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. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    Anybody have any experience with SPURR's dress shirts? fit/quality?
     


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    a perfectly mediocre boot for a perfectly mediocre guy

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    I am just looking for some nice beater brown boots. i like the wingtip details and the brick/white vibram soles. the other two i may just get them topy (?) for a non-slip sole. i'd wear them with navy pants or faded jeans with knit/jackets and button up. simple and safe? (something mellowfellow could wear(?))
     


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    a perfectly mediocre boot for a perfectly mediocre guy

    d e a d
     


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    let the games begin gentlemen
     


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    Anybody have any experience with SPURR's dress shirts? fit/quality?

    quality is quite good imo, fit is kinda similar to boo, definitely tighter in the chest. i can wear boo xs but can't even button spurr xs
     


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    Quixotic Well-Known Member

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    Hmmm, now I am rethinking this whole thing.
    Is it easiest to just go to a tailor and pay to have my measurements taken? I know basically where I fall, but I'd like to have something exact. Should I tell them I prefer slim fitting clothing so they don't take measurements for boxy fitting outerwear?
     


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    a perfectly mediocre boot for a perfectly mediocre guy

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    you guys are killin me
     


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    needs cigar shot
     


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    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    dayton rider, assuming the discount still applies


    nah mate those may as well be redwings or something. only get them if you actually ride.

    a perfectly mediocre boot for a perfectly mediocre guy

    i understand what this is in reference too, and fair enough, but it comes off a bit strong.
     


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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    nah man for real. he's gonna be stylin' all over his corporate buddies
    man you really thought that's what he was saying? come on, go to CE if you want to take the worst possible interpretation of every post as their real thoughts
     


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    silent: [​IMG] or shades of grey for 100 less? [​IMG]
     


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