Recent purchases - Part II

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by scott.m, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. dmash

    dmash Senior member

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    nice bag at a steal.
    Thanks! Couldn't pass it up. I have a briefcase, carry on roller, backpack but no nice duffle/handbag. Knew there was no way I'd get another one that nice around that price range and I have been SUPER happy with their footwear. Guidi makes GREAT leather stuff at a fantastic price when on discount/slightly pre-owned. I think the reverse horse is going to not only wear well, but look even better in person than it does online. Seller also said he's pretty sure it was purchased in Paris during their first season of making bags. That's going to be pretty awesome if true.
     


  2. Lane

    Lane Senior member

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    ^^^ You seem like a very confused kid.
    You seem like someone from a jcrew catalogue. Nah, but for real though I'm just poking fun at myself cuz I've been buying lots of overly feminine items but it's the happiest I've been since buying the more agggressive stuff all the time isn't good. I need balance to achieve what I want.
     


  3. nahneun

    nahneun Uncle Nephew

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    You seem like someone from a jcrew catalogue.


    Nah, but for real though I'm just poking fun at myself cuz I've been buying lots of overly feminine items but it's the happiest I've been since buying the more agggressive stuff all the time isn't good. I need balance to achieve what I want.


    whatever. who the fuck cares what you buy as long as you're happy with it. stop feeling the need to validate your own purchases, lane. unless you just want the attention [​IMG]
     


  4. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    Guidi:

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    Bag is great, if I didn't have 4 margiela bags I'd have copped one of these.
     


  5. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    they are vibramed already, but I'll consider the extra heel thing cuz its just 3.50. Might go to NYC this weekend and vibram my julius boots [​IMG]

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    was really lusting for these, but they are forever lone gone.

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    I like the ones you got better, actually.

    x-post from WAYWT:
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    AllSaints Regiment tank and Dayton Service Boots in charcoal nubuck.

    I like the AS tank quite a bit. Fabric is fairly thin, it's super-soft, and it has curved seams and an unfinished hem.

    Daytons have some quirks to them but are awesome overall. These will be my go-to boots for the foreseeable future (probably picking up some Butter-ohs in the fall to rotate in).
     


  6. nicelynice

    nicelynice Senior member

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    Whenever I hear Creed I can't help but think of the terrible band
     


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    tkachevigor New Member

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  8. dmash

    dmash Senior member

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    ^Neither one of those is a good fit IMO man....
     


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    jwied82 Senior member

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    Whenever I hear Creed I can't help but think of the terrible band

    haha. was about to say the same thing.
     


  10. Superb0bo

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    jacket [​IMG] the sleeves are horribly attached though, need to take it to a tailor to clean the shoulders up... Not totally convinced about UW quality control...
     


  11. A Fellow Linguist

    A Fellow Linguist Senior member

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    Guidi:
    Creed:


    These are great kops and I would be jealous, but GIT smells a bit weird on me. Guidi bag is still totally rad.
     


  12. kwoyeu

    kwoyeu Senior member

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    got a bunch of white muji u-necks for girls (factory seconds, 2.5$ each), XL should fit me just right if measurements are accurate

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    also mr.hare oxfords + mmm tee

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  13. ManofKent

    ManofKent Senior member

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    jacket
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    the sleeves are horribly attached though, need to take it to a tailor to clean the shoulders up... Not totally convinced about UW quality control...


    Nice jacket. ~I've bought quite a few things from UW and apart from a loose button on a waistcoat I've not had any problems, but I might just have been lucky.
     


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    zissou Senior member

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    ^Yeah, the first thing I do with a UW garment is remove all of the buttons and sew them on properly.
     


  15. Superb0bo

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    The jacket is pretty great otherwise, and I got it at 40% off, so a slight tailor job at the shoulders will really be worth it.

    btw MoK, how are the pants? Do you have any with s-m-l sizing? I saw some cool work pants at end-clothing (i think) ,but have not idea if im a M or L.
     


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