Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by pickpackpockpuck, Jan 1, 2012.
Who still has the armhole shirt in a 52?
Someone is using a picture of me on ebay to sell their RG pleather pants from s/s12. I feel internet famous.
Looks great man!
Anybody cop the CPxRG Oxfords from this season? Wondering about sizing.
Saw that Gilt.com had them on today, but that sold out fast. If they don't work out for somebody (in a 43 or 44), flip me a PM.
same if someone is trying to get rid of the bracelets.
I really should start checking Gilt again.
I got the chain one from SSense a while back but I haven't worn it cause I need to get a few links taken out to fit my girl wrist.
I did pick up the painted one just because I've never seen it before so I'll let you know if I decide not to keep it.
Sigh, friend's cat peed on my dry-clean only geller zip jacket.
Took to dry cleaners, still smelled like cat pee.
Heard of apple cider vinegar and sprayed it, then took back to dry cleaners.
Smells like cat pee and apple cider vinegar, but a bit less like cat pee.
I hate cats now...
EDIT: this probably belongs in rft
You have to pee on the jacket yourself. You need to assert your dominance, because right now the jacket thinks that it is that cat's.
Have you tried leaving the jacket outside for a few hours? It may not get the entire smell out but it should definitely help.
I've left it out for several days. It helps a little...
Hows the quality of Robert Geller? Im debating btwn the field jacket and the bomber...
bomber is always a better look.
I sympathize - got tagged by a seagull in my summer bomber in early fall - all down the left sleeve. jacket says "do not dry clean" and "do not anything else" so I'm potentially resorting to club soda and focused prayer
how is the sizing on outerwear? I normally wear a Medium in most items and a 48 IT suit jacket, but oftentimes a 50 IT in outerwear. Would a size 50 in a bomber or wool field jacket be okay? For reference, I am 6'1" with a 38" chest and 31" waist. Thanks!
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