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

  1. Ermac

    Ermac Senior member

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    ^Either works, but I prefer getting them taken in.
     


  2. delakingois

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    Any Petrov-stockists online? I know about Forward, but they haven't received any SS-stuff.
     


  3. NonPoly

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    Looking for a pair of White Common Projects Achilles Low(sz43) for less than $350. All sold out on Revolve, and I'm having trouble ordering from Tres Bien. Any ideas? Thanks.
     


  4. SpartanUndressed

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    Collar buttons on a button down shirt. If the collar has buttons is it acceptable to unbutton them? What is the SF rule on this?

    Shirt would be untucked, something like this (although I don't think this particular image has collar buttons):

    [​IMG]
     


  5. jslade

    jslade Senior member

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    Size S = EU46 or EU48?

    Suit size 38 = EU48?
     


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    twdawson Senior member

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    anyone know a discount/promo code for Inventory Mag's online stockroom?
     


  7. spacetaekwon

    spacetaekwon Well-Known Member

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    Robert Geller Shirt Sizing:
    I usually wear a size small
    or a M in asian Uniqlo oxfords.
    should I get a 46 or 48?
    Does his shirts fit tts? measruements seem to be sightly larger.//
     


  8. slack tide

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    Size S = EU46 or EU48?

    Suit size 38 = EU48?


    Can differ but I think a safe say would be EU46 = US36 = US Small in most brands.

    Suit Size US38 = EU48, correct.
     


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    ^^ 46, especially if the measurements seem a little large
     


  10. slack tide

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    Collar buttons on a button down shirt. If the collar has buttons is it acceptable to unbutton them? What is the SF rule on this?

    I think it's well beyond a SF rule, but I think if there are buttons to button down the collar, they should be used..

    doubtful that anyone would debate this...but who knows.
     


  11. Stazy

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    These are the measurements for a jacket I'm looking at but I'm not sure how to interpret them...A
    chest measurement of 51 cm (20 inches) doesn't make any sense to me. Nor does a shoulder measurement of 42 cm (16.5 inches).

    Chest: 51 cm
    Shoulders: 42 cm
    Sleeve: 77 cm
    Back: 63 cm
    Hem: 44 cm
    Waist: 48.5 cm
     


  12. slack tide

    slack tide Senior member

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    These are the measurements for a jacket I'm looking at but I'm not sure how to interpret them...A
    chest measurement of 51 cm (20 inches) doesn't make any sense to me. Nor does a shoulder measurement of 42 cm (16.5 inches).

    Chest: 51 cm
    Shoulders: 42 cm
    Sleeve: 77 cm
    Back: 63 cm
    Hem: 44 cm
    Waist: 48.5 cm


    That's tough but appears to be a somewhat large medium at about a 40 inch chest. The shoulders, though, measure snug for a US40 jacket. It seems there should be an extra inch or so in the s2s. I hate trying to figure out those tables.

    edit; in review I didn't help anything here..:-/
     


  13. Knisse

    Knisse Senior member

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    These are the measurements for a jacket I'm looking at but I'm not sure how to interpret them...A
    chest measurement of 51 cm (20 inches) doesn't make any sense to me. Nor does a shoulder measurement of 42 cm (16.5 inches).

    Chest: 51 cm
    Shoulders: 42 cm
    Sleeve: 77 cm
    Back: 63 cm
    Hem: 44 cm
    Waist: 48.5 cm


    Chess is armpit to armpit i reckon, maybe he wrote the two numbers wrong? Try to ask/mail the place you are buying from.
     


  14. sofaking9000

    sofaking9000 Well-Known Member

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    Ya man, I have a really strange physique, legs are overdeveloped I guess from lots of hockey, but I've got naturally big hips. My torso is pretty short. I just wear shorter t-shirts to compensate for that difference. I've attached a pic (only way I could show my weird proportions is shirtless), but you can see how big my hips are compared to how narrow my upper body is. Not sure if losing another 10 pounds or so will really even that out.. [​IMG]
    since when is that fat, cuz if that's fat...me at 165lbs at 5'9" needs to drop like 1000 lbs [​IMG] [​IMG] Fml. Why is all of SF anorexic? [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    since when is that fat, cuz if that's fat...me at 165lbs at 5'9" needs to drop like 1000 lbs [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Fml.

    Why is all of SF anorexic? [​IMG]
    [​IMG]


    Well it sucks to know that I'm not that overweight but my physique (particularly in my hips), looks like I am. I'd rather LOOK good in clothes. How often am I even shirtless? Unless I'm banging bitches, pretty much never.
     


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