Random fashion thoughts

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  1. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    I was just messing around, no more copping sprees I have more than enough.

    I may cop a piece or two from jw but wouldn't be surprised if it's zero.
     
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    APK Senior member

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    Mauro's button-down shirts seem to be more or less universally praised, so these swatches should yield some bold shirts:

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    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    what to wear for clubbing in -14C...
     
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    Mauro's button-down shirts seem to be more or less universally praised

    are they really? Every single picture I've seen of the back of the shirts shows odd bunching in the bottom half, from the lookbook photos to the fitpics. Not a fan of the back. But those swatches do look interesting. very Agnes B.
     
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    That floral-on-black is neat. Does WVG suffer from button-down collar?
     
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    are they really? Every single picture I've seen of the back of the shirts shows odd bunching in the bottom half, from the lookbook photos to the fitpics. Not a fan of the back. But those swatches do look interesting. very Agnes B.

    Isn't just that nature of darted shirts? I don't really fuck with darted shirts for this very reason, and when I do, I'll usually err on the side of sizing up so that bunching isn't prominent (or even an issue).

    That floral-on-black is neat. Does WVG suffer from button-down collar?

    The oxfords do, but the flannels don't. I'm assuming these won't.

    And hopefully there can be reasonable pricing off the bat. The caveat of pricing your items to brace yourself for the inevitable steep markdown conditions you to not want to pull the trigger until those markdowns happen. I think the current markdowns on the site are more in line with what the starting price for these shirts should be.
     
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    cocostella Senior member

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    I have these and they are awesome.

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    Where to kop?
     
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    And hopefully there can be reasonable pricing off the bat. The caveat of pricing your items to brace yourself for the inevitable steep markdown conditions you to not want to pull the trigger until those markdowns happen. I think the current markdowns on the site are more in line with what the starting price for these shirts should be.

    Pricing high in anticipation of price drop bumps?
     
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    Sabrosa Senior member

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    The blue floral print on the right looks exactly like one NDG used on a western shirt from awhile back.
     
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    Damn. I feel like I'm seeing a new side of Junya. Next level-ish.

    ^How tall are you? I think the tops will fit me at 6'1". At least my CdG H+ blazer and cardigan do, could I expect the same fit from Junya (i.e. 25" sleeves)?


    6'5, was a store here in Oslo that carried a few pieces from Junya and when I tried on a jacket in L which apparently was the biggest size, it was too tight in the shoulders and athe rms slightly too short.
     
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    Mauro's button-down shirts seem to be more or less universally praised, so these swatches should yield some bold shirts:
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    is mauro making sundresses or what o_O
    i had a romper when i was like 6 with what looked like that fabric on the left. freals.
     
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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    micro florals suck

    go big or go home


    almost all of those swatches suck but the last pic's swatches are at least ok though I'm not a fan of the patterns
     
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    Has anyone ordered from Wrong Weather? How was shipping and customs and all that shit?
     
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    Has anyone ordered from Wrong Weather? How was shipping and customs and all that shit?

    Shipping was really fast with fedex, got my package in 4 days. I never got hit with any customs fees or anything. I believe they marked down the value to avoid that. Really smooth transaction overall.
     
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