Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kronik, Jun 25, 2008.
Yeah, buy that knit.
I wonder how much money this thread has made (or lost) for retailers out there.
http://www.yoox.com/item.asp?tskay=3...6EP&sts=&dept= Is this too big for an everyday bag? I do not carry a laptop, so the height of the interior doesn't bother me. But as an everyday bag, is it too big/long/duffle-like?
Either or both of these two sweaters?
Going to buy a Saint James cap.
Should I go with the marine/ecru stripes: http://www.royalcheese.com/en/saint-.../3554-2-c.html
Or just a plain navy watch cap: http://www.royalcheese.com/en/saint-.../3541-2-c.html
If I go stripes, I'll probably pick up a matching scarf.
Is this too big for an everyday bag? I do not carry a laptop, so the height of the interior doesn't bother me. But as an everyday bag, is it too big/long/duffle-like?
I returned this one ... it's too big to lug around everyday, as it measures around 22" long if you take into account the pockets at the ends. It's also redder than it appears in the picture. I can see it for use as a casual weekender if you do a lot of road trips; I already have two bags for this purpose so couldn't justify a third one.
These: or these:
Been eying them for year, but in reality im mostly in need of some lined winter boots, and I guess Maltons will be chilly. Also, should get a suit sometime soon... But the maltons are gorgeous and fits perfectly with 95% of what I wear.
shibbel, first. I don't like the sole on those CPxEvisu joints.
First pair. There's no competition...
Looking for a new winter coat. Any thoughts?
That's the Geller bomber with the straps in the back, right? I tried it on, so cool. I'd get it if you have the money and need something like it.
26" pit-pit will be huge. Not to mention that the leather quality probably sucks. Why not spend the extra $50 or so dollars and get a TOJ winter varsity?
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