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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. cl smooth

    cl smooth Senior member

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    best rick owens pic from the show

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    wtf is up with the rick footwear, and the dude hates buttons this fall
     
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    I actually just ordered the Siki Im jeans (raw) in sz 1 instead of the layerdye. Don't know when they'll ship tho cuz they're in Paris :L.

    The Cone Mills denim sounds promising. Really expecting good things from them when they arrive.
     
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    GOING TO BUY ALL THAT SIKI IM FUCK

    Someone help with sizing though :eek:

    TIA
     
  6. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    anyone have any idea how gustavolins outerwear runs? specifically, if a 4 would fit a 41" chest? Sort of random, sorry.
     
  7. Severisth

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    Also curious about Siki Im sizing... :)
     
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    someone get me that kilt
     
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    that kilt is sick. it was actually handmade by a 5th generation native american weaver. if you check out the "syllabus" for the fw11 collection on the siki site it has the info at the bottom.

    sizing is pretty straightforward: 0=28, 1=30, 2=32 (sample size), 3=34, 4=36 for bottoms; for tops, 0=XS, 1=S, 2=M...you get the idea
     
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    Unforunately, IMO, his sizing is all over the place.

    My bomber from F/W '11 in boiled wool is size 1 and fits wonderfully / oversized. Ever since, I been wanting more Siki

    His lookbook is so awesome.






    *New store on SF radar now* :lol:

    THANK YOU P^4
     
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    OK, that's about what I figured, thanks!
     
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    sizing for me is generally pretty consistent, but you also have to keep in mind that not everything is intended to fit in one way. some pieces are meant to be very slim (blazers, for instance), while other pieces are meant to be oversized (bomber). kinda depends. if you're unsure, definitely size UP on things like shirts and any tailored stuff. the jackets are all real snug in the shoulders. and with the slim jeans, if you're worried you're between sizes again definitely size UP.

    edit: actually, with the slim jeans it might be worth sizing up anyway. I'm normally a 30 but wear a 32 in the slim jeans.
     
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    I wonder if that is all one piece or detachable.
     
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    bought the black slim jeans in 34, if you want them if they dont work out let me know thx
     
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    if it helps, i recently snagged a blazer in size 1 that fit on the larger end of 36. so yeah, you'd either be a 3 or 4
     
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    Thanks just placed an order for the size 1
     
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    Those new Rick x Adidas sneakers look pretty cool.
     
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    everyone on the site now :lol:
     
  20. Find Finn

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    U no like clown shoes?
     
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