just feel like trying on a different model
    off a different brand, but with a similar fit. From the knee down > quite narrow.

    Any good suggestions?
     

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    Do all Raf Simons product have a season tag? Purchased a bag from mid-2000s but there's no season tag but everything else checks out.
     

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    I have a CPO jacket from Epaulet that seems a bit to slim for this kind of jacket, and also isn't quite the shade that I'm looking for. Can anyone recommend another brand, at a similar price point?
     

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    If creases end up on your Cap shoes (see pic), what does that say about fit/quality/etc.?

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    Shoe trees can help with creases
     

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    Too short? Not hard enough cap stiffener.
     

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    I got these off eBay today I'm very happy about it,but I am not sure whether to have it plain hem or cuffed... help me out guys

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