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

  1. Torulf

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    1. The quality is good but the shoes fit poorly
    2. The quality is poor but the fit is good
    3. The quality and fit is good but the last does not work well with the feet
    4. The quality, fit and last are all perfect because I like the look
    Any of the above. Hope this helps (no sarcasm intended).
     

  2. visigoth

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    What do you guys think of the stitching pattern on the top/front of these Scarosso Chelsea boots? I'm told the make is good quality -- black rapid, buffalo leather sole -- and these are on sale for 185 euro in washed black calfskin. I can't decide whether this detail looks interesting, or weird, or perhaps cheap (a shortcut in construction). Thoughts?

    (I'd buy the black version, and wear them both informally and with a grey suit.)

    Scarosso.jpeg
     
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  3. krudsma

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    EDIT: WRONG THREAD SORRY
     
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  4. Two Shoes

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    I'm hoping somebody can point me in the right direction...

    I want to try some looser, more drapey fits- just clothes that are more comfortable. I'm looking for soft fabrics, neutral colors. Not quite as boho as Kapital and not quite as dark as RO.

    Anybody have any ideas of brands that might fit the bill?

    This brand comes close...
    http://www.drcollectors.com/rancho-san-pedro-aw15/uzm6e3twygrdcbnj2jyu9jz8w8ca70
    http://www.drcollectors.com/topanga-corral/xja8jz95pakx70obcpua2h0xbz8uhn
    http://www.drcollectors.com/joshua-tree/2017/2/27/x8vac3p4o9eexnxmcpzf8kcewo2lbc
    http://www.drcollectors.com/joshua-tree/oh1vl0iumemi6pzbaud2h1j6z5igkp
    http://www.drcollectors.com/joshua-tree/0th2fop4zss1vfw6m5gfny7vcbevgx
     

  5. Two Shoes

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    Wow, I just realized this thread is DEAD.
     

  6. noob in 89

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    Evan Kinori has been recommended to me as a brand with a looser, breezy aesthetic. (Unfortunately, it’s still stupid expensive, so no first-hand experience — but the fit pics look nice).

    I love Our Legacy and Engineered Garments jackets, which can be worn loose. (Not that they orbit in the same universe as RO, but still...)
     

  7. Two Shoes

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    Excellent! Thanks for the suggestions. I especially like the OL stuff I just looked at. Thanks for pointing me in those directions.

    For anybody else who may be interested, here are a couple other brands I found (they are more streetwear and not quite as lux as other brands favored on this forum)...
    Zanerobe
    Publish
     

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    What's your opinion on LA brand RTA?
     

  9. Kelvin0683

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    Any recommendations for parkas ranging from $200-$500 for upstate NY weather? I like the look of the Carhartt WIP Clash Parka, but the arms aren't ribbed.
     

  10. heatzh

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    Hey guys

    Want to know what TNF Jacket this is?

    The guy wearing it ist from Japan. Not sure if it's a exclusive one, or maybe TNF Purple Label. My research had no result.

    Thank you!
     

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    supreme garbage?
     

  12. heatzh

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    Hey. I really appreciate your try to help. The Supreme x TNF Mountain Parka looks similar, but I don't think it's Supreme.
     

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    Hello guys,

    Myself is Janani interested in Fashion you know as women have an idea in women's wear, but not in the men's. So anybody can suggest a casual men's dress will be helpful. As to suggest me any clarification is required please let me know. I just planned to get within next week so before that need to get some solution.
     

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    Whats the sizing like on MOMA, replies from 2013 say to size down one but anyone got their shoes recently?
    Also how's the quality compared to Buttero/NDC/Marsell/Officine Creative?
     

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