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Saint Laurent Paris - Official Thread.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by AriGold, Oct 4, 2012.

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  1. RFX45

    RFX45 Senior member

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    $70 @ H&M
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    smh
     
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    @21st very nice denim, but can't decide if I want those or the all black ripped knee only
     
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    Same. I purchased the knee ripped denim, but feel like they are a bit underwhelming. Nothing compared to fw14 knee destroyed denim
     
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    They're definitely lacking in attention-grabbing knee peculiarities, better stick to proven knee enhancers like jeans with huge leather inserts and zippers for major knee impact.
     
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    If I were you, I will go with Ripped Knee first because it can be worn more often. Then, get the stained destroyed.
    (Stained Effect from AW13 is a good choice too.)
    This season I like Blue Super Destroyed the most.
     
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    Anyone? Just picked up a silk shirt myself and sure don't want to ruin it..
     
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    I think you should just follow the instructions on the tag. Better safe than sorry.
     
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    Considering the retail price of the shirt, dry cleaning is a relatively minor expense.
     
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    True, but pretty much all SLP garments I have say "dry clean" (even their jeans), which I have of course washed without any problems.. 100% Silk, however, is a bit more unpredictable..
     
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    Hand wash or dry clean, pretty straightforward.
     
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    yeah, the ones that arent 100% silk still say dry clean also...

    wearing 5 shirts a week it's going to add up if have to dry clean them every time.

    seen studies on 'dry clean only' stuff...9 out of 10 it doesnt make a difference.
     
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    If you're wearing 100% silk SLP shirts 5 days a week, dry cleaning shouldn't be a concern.
     
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    well maybe that's an exaggeration...or an extreme...

    but maybe only thing stopping me is i dont want to be paying X amount a week having shirts dry cleaned if i dont need to.

    and the viscose ones are 'dry clean only' too.
     
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    OK, then don't be sad if you ruin a shirt or whatever because you didn't want to dry clean it. YMMV. If I'm spending $900 on a shirt, I'm going to pay $10-$15 to dry clean it at a competent place.
     
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    Truth be told I don't always wash my shirts every time I wear them. But then again I usually don't get then dirty and I don't sweat through them.
     
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    yeah, me neither. (to grapist)

    it was just a question...

    and i will probably risk ruining one with a handwash...i was just asking if anyone else has already ruined one with a machine wash or a handwash...

    vintage 1950s shirts are delicate too (cost more / harder to find / hold their value better, than SLP) and they wash in the machine fine (although i mainly handwash).

    i thought i saw the topic discussed earlier in the thread that was all...
     
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    seriously. balmain, rick owens, and fake slp? oy vey.
     
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    Oh you think I bought it? :lol:

    I just tried them on to show how it fits.

    It's 100 degrees here, you'd be crazy to even think about layering.
     
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