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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. 

    I'm like 89% sure this wasn't me. I'm not a doctor, in a doctor related field or know anything about stuff doctors do. I also greatly enjoy hakamas.
     
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  2. nahneun

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    It was lmaozedong
     
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    brain fart. i was even imagining lmds avatar as I wrote that.
     
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    New USPS international rates for lighter items are :fu:
     
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  5. They also got rid of delivery confirmation. It's called usps tracking now and you have to get it added in at the register, no more green slips. It's free with priority now though.
     
  6. Mr. Moo

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    Can someone recommend nice, black/very dark grey jeans/heavier cotton pants cut similar to Label Under Construction washi material pants, or MA+ 5 pocket pants, etc? I like that style (roomier top block with a strong-ish taper), but don't want to drop $1k+, or even $500 for second hand, etc....
     
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    The news is out, my colleagues now know I spend all my take home income on clothes

    fml
     
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    may get these hightops if price is alright...





    and the jacket...





    and maybe the pants too [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks. I shot him an e-mail a week ago or so asking for measurements, but no reply. :eek:
     
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    That jacket looks nice KOY, where from?
     
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    The Local Firm F/W 13
     
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    I am only guilty of buying 400 pants at the moment.
     
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    I'm happy with my black Zam B soft J pants. Regular/roomy upper block and strong taper. I got the cotton version and they're thick and sturdy, but still drapes nicely.

    The J cut, frayed hem and long inseam might not be exactly what you're looking for, but if you hem them (I got rid of the fraying), they will work well with non-SZ-stuff. J cut legs makes for stacking on the outside of the leg and that the outseam twists to the front of the leg by the hem.

    I got mine for 220 shipped on one of his sample sales.
     
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    i was told rick owens detroit jeans are good for tapered bottoms
     
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    It's not as bad as you'd think... its a relief some times. I no longer get asked prices/brands, just a 'I really like X thing', 'X label/style?'
     
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    Nice. Do you, (or anyone), have measurements for Zam B's size 52? Are they small/tts or big?
     
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    I knew I'd totally desensitized everyone to my clothing expenditures when I had dinner with my grandmother and she asked how much my sweater cost. I said four, and she asked "Four hundred, or four thousand?"
     
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    I would imagine you could contact Zam directly through SZ. Of course then you have to register for an SZ account, which I believe requires some sort of blood sacrifice and an oath to Lord Voldemort. Or you could probably ask shah for Zam's email since I suspect he has it.

    I actually like SZ for reading about stuff since there are plenty of smart, knowledgeable people on there. But the niche is way too narrow and serious to actually get involved.
     
  20. Mr. Moo

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    Yeah, I shot him a PM via SZ, but no replies. He's probably too busy in Paris (can't blame him).
     
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