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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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    Yeah burgundy ones are better. Shade of blue is not very good.
     


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    fuck me, i guess i'll return the blue and exchange it for the burgundy lol. thanks for the input gentlemen. [​IMG]
     


  4. nahneun

    nahneun Uncle Nephew

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    i like the grey wool better but maybe because it's cold outside...and it seems soft
    It really just depends on what you need in the wardrobe, I think they both look great. I have plenty of Wool greys so as much as I like them, I am not going for them. I have the navy canvas in mind though as the material looks good.
    I have charcoals, but no greys or navys... I honestly prefer the texture and feel of wool, but I really like the midnight navy shade, which is making things difficult [​IMG] I would buy both, but I also want to get a button down, so I don't want to blow an extra 150.
     


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    dear nahneun,

    since you asked me to comment on this, here you go.
    screw canvas. this is ervell? his jeansy pants have a weird fit anyway, but maybe you like that skinny shit. get gray wool. i can't comment on the fit of his "formal" pants, though. it seems like in trying to reinvent the pants cut, he swings from having ones that are very wide to ones that are very slim (summer/winter jeans). never handled the trousers, no, wait, i have, at sample sales, but they always struck me as kind of peculiar, like some kind of banana republic cut. YMMV

    this is my beef with most designers, though. i'll gladly plunder their knitwear and outerwear, but pants are super hit or miss, and too basic an item to be moonlighting around with
     


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    dear nahneun,

    since you asked me to comment on this, here you go.
    screw canvas. this is ervell? his jeansy pants have a weird fit anyway, but maybe you like that skinny shit. get gray wool. i can't comment on the fit of his "formal" pants, though. it seems like in trying to reinvent the pants cut, he swings from having ones that are very wide to ones that are very slim (summer/winter jeans). never handled the trousers, no, wait, i have, at sample sales, but they always struck me as kind of peculiar, like some kind of banana republic cut. YMMV

    this is my beef with most designers, though. i'll gladly plunder their knitwear and outerwear, but pants are super hit or miss, and too basic an item to be moonlighting around with


    sounds like i should just forgo the pants all together [​IMG]
     


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    just buy something from my sale thread and call it a day, baby.
    -your friendly neighborhood metallic knit provider
     


  8. nahneun

    nahneun Uncle Nephew

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    just buy something from my sale thread and call it a day, baby.
    -your friendly neighborhood metallic knit provider


    Just need a pair of pants, santa [​IMG]
     


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    [​IMG]

    I'm kind of considering this. Problem is that it's $125. Should I or shouldn't I buy at that price?

    Material is flannel-ish.
     


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    Should I get a black shoe that's not a formal shoe. I'm thinking about these.
    http://www.blackbirdballard.com/Blac...ird_18817.html



    yes but black non formal shoes pair funny depending on the type of bottoms you like to wear with. you're probably gonna have to cuff AND stack some raw denim on those, or stick with non-dark color bottoms
     


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    Should I buy the Ralph Lauren academy coat in navy?
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    Paired with this messenger bag:
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    What do you think?
     


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