Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by pickpackpockpuck, Jan 1, 2012.
Perhaps his tastes should change. Belts are objectively awesome.
I love belts too, wearing them with jeans all the time. But I don't want to feel horribly uncomfortable without wearing it because that somehow gives me the feeling of wearing the wrong size.
I browsed through SF and found this: http://www.styleforum.net/t/273329/robert-geller-ss11-slim-jeans-5-year-fade-size-46-nwt
It says 15" on the waist, would be perfect I guess, but this doesn't seem to be the "usual sizing" huh?
Only problem with that is, I have those jeans in a 44 and the waist measures 15.5". Just double checked.
The gray ones are the same season and cut as those, denim is a little different. But like I said, irrelevant cause that measurement is wrong.
that seller also didn't measure them straight across which might be why it's only 15"
Does anyone know of any places that bought the sunglasses this season besides Blackbird? The all black Walters are exactly what I'm looking for and they sold out in a few days.
Really surprised that nobody is carrying them since they're all quite nice and reasonably priced and not "weird" at all.
I was surprised to see the Walters pop up - I think they were supposed to drop a couple seasons ago but I never saw them in stores.
Personally, I dig the Oskars more for shades. Walters are definitely nice though.
Have trouble shelling out that much for something that inevitably gets destroyed.
If only they were polarized, would buy.
I see people say this all the time about sunglasses, and it always boggles my mind. I had one pair of sunglasses stolen, but I've never broken a pair. Do a lot of people treat their sunglasses like shit, or something? What is this intrinsic property of sunglasses that dooms them to destruction?
I apologize for the delay in emails. It's been a week. I will get back to you guys when I have a moment to collect my thoughts. For now, I will need a designer and someone who knows how to build out a Big Cartel store, and if possible, can further develop in pHp.
Theres just too much room for error given their mobility. you take them off, put them down, someone knocks them off a table, a kid steps on them, they fall off when you bend over, you leave them at a restaurant ect....
Every premium pair I buy has a doomed fate. As I grow up though, less so, but no sunglass is immune to the time tested destiny.
That and the markup on luxury eyewear is insane.
^ it's sort of the same thing as a phone.
some people never have an issue with their phone. never broke, never lost, etc.
then you have that friend with a constant cracked screen and/or loses phone every other week.
I have held onto the same umbrella for about 4+ years so far. Blessed.
I have not been in possession of an umbrella for more than a week.
$10 uniqlo umbrella still going strong 3 years later
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