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Fall/Winter Accessories (hats, gloves, scarves, etc.)

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Nosu3, Sep 1, 2009.

  1. tor

    tor Senior member

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    ^I'd wager he's talking about lined leather gloves. If not, let's talk about them anyway.
     


  2. breakz

    breakz Senior member

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    Related question: I need some stylish long-johns. Where should I look, my stylish colleagues?
     


  3. JIGSAW.1

    JIGSAW.1 New Member

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    ^You gettin paid by google now?

    Dude, gotta be more specific. Leather or knit? Dress or casual? Rubber or latex? The powdered easy-slip-ons or the ones where you have to snap each finger into place? Some gloves don't take well to non-water based lubricants.


    my mistake...

    Every year I usually buy a nice leather pair from Danier...but I would like to try some orther stuff...really I only think of leather when it comes to gloves...I'd like some variety, so what are some other good gloves for everyday wear but is still stylish and watm.
     


  4. PinkPantser

    PinkPantser Senior member

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    Related question: I need some stylish long-johns. Where should I look, my stylish colleagues?

    uniqlo
     


  5. gwydion

    gwydion Senior member

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    Related question: I need some stylish long-johns. Where should I look, my stylish colleagues?

    MJK [​IMG]
     


  6. mlyngard

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    You got a price point in mind? I'd say places like Coach (who specialize in fine leather wear). Really nice, but a little blingy. Otherwise, I have a two year old pair from BRep that are thinsulate lined leather, really nice, and do just fine with non-water-based lubes.
     


  7. JIGSAW.1

    JIGSAW.1 New Member

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    You got a price point in mind? I'd say places like Coach (who specialize in fine leather wear). Really nice, but a little blingy. Otherwise, I have a two year old pair from BRep that are thinsulate lined leather, really nice, and do just fine with non-water-based lubes.

    price ranges Id say is around 60-80$...what other gloves are stylish other than leather?

    I'll check out coach but I would like to get something else instead of leather.
     


  8. Nosu3

    Nosu3 Senior member

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    Related question: I need some stylish long-johns. Where should I look, my stylish colleagues?

    saw these recently:
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    at $200 though. Also interested in alternatives.
     


  9. the shah

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

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  10. Nosu3

    Nosu3 Senior member

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    How are Mario Portolano gloves?
     


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    Not buying anymore winter stuff this season but could be persuaded to grab the Ute Ploier fingerless gloves if they drop in price just a bit more.

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    I'm looking for a chunky wool scarf. This Rag & Bone scarf is the only one I've been able to find so far. Has anyone seen others? Thanks.
     


  14. AR_Six

    AR_Six "Sookie!"

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    Good bump. I need gloves. Recommendations?

    As for bump question, get an sns heavy scarf. Look through the sns herning fits thread to links to stockists, the danish shop has them in lots of colourways.
     


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