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Recent purchases - Part II

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

  1. nahneun

    nahneun Senior member

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    YEAHHHHHHH BOIIIIIIIIIII
     
  2. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    Did a swap-a-roo for this.

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    :satisfied:
     
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  3. Fuuma

    Fuuma Senior member

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    Woah, fit pic. It looks really great in green.
     
  4. Trit

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    A someone who doesn't live in any sort of fashion town, pants are a bummer for me. All the ones I buy online are too tight. Checked all over the mall today on my lunch break and actually found some great, light linen pants at Moores (Canadian low-tier suit store)! Pronto Uomo, which apparently is a nothing-special brand. But, yeah, surprising find. I'm summer'd up at this point.

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    Could I use a tote that's not also a reusable grocery bag? Probably.
     
  5. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    judging by how everything in that pic fits you, i'd guess that the pants you buy online all being "too tight" have to do with you not knowing what size you are
     
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  6. Trit

    Trit Senior member

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    I think it might be denial right now. I'm not a 40 anymore. There's button pull all over the place. And I tell friends to watch for that. So I'm basically the worst.
     
  7. metranger8694

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    Trit.

    Check out Epaulets website. They sell a cut of trousers called the"Walt" and "Rudy" fit. The Rudy is cut for bigger thigh'd guys.
    http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/bottoms/Walt-Trousers
     
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  8. Caveat

    Caveat Senior member

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    Pronto Uomo is the Mens Wearhouse house brand.
     
  9. Trit

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  10. OccultaVexillum

    OccultaVexillum Senior member

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    MI - Long linen shirt
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    Isaora - droppy crotchy mesh
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    M Howell - oxford band collar popover
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    Still waiting for this Lim stuff to arrive

    big ass long shorts (short pants?) in bro spectrum
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    double waist pleat shorts
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  11. kindofyoung

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    Big fan of the blue shorts, but pink ones are atrocious
     
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  12. OccultaVexillum

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    Yeah I am definitely out of my comfort zone on them. Other stores they look more baby blue so I am kind of hoping for that, either way it will be easy enough to return them.
     
  13. Jbravo

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    I'm still waiting for the delivery.
     
  14. Jbravo

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    Jbravo's one lucky motherfucker - he's got a CCP blazer yo [​IMG]

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  15. KongGeorgeVII

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    This coat but in solid black.

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    These chaps/hakamas but in black wool.
     
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  16. johnH123

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    If you live in Halifax, have you checked out RCHMND? It's the only good store there for men's clothing (Duggers is alright, but woefully overpriced for what you get).
     
  17. Trit

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    I haven't but I keep meaning to. Dugger's just seemed real dismissive the few times I've went in. They have some cool stuff but not cool enough to act unfriendly. No one in this town is cool enough to act unfriendly.

    I ended up taking those pants in an inch the whole way down the leg. They're less old-man now.
     
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  18. Benesyed

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    Traded for this. IMO a better version of the clover and looks to be thicker and slightly roomier cut!
     
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  19. brightorangetrousers

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  20. futuresailors

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    Helmut
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    Branquinho
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