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i just ordered the large military pant and realised they're pretty much unwearable as the hems will drag on the ground and be disgusting after one outing

 

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yeah i just like how theyre worn on the site with the slouchy pool. but ill see if hemming can work.
 

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Hey everybody, I’ve got a few things I don’t really wear and would like to sell.
if anybody is interested in anything below then just DM me.
Pretty cheap, but the more you buy the cheaper it will be since it can all go in one package.

Leather collar reversible coat
Size 50
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wool gabardine two pleats in midbight
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Silk/poly military shirt
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$100
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I bought the coat second hand but haven’t worn it myself. I have minimal need for coats now so I’m trying to cut down to just 2-3

the military shirt has been worn twice and is like new

the pants have been professionally hemmed but are unworn. The hem could be let out about 1.5”
 

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OccultaVexillum

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Has anybody tried any of the double breasted “denim” jackets this season? Not the shawl collar ones.
 

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Maybe you've assumed this but just in case: the military blouson on SSENSE they’re selling to women is in fact the same as the mens—and it's $100 less. I ordered the women’s M and it reads men’s 48 on the tag.

Super light. Dry hand feel. The cut/crop is killer. Very long sleeves but I don't mind a roll.
 

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I agree re: the cropping and the colour looks good, too! I just picked up SS20's boxy blouson in Moonstruck and love it. It looks to be a little boxier than the military blouson, but similarly cropped with just enough of an elastic hem at the back. I'd have definitely considered the military blouson if it included side entry pockets.

On another note, has anyone tried the belted shorts this season and can comment on the fit? Some shops are suggesting that the waist is cut wide and meant to belted tight so as to gather material at the waist, while others are showing them as relatively fitted at the waist with the models wearing their usual size (I hope that makes sense). At 5"11, I worry that the bermuda length will cut me off in a weird way, so any insight would be appreciated!
 

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Women's looks a million times more interesting than men's for SS22
This is the case for every designer though. So much more room to play with womenswear and so many more willing participants.

Overall I really liked this, as usual.

The elasticated pants with the patch pockets look really good, especially in the garment dye fabric:


The way this whole look moved was awesome, it doesn't come across in the stills. I wonder if it's some kind of silk/wool or viscose. Maybe linen or just cotton tonic but I haven't seen that fabric have that kind of drape. I'm looking forward to some of the belted 2 pleats that aren't wool or wool/poly as well.


I also enjoyed the cut on this shirt. And it looks crisp and light. I love convertible collars but it's getting out of hand I end up with like 3 per season so this will be a nice change of pace.



These pants look good too. Long rise, flat front, pressed crease and a straight cut that's not too wide. Like a redux of the flat front trouser but hopefully the cut is refined a bit more. The vest is kind of dope too.


This summer parka was a standout for me too.


There also seems to be some nice additions to the jewelry line up. There's a bronze/brass cuff that shows up but I can't tell if it's Lemaire or "Models Own".
The plimsols are very Lemaire but also Very Uniqlo. They should probably be $50 but will surely be $600 and not produced.
 

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