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

  1. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Does anyone know where to find Jean Shop Rockers online in 28 or 29

    You could try this site: http://www.worldjeanshop.com/

    Also, is there an SW&D equivalent of this slim shirts thread on MC: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=35147

    I'm trying to find short-sleeve (and eventually long-sleeve), button-up shirts that accomodate a 10-inch drop (41" chest/31" true waist), have a slim arm opening, are long enough to tuck/short enough to untuck (I'm 6'1"), and aren't so sheer that I have to wear an undershirt. And are perhaps nicer than H&M.
     


  2. AlexWb

    AlexWb Well-Known Member

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  3. Rosenberg

    Rosenberg Senior member

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    You could try this site: http://www.worldjeanshop.com/

    Also, is there an SW&D equivalent of this slim shirts thread on MC: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=35147

    I'm trying to find short-sleeve (and eventually long-sleeve), button-up shirts that accomodate a 10-inch drop (41" chest/31" true waist), have a slim arm opening, are long enough to tuck/short enough to untuck (I'm 6'1"), and aren't so sheer that I have to wear an undershirt. And are perhaps nicer than H&M.


    Thanks. My attempt at finding their website was a fail
     


  4. AlexWb

    AlexWb Well-Known Member

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    the waywt discussion thread http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...4384&page=1051

    someone also started another thread for new people asking if something is okay to wear but i dont think it caught on.



    also, casual ties are notoriously hard to pull off without looking ridiculous. jkissi is the only person i can think of that i've seen be able to pull it off.


    understood. Thanks!
     


  5. Johdus Fanfoozal

    Johdus Fanfoozal Senior member

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    To brave a Northeast winter, should I buy:

    A) a Red Wing GT for around $200-$225

    [​IMG]

    or

    B) a Chippewa 25290 for around $140

    [​IMG]
     


  6. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Thanks. My attempt at finding their website was a fail

    No problamo. The link shows up on the sidebar in my Gmail with eerie consistency, along with a quote from GQ about Jean Shop being "the Cristal of the denim world", or something like that.
     


  7. Timbaland

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    You could try this site: http://www.worldjeanshop.com/

    Also, is there an SW&D equivalent of this slim shirts thread on MC: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=35147

    I'm trying to find short-sleeve (and eventually long-sleeve), button-up shirts that accomodate a 10-inch drop (41" chest/31" true waist), have a slim arm opening, are long enough to tuck/short enough to untuck (I'm 6'1"), and aren't so sheer that I have to wear an undershirt. And are perhaps nicer than H&M.



    You can check out the brands on the affiliates shops. Most of them post measurements of the shirts too. Also you can check out Gilt and look for their sales for their slim fit stuff. You can PM me if you don't have an account there.

    I have a pretty big drop too 40" chest, 31" waist and I find it hard to find shirts that look good both tucked and untucked. I always feel that there is too much material around the midsection. So I have separate shirts. And I don't like shirts that are tapered in the body and flare out a lot at the hem which would probably work for the tucked in part. On the shirts that are slim enough for me to tuck in, when I wear them untucked over pants it pulls at the bottom and the placket is left open below the bottom button. Maybe I just have larger hips.
     


  8. El Argentino

    El Argentino Senior member

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    I've been lurking for a while and can't seem to find definitive sizing advice on Dior Homme MIJ's. Do they run TTS or is it necessary to size up/down? Thanks in advance.

    Tried posting in the "I have a jean..." thread, but hadn't heard back yet.
     


  9. Cool The Kid

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    What's the general consensus on Zara, specifically their shoes? Also does anyone know where I can get oxfords with flat soles? I'm looking for shoes with a shape like the ones below but without a heel. If I got something like these, could I get a cobbler to take the heel off, and if so would it be comfortable to wear? [​IMG]
     


  10. mattt

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    I've been lurking for a while and can't seem to find definitive sizing advice on Dior Homme MIJ's. Do they run TTS or is it necessary to size up/down? Thanks in advance.

    Tried posting in the "I have a jean..." thread, but hadn't heard back yet.


    I'd say tts or size down 1 for a skinny fit. I'm a 28-29 and I had a pair of 27 19cms that were too tight on me in the thighs, couldn't raise my legs parallel to the floor.
     


  11. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    What's the general consensus on Zara, specifically their shoes? Also does anyone know where I can get oxfords with flat soles? I'm looking for shoes with a shape like the ones below but without a heel. If I got something like these, could I get a cobbler to take the heel off, and if so would it be comfortable to wear? [​IMG]
    Bicycle toe is the devil! Those things look absolutely atrocious
     


  12. Hollowthorn

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    Bicycle toe is the devil! Those things look absolutely atrocious
    Agreed
     


  13. chroMe

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    Levi's vintage 50s style cut tshirts in green - know any US online stores which stock? They are 60quid in UK.

    Found one in vintage levi specialist shop off Carna-baby street, London and my size for 16 quids.
     


  14. dfa1987

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    Anybody know how the Shades of Greige baseball jackets (or outerwear in general) fit? There's one in the Topman sale for 30 quid, only XS left, and apparently they run small (according to Revolver). I'm slim, 5'9", 60kg - any chance I could squeeze into it?
     


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    I followed the advice on Revolve and bought M instead of S - not satisfied with the fit, but it's not huge on me. I wanna sell it...
     


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