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

  1. CDHagg

    CDHagg Senior member

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    I get all my shirts tailored. A couple of months ago, I brought all my old shirts from Express/thrift stores/etc. to a tailor, and now I'm not ashamed to wear them. They don't have to be uber-expensive in the first place in order to merit tailoring.

    P.S. My tailor charges $15 dollars to slim a shirt's body and sleeves.
     


  2. stevent

    stevent Senior member

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    Anybody know who makes these?

    It's on a park and bond Gitman product shot
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  3. KingJulien

    KingJulien Senior member

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    stevent Senior member

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    Sailboat print is the whole reason I want it. OL print is completely different


    Thanks, I did search Gitman shorts but couldn't seem to find anybody stocking this pair neither.
     


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    Is it okay to wear sandals or low top sneakers like vans with bootcut jeans? If not, then what's a good casual shoe to wear?
     


  11. VLSI

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    Let's ask ourselves a different question. Is it ever ok to wear bootcut jeans?
     


  12. ImaPro

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    Not sure if the right place to ask but... are Raf Simons suits worth it at $850? As far as construction/quality and if buying used isnt an option?
     


  13. Anduru

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    This cardigan (ignore rest of outfit, in ma pjz)
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    The pockets kinda bulge around my hips, so I'm wondering if I should bother cutting them out and sewing up the hole, which looks relatively easy, or if I should just leave it as is. I don't know if whoever designed it meant for it to be like that or?
    I was thinking of wearing it with black harem pants + black leggings + black boots + black tee?
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  14. KingJulien

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    Based on the fact that you had to ask, I'd say no. What are you looking for? An interview/wedding suit? In that case, hell no. But some of his suits are really cool and use amazing fabrics and might be worth it at that price; though I wouldn't spend that myself for sure.

    If you're talking MC 'quality'; I'd say no, you can do better with menswear brands.
     


  15. ImaPro

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    I really like his suits, they have quite distinct lapels. And just pretty much to go out lol Thanks!
     


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