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

  1. MW-11

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    What are the most versatile desert shoes? Which ones should I buy as my first pair. I plan to wear them with jeans/chinos/shorts (dark to light khaki)
     
  2. stylenoob718

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    Check out these, I use one and I love it. http://www.superslimmy.com/pages/slimmy-comparison-chart
     
  3. phxaz

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    What kind of boots is the model wearing?
     
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    Some people like the Ts. I've not tried 'em. Their summer linen suit is one of the best cheap suits I've seen. Everything else I see in my local h&m I'd not recommend.
     
  7. HollyJoint

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    and jeans / chinos, do you recommend?
     
  8. ghdvfddzgzdzg

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    i haven't inspected the chinos but i do not recommend the jeans:

    *ugly washes
    *shit fabric
    *my friend's pair came all apart.
     
  9. HollyJoint

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    ok

    the chinos also is very poor quality, but have a good fit

    you recommend me some cheap chinos with a acceptable quality?
     
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  10. ghdvfddzgzdzg

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    probably a pair of dockers that fits u in the waist + a tailor is your best bet if u wanna keep it cheap.

    edit: oh I guess or a pair of Bill's Khakis on sale at STP (make sure you get on the mailing list so you get the dealflyer coupons for an additional discount.) and then, again, a tailor. bills are not fashionable.
     
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  11. HollyJoint

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    dockers are good but expensive, for that price I'd rather buy a carhartt pants

    And dickies chinos, are also good? are always cheaper than these two
     
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    I think their jeans are good for the price, if you find a good wash. Nice stretch.
     
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    Just to add something to this, I've noticed the smallest these generally go seems to be about 3" h x 4" w which is fine by me. 3" x 3.75 would be even better.

    Problem is I can't find anything with these dimensions that also has a coin compartment. If anyone know of some options, please let me know.
     
  14. Nunofurbusiness

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    looking for some really sleek black boots. something like side zips maybe? On a budget. You can interpret budget however you like.
     
  15. Nunofurbusiness

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    Also very nooby question lets say I wanted to buy sonething at the marketplace, All i need to use is my credit card and use a paypal account correct? I dont need to drop the money in my paypal account it cam be kept on the card while purchasing?
     
  16. Lokesh

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    Depends on how you set up your PayPal account. If you link it to your card or bank account, you don't have to put any money into the PayPal account. It will automatically draw from your card/account. If you link it to your card though, you are charged a fee when you make a payment. If you link it straight to your bank account, there is no fee on payments.
     
  17. HollyJoint

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    I took some baggy jeans for my tailor, to transform the slim fit jeans, but I need some jeans for her to do the same, and I do not have any. :\

    There is some slim fit jeans at h&m with a good fit, similar to levis 511?
     
  18. Akronym

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    Does anybody know what kind of boots these are, or have a suggestion for a similar pair? Sorry for the blurry pic.

    [​IMG]
     
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    It's finally consistently cold as hell in Ohio everyday and I need a coat. Where can I find an acceptable, warm winter coat for around 100? Do the big retailers like H&M/Uniqlo/Gap etc have anything worth getting?
     

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