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

  1. mlyngard

    mlyngard Senior member

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    I need a cheap summer wedding kit. Thoughts on this? Or any other options out there i may be missing?
    Thank god my friends are all done with their weddings. Jesus. Kenneth Cole makes some respectable suits too. Black is your friend. So is Navy.
    Anyone know how to get permanent marker out of leather? -226
    alcohol
    Agreed, but you also want to be really careful or you might just leave a larger slightly less dark stain with a nice halo around it showing how bad you fucked up. Garment leather can be really porous. I'd blot it. Carefully. Follow up with soap and water (alcohol also dries leather out) A faster-drying solvent like toluene or xylene might be worth some thought. Those are used as ink-printing solvents more than alcohol. Art-supply store. Or take it to a dry cleaner and let them take on the responsibility. You ain't the first to dip your pen in the office ink...
     


  2. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    any can comment on neil barret denim with polyurethane coating sizing ?
     


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    I had some J.crew shirts tailored and told the guy to slim down the arms. Now theres some pulling in the chest, but the tailor didn't do anything to slim down the body. Any idea why slimming the arms would make the chest tighter?
     


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    ^^ I'd guess that the tailor adjusted the armholes somewhat.
     


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    may be not the right season, but what do you guys recommend to wear under your trousers in the winter? do you guys have long johns stocked up? it's just a bit uncomfortable, IMO, to feel both pairs of pants on my legs. maybe really thick wool pants? (sounds uncomfortable)
     


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    So, I freaking want these Margielas:

    http://www.antonioli.eu/index.php?co...Category=Shoes

    but I'm not currently in any fiscal position to drop $500+ on a pair of shoes.

    Before I go out and buy a gallon of white paint and make my own, does anybody know of a cheaper alternative, with a similar look?
     


  7. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    may be not the right season, but what do you guys recommend to wear under your trousers in the winter? do you guys have long johns stocked up? it's just a bit uncomfortable, IMO, to feel both pairs of pants on my legs. maybe really thick wool pants? (sounds uncomfortable)
    Get two pairs of trousers, one that's wool or lined for winter and one that's cotton/linen and unlined for spring summer, or just stop standing around in the wilderness
     


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    ahjota Senior member

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    may be not the right season, but what do you guys recommend to wear under your trousers in the winter? do you guys have long johns stocked up? it's just a bit uncomfortable, IMO, to feel both pairs of pants on my legs. maybe really thick wool pants? (sounds uncomfortable)

    Long johns rock, man. I have five pair, and depending on if I move farther north I may get more.

    Trousers in heavier fabrics aren't uncomfortable at all. Just warmer.
     


  9. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    I've never felt comfortable with long johns under pants, maybe I just wear too slim of pants but it just feels weird
     


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    I need a cheap summer wedding kit.
    Thoughts on this? Or any other options out there i may be missing?

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    http://www.llbean.com/llbeansignatur...tn&cat4=505930


    cruise the j. crew discount racks at a regular store and see if there is any summer 2009 stuff left - you might get lucky - i got a khaki linen suit for sub-100 this way. otherwise, this looks decent and cheap.
     


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    So, I freaking want these Margielas:

    http://www.antonioli.eu/index.php?co...Category=Shoes

    but I'm not currently in any fiscal position to drop $500+ on a pair of shoes.

    Before I go out and buy a gallon of white paint and make my own, does anybody know of a cheaper alternative, with a similar look?


    I'd also be open to similar beige, suede trainers with the gum sole. These pumas are the best I've seen so far:

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_s2Z1X02J0a...s1600-h/os.jpg

    but I can't find them anywhere.
     


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    Anyone source me some KMW chino's?
     


  14. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    anyone know where i can get some dressy sweatpants? preferably with selvage
     


  15. mlyngard

    mlyngard Senior member

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    anyone know where i can get some dressy sweatpants? preferably with selvage


    Chambray or pinpoint oxford cloth?
     


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