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Band Of Outsiders S/S 09 Discussion

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by constant struggle, May 7, 2009.

  1. thekunk07

    thekunk07 Senior member

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    ^i have a few ro tees and tanks but the viscose are a suitable replacement and hold up fine thus far. trying to only spend $ on grail items or good shoes these days.
     
  2. toothsomesound

    toothsomesound Senior member

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    ^i have a few ro tees and tanks but the viscose are a suitable replacement and hold up fine thus far. trying to only spend $ on grail items or good shoes these days.

    Good for you dude. I will probably try this too...
     
  3. driveslowk

    driveslowk Senior member

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    i have my jantzen pattern perfect, the extra fine fabrics are great, with mop buttons, $55 shipped from HK, i can't beat it...

    who is a good casual shirt MTM?


    How did you fix the low armholes and the baggy sleeves? I keep telling them to change it but they never do
     
  4. Coldsnap

    Coldsnap Senior member

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    boo is officially dead to me
     
  5. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    Comical levels of hate for BoO on this thread LOL
     
  6. surrender

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    Does BoO still send you replacement buttons if you e-mail them? One of my sleeve placket buttons popped off and I can't find it [​IMG]
     
  7. Doin' Fine.

    Doin' Fine. Senior member

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    BoO's recent looks have been shit, honestly. It's gone beyond ironic Ameri-prep trad now. I don't wanna look like those douchebags I saw in Nantucket that one time.
     
  8. Trendy Sing Sing

    Trendy Sing Sing Senior member

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    BoO's recent looks have been shit, honestly. It's gone beyond ironic Ameri-prep trad now. I don't wanna look like those douchebags I saw in Nantucket that one time.

    You gotta get that Provincetown look.
     
  9. siglo vi

    siglo vi Senior member

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    is it just me or is customer service for online orders at south willard non existant?
     
  10. KaiserSose

    KaiserSose Senior member

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    Does BoO still send you replacement buttons if you e-mail them? One of my sleeve placket buttons popped off and I can't find it [​IMG]

    +1. Snapped a button straight in half with my super human strength.
     
  11. AGPi

    AGPi Senior member

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    It ain't just you.
     
  12. constant struggle

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    How did you fix the low armholes and the baggy sleeves? I keep telling them to change it but they never do

    I don't have low armholes or baggy sleeves on my jantzen shirts? tell them VERY VERY Trim fit
     
  13. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    Does BoO still send you replacement buttons if you e-mail them? One of my sleeve placket buttons popped off and I can't find it [​IMG]

    Why don't you just buy MOP buttons in a pack or have the dry cleaner sew it back on for you when you have it laundered?

    You're really going to bug someone at a brand for a button?
     
  14. Doin' Fine.

    Doin' Fine. Senior member

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    You gotta get that Provincetown look.

    Just copped assless chaps a couple days ago, actually.
     
  15. ruey17

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    For $250 a shirt, least then can do is to send you a button. I know Thom Browne does at least -- packs them into string-button orange envelopes.. =)
     
  16. chronoaug

    chronoaug Senior member

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    You could also get a few blowjobs for $250. Ultimately, spend your money where you want
     
  17. ctrlaltelite

    ctrlaltelite Senior member

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    they also sew extra buttons into the side tag of some shirts.
     
  18. hnlax

    hnlax Senior member

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    question: if i'm a medium in j crew, would a large overdyed batiste fit? or would i need to go for an xl?
     
  19. tonio028

    tonio028 Senior member

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    question: if i'm a medium in j crew, would a large overdyed batiste fit? or would i need to go for an xl?

    I take a small in J.Crew and a small in the regular BoO oxfords and a medium in the BoO overdyes. I recommend getting some measurements though as we all have different body types, which could change the sizing you would want purchase.

    The overdye batiste's are more generous/roomy than their overdye oxfords because of the lightweight material though. I purchased a medium overdye batiste recently and it is still slim on me but not as slim fitting as my medium overdye oxford, which was fine for me b/c this lightweight shirt is perfect for summer and I prefer a slightly looser fit in the summer.
     
  20. hnlax

    hnlax Senior member

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    definitely want to try a shirt on, and thanks for the advice!
     

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