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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by minya, Apr 9, 2006.

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  1. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    Nice pick-up shore, I always look at them when I'm at co-op. Definitely a lot of bang for the buck.
     


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    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    A pair of Ironheart 634S
     


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    Paid out my arse for these but I can't wait to get them...
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  4. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    A pair of Ironheart 634S

    are you man enough for 21oz?
     


  5. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    are you man enough for 21oz?
    My guess would be no, but the denim is so cool looking that I couldn't resist.
     


  6. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Nom de Guerre classic fit jeans. I got the size 30. They jump from size 30 to size 32. The size 32 would be way too large. The size 30 are slightly small in the waist and upper thighs, but a good fit otherwise. I am hoping that they stretch out just a pinch. Maybe an inch in the waist. and another in the thighs.

    Also received my Engineered Garments Herringbone bedford and a olive green thermal by Nom de Guerre. Waiting on my Bblessing hoodie. Then, I must stop buying.
     


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    Nom de Guerre classic fit jeans. I got the size 30. They jump from size 30 to size 32. The size 32 would be way too large. The size 30 are slightly small in the waist and upper thighs, but a good fit otherwise. I am hoping that they stretch out just a pinch. Maybe an inch in the waist. and another in the thighs. Also received my Engineered Garments Herringbone bedford and a olive green thermal by Nom de Guerre. Waiting on my Bblessing hoodie. Then, I must stop buying.
    Any thoughts on this seasons bedford?
     


  8. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Any thoughts on this seasons bedford?

    Er, I like it? It fits perfectly at the shoulders and chest, slightly baggy through the torso. Good for layering. Good quality as always.
     


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    Er, I like it? It fits perfectly at the shoulders and chest, slightly baggy through the torso. Good for layering. Good quality as always.
    What about the arms? I'm 5'11", 160lbs or so, and the arms seem just a bit too long and slightly too wide (even when I layered them with a sweater and hoodie). I'm considering getting it altered, but I don't want to throw off the profile of the coat.. EDIT- size M EDIT2- my recent spending spree (which has ruined me): EG Bedford (from Drinkwater's) Nom D Blue Crewneck Sweater (from Brigade) Kicking Mule 1950s in rinse (from Revolve, but they haven't arrived yet)
     


  10. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    Paid out my arse for these but I can't wait to get them...
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    Out your arse? They're only like $65. I got a pair of brown ones for that a year ago. There was a 15% off zappos coupon though but they were only $80 retail. They're really comfy though.
     


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    EG Bedford (from Drinkwater's) Nom D Blue Crewneck Sweater (from Brigade)
    Both items I've looked at getting, but can't exactly afford. How is the sweater? And do you really think slimming up the arms and shorting them on the Bedford would alter the profile/silhouette? And How much would that alteration normally cost?
     


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    Out your arse? They're only like $65. I got a pair of brown ones for that a year ago. There was a 15% off zappos coupon though but they were only $80 retail. They're really comfy though.
    Ain't nobody ask you, slim. Wayne, I dig the shoes - good pickup.
     


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    Both items I've looked at getting, but can't exactly afford. How is the sweater? And do you really think slimming up the arms and shorting them on the Bedford would alter the profile/silhouette? And How much would that alteration normally cost?
    funny, I can't afford them either [​IMG] I didn't buy any expensive clothing this summer; saved it all for winter. The sweater is beautiful and a medium fits me perfectly (slim but not tight). The construction is quite solid as well. I love it, but is it worth the pricetag? Probably not. The issue I have with the bedford this year is that, while the body has definitely been slimmed down, it doesn't seem to me like the arms have. The body is a bit boxy to accomidate layering, but the arms still seem too big... my tailor could probably make the alteration for ~$20 or so, I'm guessing. (I haven't actually checked)
     


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    A pair of Ironheart 634S

    I figured the 'I only need one pair' bit wouldn't last long [​IMG]
     


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    No pics, but somewhat recently I have picked up Nom de Guerre classic fit grey (Stels in Boston, you too LA Guy?), Seize sur Vingt grey striped shirt on sale at Stels (gotta love being an XL), Italian indigo diors, and Neil Barret ankle boots. I just moved to Boston for school and the shopping here is excellent, although the boots were from yoox....
     


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