Should I or shouldn't I buy... (clothing item)?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kronik, Jun 25, 2008.

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  1. coldforge

    coldforge Senior member

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    link?
     
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    yes^
     
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    That is nice. I've already got a navy linen blazer though, and plus the one I posted is like, 80/20 cotton/linen—and I appreciate the brighter blue, too.
     
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    jet Persian Bro

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    ^ third one for sure

    On saturday I played with both the Junya and NC ones and the NC is really a great piece. I'm sure the middle tan one (nanamica?) is phenomenal though. I'm just not feeling that khaki color
     
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    I like 2 and 3 much better than 1, and I'd say 3 is the most interesting, but I also probably wouldn't listen to me.

    I also liked both OL blazers. First one is maybe more cardigan-ish.
     
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    jet Persian Bro

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    you guys passed the test i posted the first one to confuse you all

    i actually like the khaki of the middle one though the 3rd is most interesting, questioning its color versatility with the shit i have though among other things (don't want more than a medium weight) so i need to handle them first
     
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    nahneun Uncle Nephew

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    I like 2 more than 3 tbh, but there are some parts of the jacket that are unnecessarily busy
     
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    V definitely do the Cabourn, I wish those Junya Mackintoshes fit better, so nice.
     
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    Our Legacy 3 roll 2 blazer in English Cloth
    It would be a light blazer for S/S. But I'm concerned that the weave might be a little too distinctive: [​IMG]


    yes
     
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    http://www.mrporter.com/product/300429

    I know they're expensive as hell, but I'm dying to buy leather pants.

    Any recommendations besides these? I'd appreciate your insights!


    I like how they look, but for the price that you have to pay....... OH MY LORD!
     
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    ^I'm also on the fence about that particular texture. I have an OL blazer though and can say that they do use some incredible fabrics for their suiting.



    curiously, I found a picture of that TBS model outside of the studio:
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    i saw a video on selectism, i was surprised to learn that hes the store manager as well[​IMG]
     

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