Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
lane what size were those julius bottoms you were selling ?
I sold those eons ago, size 2.
you remember waist measurement ? just needed to find out what size i might take. dude isn't answer pm so i might have to look elsewhere....
well depending on the season they all fit differently from waist, thigh, even hem.
the gray ones SS10 I think you're referring to fit a 46(41cm waist).
talking about black cargo size 3, not grey ones...guy should just get back to me so he can make a sale what's going on here....
They're okay, they're ribbed and very stretchy.
It's actually much less awkward than the actual Lanvin (was that it?) video.
I want that Lanvin suit. I need it.
julius pants sizing isn't always that consistent. some things run big, others small. you should get measurements first. and the waist usually runs really big compared to everything else
^+1, they 'oversize' the waist on some as you're supposed to sag super low
tanx for heads up fellas
I've got a couple of J.crew sweaters that are a blend of cotton and cashmere. What's the best way to restore their shape? I've tried washing them, and find the process very lengthy and tedious. Would dry cleaning them ruin them?
Reviewing posts in WAYWT from last winter looking for inspiration for a pair of winter boots that can hold up to the elements. Seem like a lot of people just wear their nice kicks, elements be damned. The exercise did allow me to relive one of the great HarrisonK posts.
Will probably have to revisit Unc's boot thread from last winter.
Will probably wind up buying two pairs, one pair of Bean Boots (they're just so damn functional) and one I actually like.
ended up not being a very useful exercise in the end. ended up buying some cavalli boots that are decent but not as warm as i would like. in the end i probably should have just bought some ugly winter boots. ah well.
The real winner is the Danzig Misfits blaring in the background.
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