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LL Bean + Rogues Gallery = LL Bean Signature

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by TheDroog, Aug 20, 2009.

  1. drewdub

    drewdub Active Member

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    I ordered the Blucher moc's in blue suede. Should be at my place tomorrow - I post up details.
     
  2. scribbles

    scribbles Senior member

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    I ordered the Blucher moc's in blue suede. Should be at my place tomorrow - I post up details.

    Please do. I really like the look, but I have my doubts about the quality. It'd be nice to be surprised by the quality of an item for a change.
     
  3. Lynx_the_one

    Lynx_the_one Senior member

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    Please do. I really like the look, but I have my doubts about the quality. It'd be nice to be surprised by the quality of an item for a change.

    You have doubts about the quality of an LL Bean Item? Where are you from.
     
  4. drewdub

    drewdub Active Member

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    Got the mocs in "darkest navy"

    Trying to decide whether or not I want to keep them - my concern is they kinda look to much like the blue in my naked and famous weird guys which I wear a lot. They looked great with some chinos/grey denim - but not sure.

    They are comfortable and very soft - seem to be of good quality.

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  5. gladhands

    gladhands Senior member

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    Anyone pick up or tried on the Plain Weave blazer/pants?

    Just wondering if it would work as a decent khaki cotton summer suit.


    I bought the pants in 34/36. At 6'5" 212 with thighs and butt that are a little too muscular for most "designer"pants, these are still loose. The rise is higher than the current norm, but not obscenely so. If I had paid more for these pants, I'd have the legs slimmed. The opening is pretty big.
     
  6. Castle

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    Got the mocs in "darkest navy"

    Trying to decide whether or not I want to keep them - my concern is they kinda look to much like the blue in my naked and famous weird guys which I wear a lot. They looked great with some chinos/grey denim - but not sure.

    They are comfortable and very soft - seem to be of good quality.

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]


    Absolute beauties them, where they from?
     
  7. anonymouz

    anonymouz Senior member

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    ^ I hope you're not talking about the shoes...
     
  8. Castle

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    Hope whatever you wish. What else would I be talking about?
     
  9. phoenixrecon

    phoenixrecon Senior member

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    shoes are j crew of course
     
  10. Castle

    Castle Active Member

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    Thanks. . . but what indicates they are J Crew to people who haven't seen them before?
     
  11. phoenixrecon

    phoenixrecon Senior member

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    its because they have laces... only j crew has laces.
     
  12. Castle

    Castle Active Member

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    Great reply. Everyone seems to be obsessed with J. Crew on here, kinell. . do you own thing you sheep.
     
  13. phoenixrecon

    phoenixrecon Senior member

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    you must be trolling.... its obviously j crew
     
  14. Castle

    Castle Active Member

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    Trolling? eh [​IMG] When did I say they were or weren't J.Crew?
    You been on the pop lad?
     
  15. a-rock

    a-rock Senior member

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    They're JCrew for sure. JCrew invented woodsman-style laces. They also invented mocs, chambray, gingham, Indian madras, and tab collars, utility jackets, Levis blue jeans, and Timex watches.
     
  16. Castle

    Castle Active Member

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    [​IMG]

    Lets be honest though, J. Crew aren't original in any way. Never done anything iconic either really.
     
  17. avery

    avery Senior member

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    i'm going to save you the trouble here buddy. they're making fun of you because you're posting in a thread about ll bean signature, and you asked where the shoes were from. they are from ll bean signature.
     
  18. Viking

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    These are from LLBean Signature collection
     
  19. Ossington

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    Is there a difference beyond colour/price for the regular LL bean casco bay boat shoes and the ones from signature?
     
  20. mtmindc

    mtmindc Senior member

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    Anyone pick up or tried on the Plain Weave blazer/pants?

    Just wondering if it would work as a decent khaki cotton summer suit.


    Recently wore the plain weave blazer and pants in soapstone as a summer suit with a pink shirt and black/white/red diagonal stripe tie. Buttons look cheap and I plan to replace them, trousers could use a hem, jacket shoulder padding feels like a bit much. Still, plenty of compliments from the uninformed. It's a three-button blazer, so I let it hang with the lapel up and wore it as a three-roll 2. I straddle a 38/40, and the 38 fits reasonably well, if a bit loose in a few places.

    All for less than $200 when I bought it with the $10 gift card offer earlier in the spring and free shipping codes. If you press your luck in the B&S forum, you can get a much better suit in the $300-400 range. If you need something right away and prefer a return policy to accompany your purchases, I wholeheartedly recommend this route.
     

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