Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Apr 1, 2009.
Carmina Terra Cotta Boots Wednesday
MTO Camo Thursday and Oxford Point Collar
Time zones be damned, I need to go to sleep now
Those Carmina boots are so kick ass! Wish I could have gotten some.
Length is an easy fix for any decent tailor.
Just loosened up my credit card and waiting. Andale por favor, it's getting cold!
Even though I've never really contemplated spending almost $900 on a pair of shoes, it's probably a good thing those Vass Alt Wien's aren't stocked in my size... They look fantastic!
You don't just buy it. You sell a bunch of stuff you don't use anymore plus maybe something nice and BAM! spend'in money!
Barena sweater blazers?
Hey guys, we've got the following going live today:
New Epaulet Trousers (including a few surprises that you haven't seen)
Our first collection of fantastic gloves made in Naples
Samuelsohn for Epaulet sportcoat capsule collection
I'm going to roll everything out piece by piece, and it will all pop up in the New Arrivals section
Guys, quick sizing question. I wear a 35" in the Rivets and 36" if I want a bit of room. I purchased the 34" Walts figuring the 35" measurement would be perfect. Well, I am not even close to being able to close them... Is this normal?
Not yet, but they're en-route from Italy. We'll definitely have them for next week's drops
Yes, that can definitely happen. The construction and rise of the two shapes is totally different, so you have to take that extra inch with a grain of salt. With the way that both pieces are designed, a 34 Walt and a 34 chino should fit the same person, even though the Walt is a bit larger overall. You'd probably want a 35 or 36" Walt, just like the Chino.
That said, if the legs are OK, then consider running them by a tailor. You can have the waist and set let out by a full 1.5". They're designed for that.
Will the Rudy preorder option be added tonight as well?
Also, the Kudu group buy only comes up if you click on the Footwear section of the new arrivals menu...
Thanks for the response. That makes a ton of sense. The legs seem totally fine so I am thinking letting them out may be the way to go. I seem to have the opposite issue as most guys on here, bigger waist and chicken legs...
Also, I know this has been said a million times it the quality of the Walts is unreal. I love my Rivets, but wow. This is going to get expensive fast...
Pretty much this. I went from Rivets to Walts a year ago...
Mike - Of course I'm eyeing those shetland tweeds, particularly the sandy orange. Quick question. How thick/warm is this tweed? Meaning, will I be okay wearing these in South Carolina during the fall and winter (mainly winter), or will this be overkill? Thanks a bunch.
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