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

  1. hoodyear

    hoodyear Senior member

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    Birdwell Britches

    pit to pit, shoulder to shoulder (assume you mean s2s)
     
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  2. Gamgee

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    When losing weight is it worth it to get your shirts constantly retailored and taken in around the middle, or should I just sticking to buying lots of cheap shit over and over until I'm at a more consistent body size?
     
  3. mcfly26

    mcfly26 Senior member

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    long shot here, but why acrimony only rejects my card payment? anything special i dont know?
     
  4. Biscotti

    Biscotti Senior member

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    Anyone have help for my shoe sizing question?
     
  5. Ecco

    Ecco Senior member

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    Your shoe sizing question is entirely subjective based on how you want it to fit. Without knowing what boot you are talking about if you have that much room I'd say size down one and if it's too small, return.

    And dude losing weight, it's entirely based on how much weight you are losing. The cheapest option is to deal with some fitting issues until you stabilize around your ideal weight. Or just keep hitting up Uniqlo but don't continuously tailor your shit.
     
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    Lookin for a slim jean not made from cotton. I heard cotton jeans arent the way to go for slimmer guys because of stacking?
     
  7. munchausen

    munchausen Senior member

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    what is this i don't even
     
  8. Bortelli

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    Thanks

    Thanks very helpful
     
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    riotior Well-Known Member

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    Quick question -- if I'm a M/15.5 in US, what size YSL shirt do I buy? I'm thinking 39, but for some reason I've got it stuck in my head that I'm a 42 (probably because there's only one left, and it's a 42). HELP
     
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    That's because your question was based on so many wrong assumptions, but to cut the gordian knot: no, stacking does not look bad on slim guys, just stick to cotton.

     
  11. Master Milano

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    shit, i know i've been on the forum for forever but, how does one contact charly from TOJ and where is the product list :slayer:
     
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    Product list is on their tumblr called John coppridge or something and the email should be there as well, probably templeofjawnz@gmail.com
     
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    How do i edit my sig?
    Im totally missing where that is...
     
  14. Timbaland

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    ^^ Click on your username in the upper right hand corner of the screen and scroll down until you see Forum Signature. You will see a link that says Edit Signature. Click on that.
     
  15. hoodyear

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    Anyone else lose their ebay feed?
     
  16. Bortelli

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    Opinion on contrast collar shirts?
     
  17. munchausen

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    I think they look douchey.
     
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  18. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    A jean made from not cotton? So linen trousers? I'm not sure I follow... 99% of jeans are made from cotton, except for a few novelty/special run fabrics that are blends.
     
  19. munchausen

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    I actually looked it up and there are wool jeans, but all of the ones I could find looked like dad jeans and were at least $250.00.
     
  20. lawyerdad

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    Well, your question doesn't really make a lot of sense, which is why you're getting that sort of reaction.

    As somebody else pointed out, almost all jeans are made of cotton. You could buy pants cut like jeans in some other material, but they won't really be "jean" as most people understand the term. And "stacking" is generally a product of the length of your hem. If you don't want stacking, just hem them appropriately. (Lots of people actually like the aesthetics of stacking.) And being skinny has nothing to do with it.
     

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