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

  1. hennree

    hennree Senior member

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    I'm after some dark green / olive pants or jeans. Price range up to $250. Anyone suggest any brands please?
     
  2. stevent

    stevent Senior member

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    Rrl, left field, rogue terriroty
     
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  3. EndOfAnEra

    EndOfAnEra New Member

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    Anyone know where I can get a jacket like this in black or charcoal?[​IMG]
     
  4. crosswound

    crosswound Senior member

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  5. wizzeak

    wizzeak Senior member

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    Anyone who is typically a US medium wear Lad Musician? Does 46 fit? Is a 46 from Lad even a size small and they don't make anything bigger than that, or is this sizing not, 46/small, 48/medium/ etc

    I have a 46 shirt from them right now that is too small for me but it measures much smaller than the shirts on their website.
     
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  6. crosswound

    crosswound Senior member

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    What are the measurements? Most of the measurements seem to be on the bigger side but 46 is supposed to be their small.

    Note i ive seen size 42 shirts from them that would be suited for a true medium @23 p2p....
     
  7. crosswound

    crosswound Senior member

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    Maybe it doesnt fit bad as you think you could post a fit pic here. Crows wont come in :)
     
  8. wizzeak

    wizzeak Senior member

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    Nah it's definitely too small haha. If i stand up straight and push my shoulders back you can see a gap forming between the buttons. It's almost skin tight in the biceps and the the shoulders. Definitely not the aesthetic Lad had in mind

    It's chest measures ~19 inches but on Lad's site a 46 shirt is supposedly 21.2 inches and 18.5 in the shoulders. I find those measurements particularly the shoulders kind of odd for a small, especially a Japanese one.
     
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  9. crosswound

    crosswound Senior member

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    Yea the cut is weird no doubt. But from your description def sounds tight. Did you ask the seller for measurements before buying?

    I bought a shirt in 42 asked the seller for measurements he give me a p2p @ 22 so i know how you feel lol.

    Im assuming he was way off in measuring havent gotten that shirt yet. I did order a few things.
     
  10. wizzeak

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    Can't even remember it was nearly a year ago so it's just been sitting in my closet since. I probably took took a gamble since I really liked the shirt. :(
     
  11. Phallacy

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    I'm searching for a nice material hoodie with preferably a geometric cut ala brands like Rick Owens, BBS, Attachment etc. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
     
  12. mr usneun

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    Just a little update on my search.
    I look for the sweater on the right. Looks like a golden polkadot?

    [​IMG]
     
  13. J BAILEY

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    I just got a shirt I ordered from J.Crew and it has a small tear in it, about 1 cm long. Is it worth exchanging? Unfortunately I'd have to pay for shipping since I'm in Canada.
     
  14. rossg1

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    Looking for a black slim fit double breasted peacoat. Sort of like this one, burberry eckford. But it is 895, any suggestions?
    [​IMG]
     
  15. stoicassistant

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    Looking for starter brown boots.

    Versatile.

    Low profile.

    Sleek toe-box.

    ~$200-300.

    What should I buy?
     
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  17. Benesyed

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    Any suggestions for solid black jeans/casual pants that have a more soft/cloth like feel than rigid denim. Similar to what I normally post wearing (mine are by a random yoox brand). Slightly roomy at the thighs with around a 6 inch ankle.

    Thanks
     
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  18. crosswound

    crosswound Senior member

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    benesyed do you mean just a dress trouser? there is plenty.
     
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    You must really like ryan gosling
     
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