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Diesel kulter black leather pants

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by IR guy, May 8, 2002.

  1. IR guy

    IR guy Member

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    I am thinking about buying these straight-leg leathers on bluefly.com. Does anyone already own these and would you say that $99 is a deal? What is the best way to wear these (shoes, shirts, belts, etc.) if I do end up buying them?
     
  2. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    If you must buy leather pants, wear them with pointy boots (alligator winkle pickers are good) and either a fitted silk or silk blend shirt in either a solid or a pattern(I have an Etro paisley that would fit the bill - but lots of other patterns would do) or a white linen tunic style shirt. Please don't wear anything resembling a tank top with them.

    Personally, I would never wear leather pants , except possibly at gunpoint, but I'm not you. $99 is certainly not expensive, but if you wear them one time, the per time worn cost is certainly high.
     
  3. IR guy

    IR guy Member

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    Thanks LA Guy. I think the price is what made this a near-impulse buy. I'm still not sure, but there may be a more practical way for me to spend $99 before adding leather pants to my wardrobe. Maybe I should focus on the fact that I need more clothes for the office and less clothes for the clubs, and that my shoppiong habits as of late have not reflected that.
     

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