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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Empire, Feb 27, 2007.

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  1. WhoKnewI

    WhoKnewI Senior member

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    I was leaning towards the red one because I'm getting a bit tired of black wallets.
     


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    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    I was leaning towards the red one because I'm getting a bit tired of black wallets.

    Same reason i went red.
     


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    What's the best storage solution for Polo's, I have some of the cheap plastic hangers from Target but I'm getting what looks like bulges in the shoulder from the hanger. I've seen "the hanger project", but I just don't have that kind of cast to spend on hangers....
     


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    What's the best storage solution for Polo's, I have some of the cheap plastic hangers from Target but I'm getting what looks like bulges in the shoulder from the hanger. I've seen "the hanger project", but I just don't have that kind of cast to spend on hangers....

    Try folding them.
     


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    Try folding them.

    If I had the room I would, I don't own a dresser right now, I have a small closet that I can hang most everything and in the middle I have dare I say Yafa Blocks. I store my socks, boxer breifs, and Tees in. I'll just try to rearrange everything again [​IMG]
     


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    Any opinions on the fit of my new blazer (other than the fact the sleeves are too long)?

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    I wear a 40S suit. Should I go "true to size" on a Sterlingwear peacoat (40S, which has a 38" chest measurement) or go down one (38S, which has a 36" chest measurement?) I vaguely remember
    This, again. Alternatively, what are some somewhat affordable peacoats you can recommend? EDIT: 5' 7", ~162 lb.
     


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    Any opinions on the fit of my new blazer (other than the fact the sleeves are too long)?
    It looks like it's trying to double as a corset. I'm not sure if there's anything you can do to reduce the amount of pulling at the waist, but from the pics you posted, there seems to be just too much suppression.
     


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    Are the bean camp mocs look too similar to boat shoes to be appropriate for fall?
     


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    If I had the room I would, I don't own a dresser right now, I have a small closet that I can hang most everything and in the middle I have dare I say Yafa Blocks. I store my socks, boxer breifs, and Tees in. I'll just try to rearrange everything again [​IMG]

    You could try something like this... http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/90102532
     


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    If I had the room I would, I don't own a dresser right now, I have a small closet that I can hang most everything and in the middle I have dare I say Yafa Blocks. I store my socks, boxer breifs, and Tees in. I'll just try to rearrange everything again [​IMG]

    +1 on folding them. Using hangars almost always stretches out polos.

    I wear a 40S suit.

    Should I go "true to size" on a Sterlingwear peacoat (40S, which has a 38" chest measurement) or go down one (38S, which has a 36" chest measurement?) I vaguely remember


    Size down to the 38.
     


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    Any opinions on the fit of my new blazer (other than the fact the sleeves are too long)?

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    looks like it was made for a woman
     


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    +1 on folding them. Using hangars almost always stretches out polos.
    Thanks everyone for help, I'll just start folding them, right now I only have a few so shouldn't be to hard to move stuff around.

    You could try something like this... http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/90102532

    Thanks for that suggestion, I'll have to check and see what target has, as the closest Ikea is about 2 hours away. Definitely looks like a better solution then Yaffa Blocks...
     


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    what's a good brand that makes a good pullover sweater that i could layer with collared shirts? either v-neck or crewneck is fine.
     


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    Any opinions on the fit of my new blazer (other than the fact the sleeves are too long)?

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    Looks like the body is a tad short, even for a sportscoat. I personally like fitted/slim but there's just too much waist suppression there, looks like you can't breath... just the wrong cut, suck it up and get something else... (sorry)
     


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