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Saint Laurent Paris - Official Thread.

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

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    I generally wear a size 30, sometimes a 31, in SL. I stuck with a 30 for the raws. I think the key for preventing crotch blowouts is to start out tight. Less excess material equals less friction.
     
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    I thought the tighter they were, the easier it would be to get crotch blowouts. Thanks for the info though!
     
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    Jeans are looking great.. Where's the belt from?
     
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    Thanks! It's Silent by Damir Doma(my beater belt).
     
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    Anyone know where can buy a Chain destroyed in size 32?
     
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    That's absolutely fantastic. I'm astonished it took only 8 months.
     
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    Thanks! There was 1 soak that I added a capful of bleach to in order accelerate the dye loss.
     
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    I don't know if I'd have to guts to try bleach, but I should probably stop using Woolite Dark.
     
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    Both the 27 and 28s look great.

    I know I'm late to the discussion about handling silk garments, but whatever. I made the mistake of washing my silk [black] bandana because I didn't feel like taking it to the cleaners like I usually do. Long story short, the black dye bled and the bandana looked dull. No more sheen. :(

    I don't know about the silk SL shirts, but the colors may bleed on to the white parts of the shirt if you wash it. Do it at your own risk.
     
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    What about their jeans? It says "dry clean only. How many of you just hand wash them?
     
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    I have yet to wash any of them, but someone I know washed their pair in the washing machine and they turned out fine. That being said, they were just the plain black pair. Something like the destroyed denim, I'd probably treat differently.
     
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    I have 3 pairs of 15.5 cm's and machine wash all of them. granted, I only wash jeans like 3 times per year, but I just put them in the machine on the delicate setting. air dry.
     
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    It depends on what you want out of your jeans. I soak my SL jeans in water for 30 minutes to an hour right side in and again inside out whenever it feels smelly/dirty/oily. They don't even have any signs of wear/fades so I see no point in doing a machine wash.
     
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    Thanks for the help guys. I usually soak all my other jeans in the bathtub for 30 mins. I'll do the same with my Saint Laurent's then.
     
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    Hi,

    Does anyone know what's the smallest Saint Laurent size for men? I own the classic L01 biker jacket in a size 44 XS, I thought 44 was the smallest size but I think some people have 42, do they make 42 XXS?
     
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    42 are likely womens
     
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    Thanks,

    Yea it's what I thought
     

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