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

  1. BlackToothedGrin

    BlackToothedGrin Senior member

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    epaulet smith was based off the NS, so that is one. Dior 21 cm as well.
     


  2. Strombollii

    Strombollii Senior member

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    Is there anywhere to get Grenson for cheap? Need me some fall and winter shoes.
     


  3. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    I need help sizing Dior 19cm MIJ. From my research it seems that the waist is 2" bigger than tagged size, is this accurate? Is the general consensus to size down 2 from your normal pant size?
    Best to try it on. Depending on how you want them to fit, you can go anywhere from TTS to -3. 3- would be for skinny jeans, TTS for that slouchy-sagged Dior Homme runway look
     


  4. GraphicNovelty

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    Is there anywhere to get Grenson for cheap? Need me some fall and winter shoes.

    ebay.co.uk
     


  5. BlackToothedGrin

    BlackToothedGrin Senior member

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    unfortunately dior is impossible to find in houston or new orleans. Not at neiman, saks, or barneys unfortunately. Do you know how the waist measures?
     


  6. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    Waist generally measures +2" from tagged size (on made in Japan models, might be +3" on Italian? don't remember). So if you want to wear them at the hips, TTS is best and if you want to wear them at the waist you'll need to size down. If you can't try them on (you sure you can't ask Barney's/Neiman/Sak's to order a pair for you to try on/buy a pair and return it to them if it doesn't fit?) best to measure where you want them to fit, and then use the Tagged size X + 2" formula to find the size you need
     


  7. BRMC_doves

    BRMC_doves Senior member

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    Does anyone have a new pair of jack purcell chuck taylors(blk or blue) in a size 10.5?
    I'd be willing to trade my spring court G1s in all white, sz UK 10, they are brand new from oipolloi.
    Please PM me. Thanks
     


  8. trueskills

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    i know this is one of those stupid sizing question, but obviously for raw denim you tend to size down a size, but people also say that the thin finns shrink quite a bit back down after washes...so should i be getting a true to size fit so that itll fit perfectly after a wash? or because im a borderline 32/33 should i play it safe and just get a 33
     


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    Hugo Boss.

    Good, Bad or Ugly?

    Also, what's the difference between the Black, Orange, Green lines?
     


  10. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    It's massively overpriced. If you can get it for 60-75% off it can be worth it for basics (suits and diner suits, assuming you care more about saving than having the utmost quality). Would stay away from accessories, since for the most part better accessories drop down to the same price. Shirts are boring, can do much better if you go through somewhere like a Nordstrom Rack or the like
     


  11. farraj18

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    Yeah, I took a quick scan through their site. Nothing special was there that interested me. There is a factory store nearby and I'm going down to that area soon (this week). Thought I'd get a few opinions of their stuff to see if it was worth stepping foot in the store or not.
     


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    What would go better with dark denim...and versatility in general..


    Clarks Desert boots in Sand/Suede or Oakwood/Suede?
     


  13. tonio028

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  14. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    Can anyone tell me about the t-shirt this gentleman is wearing in the most recent Marc Jacobs ad.
    Obviously it is Marc Jacobs collection, but what materials are involved. Its just a t-shirt, but I frigging love it, and given the opportunity would probably wear the hell out of it-- hence my interest.

    recent marc jacobs ad
    pages 2 & 3, I can't seem to find a way to link to the images directly.
     


  15. GujuGeek

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    Can anyone tell me where the necklace and shirt Drake is wearing in this photo are from:

    http://www.contactmusic.com/photos.n.../drake_2480465

    I know that the cardigan is from Commes Des Garcons.

    Also, if you know where to get the necklace/shirt. What kind of shirt is it exactly? it's not a polo right?
     


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