Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by mfais, Jan 22, 2010.
Aldens are too expensive to put up with imperfections. Send them back.
That has happened already bro. For me its just a matter of what I can pull off. I LOVE all of Kolor's clothes and that whole look.... However I just don't know how it will look on me personally. I will try it out, post some pics and get some opinions. If it does not work I'll just return it. Thanks for the help.
if i wear a XS in gitman, S in BoO, would i be a TB0 or a TB1?
Do Rick jackets in the european sizes fit TTS? As in, if I'm a 48 in suits would I wear a 48 in rick leathers as well?
I really like the fit of Black Fleece shirts. Are BB ESF similar in fitting?
Can anyone help me find this shawl cardigan or one similar? I especially like the raglan sleeves and ribbing at bottom
Where can I find a blazer similar to the one fassbender is wearing here?
Edit: moved to denim questions thread
What colour shoes should I wear with my burgundy leather moto jacket?
Every time I wear brown boots, they look off... and I have the same problem with black as well.
I've been avoiding it by wearing canvas chucks, but winter's here and my chucks aren't built for snow.
I have a pair of casual pants, the waist is too high. I'm 5'8'' and the waist and the rise is about 12 inches which is way too high.
If I bring it to a tailor? can they do alternation on it or no?
I am talking about the bottega cord pants, they are really nice, but the waist is higher than my belly button. Maybe I just need to return it. . Because I really like them.
Hello, I have a quick question: I bought a shirt yesterday and it fits perfectly but when I stretch both my arms, say forward or I leaned to type on a keyboard while standing up, I can feel the stretch at the back is at its fullness. This also happens when I cross my arms although in less effect. Also, for this shirt I went a size down because I really like how the shirt wears in normal posture. Should I choose comfort or should I go with tighter fit than what I usual wear and avoid leaning down or crossing my arms or stretching both of my arms?
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