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

  1. Fortysomething

    Fortysomething Senior member

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    Looking for denim suggestions for something that fits long and tapered (a la 19cm) but roomier in the top block...


    Anyone?

    Levi's new 520 I think it is? I haven't seen them in person, but their site suggests they might be close to what you are talking about. But then again they may be too slouchy...dunno.
     


  2. gettoasty

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  3. Oasis

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    Levi's new 520 I think it is? I haven't seen them in person, but their site suggests they might be close to what you are talking about. But then again they may be too slouchy...dunno.

    Those don't look too far away man. They won't be overly sloucy through the thighs and seat for me cause I'm bigger built than the model.

    However, I'm really looking for raw denim which I shoulda mentioned!
     


  4. jthan09

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    Does anyone know where I can find a white pair of the Commes des Garcons x Generic Surplus Hunting Low sneaker in white?

    The stores that I've come across are only selling the navy version.

    Thanks.
     


  5. Knisse

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    Hi guys, just picked up a pair of Dior Homme Jeans, have any of you ever made any waist alterations on a pair of DH? Or is it stupid to make alterations when i just picked up them (off the bay) I sized legs correctly (a little snug) but the waist is a few CM's too wide.
     


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    Hi guys, just picked up a pair of Dior Homme Jeans, have any of you ever made any waist alterations on a pair of DH? Or is it stupid to make alterations when i just picked up them (off the bay) I sized legs correctly (a little snug) but the waist is a few CM's too wide.

    Is a few cm really that bad? I feel like when I try jeans on they fit fine but when I'm wearing them I could be doing with a few extra cm to move around anyways..
     


  7. Knisse

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    Is a few cm really that bad? I feel like when I try jeans on they fit fine but when I'm wearing them I could be doing with a few extra cm to move around anyways..
    Good question, i havnt had it done yet - i am still considering it. Right now i need to sack them a bit to make them fit properly. I am just afraid of how it actually looks to get waist alterations.
     


  8. BrownieElf

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    which is best for all seasons, rain snow

    clarks desert boot, the bushacre, or the bushacre II.

    And are these true to size? My feet are around 11 1/2 E (wide)

    plan on wearing them with indigo jeans, or light chino's. looking at brown, or beeswax. Any other color reccomendations?
     


  9. Barnabus

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    Quick dress shirt tailoring question

    I have a 19 and half in neck and a 47 inch chest with a 34 inch waist. Given that, my shirts that fit my body tend to leave with me with the inability to be able to button the top button of my dress shirts so i'm curious as to whether its possible for a tailor to some how alter the neck size of my shirts for me ?Or am i doomed to having to get my shirts custom made if i wish to wear a tie? [​IMG]
     


  10. BlackToothedGrin

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    19.5 inch neck is going to be tough/impossible to find off the rack. Go MTM at Modern Tailor, Cotton Work, etc. Find a shirt that you like the fit of except for the neck and give them those measurements
     


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    do i need to use imageshack or similar to upload pics?? if so whats the best one?? thanks
     


  12. Doctor Quack

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    Anything but imageshack, it will rape your soul.

    Photobucket and imgur seem to be suitable for most people.
     


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  14. BrownieElf

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    I fit perfect in 10 1/2 M clarks bushacre 2 boots.

    My feet measure 11 1/2 on the foot thing. b or c for width. Looking at used Allen Edmonds, can anyone recommend a size?

    shoes i'm looking at are 11/12 c in size
     


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    any way to fix RO double layers that have pulling on them? Now the shirt is like a skirt, fuck

    Sigh, $400 down the drain if not, and I barely wore the shizzles. The black one I have still is kind of intact, but the gray one is like the single layer ones, length wise, lol
     


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