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

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  1. jufros

    jufros Senior member

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    Whyred button up from the opening ceremony sale. Still a lot of Whyred, Pudel, and Nom de Guerre left.
     
  2. FiveFiveFive

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    http://www.oki-ni.com/invt/ndg0018tan

    That's the same one, right?


    Well, looks like the fit is gonna be just as F'd up as the Nom de Guerre safari shirt.
     
  3. constant struggle

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    that is disgusting that i would probably need an XL in that shirt
    i would feel fat just wearing it
     
  4. Serg

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    That western shirt is the slimmest shirt i have tried on from NDG (the henley button up this summer was the opposate and was loose) and i have tried on every cut of their shirts from the last two years.

    It's still not rediculus like some the slimmest BoO shirts (in which i can't fit into a medium yet I wear a small in this NDG shirt).
     
  5. SoCal2NYC

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    That western shirt is the slimmest shirt i have tried on from NDG (the henley button up this summer was the opposate and was loose) and i have tried on every cut of their shirts from the last two years.

    It's still not rediculus like some the slimmest BoO shirts (in which i can't fit into a medium yet I wear a small in this NDG shirt).


    That's interesting - I have no problem with BoO sizing and yet find NdG overly restrictive.
     
  7. keykoo

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    Love it Socal. On sale?
     
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    That's interesting - I have no problem with BoO sizing and yet find NdG overly restrictive.

    Agreed. The NdG sizing this season is just silly. I wear a L BoO, and couldn't get into an XL NdG safari shirt.
     
  9. sho'nuff

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    i bought a Tumi brown leather messenger bag. really nice.

    [​IMG]
     
  10. SoCal2NYC

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    Yes it was a steal of a deal I couldn't pass up. They had a black zip up bomber; but, I already have a black Jil leather zip up and I feel they would be competing for attention. Something about Jil leather (and this one imparticular) always feels so luxe and upmarket beyond who it would normally sit next to on the racks (Dior, Balenciaga, Margiela). There are also still a few light blue leather blazers that would fit me and my boy said he may squirel one away for me once they hit 75%.
     
  11. onion

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    Just ordered this Sugar Cane 1930's/1940's Navy hickory Stripe Work Shirt. I hope it fits, I hear they run sort of small. The shirt is absolutely amazing though, with some really really cool details. I'm super excited. [​IMG]
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  12. thekunk07

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    socal, that from barney's? if so, is there any decent raf left? i haven't made it past 29th street in a while.
     
  13. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    yah there is a lot of good raf left
    there is the blue zip off sleeve jacket i bought, that long grey trench, lots of shirts and then a few of like the elastic blazers
    also they have 4 new styles of raf high tops in

    i'm not doing anything thursday we should swing by and then get some drinks
     
  14. thekunk07

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    sounds like a plan. i can duck out around 5 if that works.
     
  15. SoCal2NYC

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    the hickory stripe is creating an wierd optical thing on my monitor
     
  16. FiveFiveFive

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    Agreed. The NdG sizing this season is just silly. I wear a L BoO, and couldn't get into an XL NdG safari shirt.

    What's the opposite of vanity-sized?

    I'm normally a small in most shirts, but a large in Band of Outsiders. The Nom de Guerre safari shirt in large fits almost too well. I wish it was a tad looser around the shoulders.

    BTW -- got a pair of Rag & Bone RB15 dark-grey jeans in the mail through Revolve, and I friggin' love them. Just hope they don't stretch much, because they're perfect right now.
     
  17. jet

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    Agreed. The NdG sizing this season is just silly. I wear a L BoO, and couldn't get into an XL NdG safari shirt.

    Same here though the XL safari fit, still ridiculous.
     
  18. Serg

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    That's interesting - I have no problem with BoO sizing and yet find NdG overly restrictive.

    BoO has different cuts. The smallest of which is super super slim. I will post both Safari shirt fit pics and NDG henely button up in a bit.
     
  19. robbie

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    had some decent luck thrifting and picked up:

    a pair of florsheim loafers (i suck at knowing just exactly what type of shew something is)-3.99$
    Levis 1501-0117 28-38- 99 cents
    LEVIS gingham shirt- 2.49$

    I saw some cool28-34 701's,but 5.99 for jeans from a thrift store is a bit high so I'm waiting for them to go 50% off.
     
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    BoO has different cuts. The smallest of which is super super slim. I will post both Safari shirt fit pics and NDG henely button up in a bit.

    I'm familiar with both cuts of BoO as I have shirts from multiple seasons in both A and B-body (bite me, jet). That being said, NdG's sizing is still weird.
     
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