Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by AriGold, Oct 4, 2012.
Still new to this, size down one?
Whatever is comfortable for you man
With that shirt and watch combo shouldn't you be at the True Religion store?
I grabbed a pair of walnut suede Wyatt's yesterday and also got my FW15 destroyed back from the tailor (brought them down just below 14cm) and figured I'd post a pic if anyone is thinking about them. They are very comfortable and I'm happy with the fit as well. They are over my newer wider shaft Wyatt's but still work well. I also tried and am now thinking about the vinyl biker even though I really just tried it for the hell of it.
@Prudy the Nashville looks great man, I'm super happy with mine!
^ that looks great.
@Bawlin thank you sir! I dropped my five zips off when I picked these up and am having the tailor match the cut of these...really happy with the fit
Who's your tailor? I got a few pairs I need to have brought in slightly. Wish I could go as tight as you but I got size 10 feet
@Jbidwal just the house tailor they bring in... He's really good..done these and a few shirts for me. I don't know if all do but most saint laurent shops I've been to offer complimentary tailoring. If your in the bay I can't find the tailors shop and let ya know.
Question to the men who wear harness boots/chelsea boots, how come nobody seems to tuck in their jeans into the boot? I feel like i'm the only one who does.
This ain't Faith Connexion bruh
Should tell you something, shouldn't it?
Really surprised to see that name here...
Also, stop tucking jeans into your boots. It looks daft and with SLP's snug fit it'd look even sillier. Everyday life isn't a runway.
only time i tuck my jeans is when i wear SL01/H
Hi guy, I am looking for this fall winter 2013 sequined leopard print sweater in size XS or S, if anyone here has it please contact me. Cheers!
Looking good. Out of interest what size shoes do you take that a 14 cm hem can fit over the wider shaft boots? I'm a 45 and a 15 cm hem hardly goes over them anymore.
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