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

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  1. BB1

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    ^^Fit looks spot on. What shoes are you wearing? I'd probably dress like you if I had the money. lol.
    Those are the infamous W+H Dayton service boots. They look ok in this context, but the bottom half feels a little plain since there's not much contrast between the denim and the boots. Maybe some brown boots or white sneakers would look better with these particular jeans? Not really sure.
    fit on those jeans looks like that of my RLBL jeans, though the wash is mildly cooler
    The DBSS jeans measure 6.5" on the bottom hem, and the amount of leg taper is a lot less than you'd think. Thus, the thighs are quite narrow too. RLBL actually makes jeans that skinny?! The quality of the DBSS denim is not as good as something like KMW, yet it's priced just as high. Quality is maybe halfway between Nudie and KMW. So a large part of what you're paying for is the wash and design details.
     
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    Does anyone have tips on what to wear it with or not to wear it with?
     
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    The DBSS jeans measure 6.5" on the bottom hem, and the amount of leg taper is a lot less than you'd think. Thus, the thighs are quite narrow too. RLBL actually makes jeans that skinny?!

    The quality of the DBSS denim is not as good as something like KMW, yet it's priced just as high. Quality is maybe halfway between Nudie and KMW. So a large part of what you're paying for is the wash and design details.


    yes, last season and this season the jeans are extremely slim.
     
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    Does anyone have tips on what to wear it with or not to wear it with?


    no pants, only socks. Wowzers~
     
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    A few things I received recently from Japan....

    DBSS lambskin trimmed shorts. Doing my very best impersonation of a homeless trust fund university student....

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    Julius lambskin leather jacket...

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    Where did you get the shorts from?
     
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    no pants, only socks. Wowzers~

    which colour of socks should i get? [​IMG]
     
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    Where did you get the shorts from?

    I proxied them from Japan. If you're size 29/30 waist, then the shop I bought them from has one pair left in that size. PM me if you want more info.
     
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    ^ o.c. their shoes are 70% off right now.
     
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    Rag & Bone Jeans copped on ebay 50 bucks.
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Think I scooped the last one in M.
     
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    Nice belt. But too small for me though. PM if interested.
     
  14. Wu Dynasty

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    I have the same Tanner Goods belt. I love it.
     
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    Think I scooped the last one in M.

    +j blazer fits like shiit. Return and let somebody else have it
     
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    ^nice. i just got a fujiwara cardigan that is very similar.
     
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    The cardigan.


    Ooo nice pick-up
     
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    went thriftin today: best score ever.
    YSL blazer
    Givenchy blazer
    Dior tuxedo jacket
    saw balmain tux jacket but it unfortunately didn't fit the sleeves were 3/4 length on me and the shoulders were really wide, but it was cropped to my belt
    YSL dress shirt
    Givenchy dress shirt
    Armani dress shirt.
    I assume that most or all the things came from the same person
     
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