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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. jet

    jet Senior member

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    That leder is very robust, rustic german appalachian steez. Too bad it's short and wide or I'd have kopped the fuck out of it before it went online.

    Toasty my shawl collar is pilling out of the box but I don't give a shit for what I paid so if you do I would pass.
     
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    Ann prices have been outrageous as of late. Depressing to look at.
     
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    I saw some hipster dude walking across campus wearing a camel cropped pea coat with Christopher Kane galaxy leggings today.
     
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    I get in the 9th. Sunday might be rough for me but I'll check our shared planner and will PM you. Rye's too busy taking photos of himself on instagram but maybe Karl might join. Hell, jet, kelvin, and pg2g would all be down to meet as SW, I'm sure. Chad's still alive but he lives in Malibu so I never see him.
     
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    Argh so I never cared much for knits until I had a schneider one come in today but it's a bit too big. Now I know why you guys cream over this shit. What brands should I look for for good, basic knits that are soft and makes me feel wrapped in clouds? I would be ok with sweatshirts too. Fuck, fuck schneider and his inconsistent sizing!!!

    So heartbroken, I haven't had a miss on a purchase in long time.
     
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    Got my first Schneider item in and was lucky enough to get the size right :satisfied: problem is I want more now.
     
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    Consuela seems lovely. [​IMG]
     
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    when making a yoox return (from canada) do you need to use the box it came in? or can i return it in a bubbly envelope?

    i ordered a couple of things and only want to return one item but the box is too big for it (just a pair of pants)
     
  11. the shah

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    it's pre-paid but any packaging works
     
  12. Lane

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    i think it hurts more when you see things you bought on retail go on super discount than losing out on sales...
     
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    I think NYC just causes sweaters to pill no matter what. You have to walk so much and carry your shit with you, so your bag ends up rubbing up against you with every step.
     
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    I am wearing it oversized for now and it looks good, but I am not so sure I do the frumpy look well. It's the softest thing in the world, marked size IV but probably easily fit 2-3 sizes larger as well cause of stretchiness and the fact that it's already bigger than marked.
     
  15. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    Just wait till you get more and you'll understand the inconsistencies in sizing
     
  16. brad-t

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    yes
     
  17. Lane

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    only good thing is that im happy with the purchases, if they were things I wanted to sell i woulda got really pissed.
     
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    ^^^This. Never had a problem with shirt sizing, but Knits/Jackets are all over the place. However, just received a SS sweater and cardigan from wrong weather, and my sizing guesses were right on! :nodding:
     
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    not possibly due to the measurements they have listed on the site by any means :p
     
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