Random fashion thoughts

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

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    Link me up good sah
     
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    haha na I dont really wear belts that much if ever

    but from the yoox website it says " dual buckle closure" so im thinking its 1 belt :confused:
     
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    This...I found one in a thrift the other day, couldn't believe the quality. Nice pattern and great slim cut, too.

    Unfortunately, Reedo, I don't see anything similar currently on their web site. But, if my workout plans go well, and you're still obsessed with fair isle stuff after winter, I could probably let mine go. :D
     
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    There's a Backlash Isamu Katayama double rider's jacket out now, modeled after a LL lightning. It's made from Guidi oiled calf, they got it from them in Italy I guess. Looks thin and rather unimpressive though, because thin oiled calf isn't really my thing I guess, dime a dozen to me. Anyway, the price... $8000 or so at exchange rate.
     
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    oiled calf is dope, not thin though...

    8k.....rather get ccpee kangaroo with titaniums
     
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    trust me man, it's thin... I make leather jackets all day, you know?
     
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    i type shitty i meant oiled calf is awesome unless thin
     
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    ^Sierra Trading Post is sometimes a good source for Dale knits. Ironically, mine was one of the first things I sold when I came to SF.
     
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    On another note, anyone else ever have a bit of a let down feeling when finally acquiring a grail piece after thinking about it for a year or two (obv not non-stop)?
     
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    sir galahad felt much the same way
     
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