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Recent purchases - Part II

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

  1. Jbravo

    Jbravo Senior member

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    Well said :) For the record, mine is slightly less slim fitted than the one on the model
     
  2. Dbear

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    i have a feeling the shoulders will look bad and is probably the primary reason they sized down for the fit pic.
     
  3. Caveat

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    Rock it how you want. But not being able to move your arms without popping a button is not cool in any country.

    Also, brown buttons on a grey jacket is an inexplicable design choice. Almost like they had some deadstock buttons they needed to get rid of. (And yes, I realize this is coming from someone who just posted a paint splatter cardigan that will be immediately returned.)
     
  4. Jbravo

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    No offense, but I have a feeling that you've never been to Italy.
     
  5. Dbear

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    by all means show us how its done
     
  6. Jbravo

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    All, thanks for sharing your opinions. I might not agree with some of them but the feedback is truly appreciated. I've decided to keep the jacket, because I like it [​IMG]
     
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  7. GBear

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    [​IMG]

    We'll see how this goes...
     
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  8. Jbravo

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  9. GBear

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    Yeah, too good of a price to pass up
     
  10. Jbravo

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    They got nice offerings from time to time. Like CCP jacket for EUR 2000. Too bad it's not my size.
     
  11. NaTionS

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    I'm trying to decide between that model and the blistered dust that's more like a light gray.
     
  12. GBear

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    I got the dust.
     
  13. artishard116

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    this showed up today, thanks sev.

    Love it but its actually a little tight in a couple places (arms/shoulders/storyofmylife). Still undecided.

    [​IMG]
     
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  14. insomniac341

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    GBear, post pics when you get it! I'm really curious what the blistered dust looks like. Been eyeing that for a while, just dunno how to incorporate it into my mostly monochromatic style...usually only do dark jackets/leathers

    Art, the fit looks good. Fight through the pain.
     
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  15. reedobandito

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    Looks good art, what is it?
     
  16. Severisth

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    Damn, I would have thought it would have fit great, what with my skinny-fat body being larger than yours, must be all those muscles of yours :embar:

    edit: reedo, it's Geller. Also, whatever that tweed blazer is that was posted earlier, I must not understand blazers at all if that's a remotely acceptable fit, looks fucking awful on the model
     
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  17. kindofyoung

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    Don't worry, it does look awful
     
  18. GBear

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    I have no idea either to be honest. Probably just going to wing it and hope it works out.
     
  19. istasi

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    you know who to call :D
     
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  20. 3 Prague Winters

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    My Yoox roulette

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    Also hoping nothing fits.

    300th post after 6 years!!!:bounce2:

    Watch out stitch, I'm coming for you.
     
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