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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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    you gotta fuckin tuck those things mang!!!
     
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    well the picture was just to see if it looked ok with the pants over.

    I ordered a size too small so I returned, but idk if I would have kept if they were the right size anyway..
     
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    Thanks for steering me away from the path of douchiness (for now...); I'll pick up some heat-tech whenever I get around to dragging my lazy and non-NYC-visiting ass to Uniqlo.
    That's one of those beers I like more out of the bottle than on tap. On tap, it always tastes too sweet to me. 75 minute is great, if you can find it (I think it's draft only).
    I feel like they knock it out of the park with some of their regular beers; the India Brown Ale is a great combination of hops and darker, roasty malt, although it can taste a little brown sugary if it gets old. It pairs pretty well with plenty of food, I'd say, as long as it's a little more substantial than fresh fruit or a salad or something. A good cheese beer, too, like with an aged gouda.

    Most of their experimental beers - big bottles like Black & Blue or Red & White, the "ancient beers" series, &c. - are interesting, but not in a way that I'd want to drink them.
     
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    Did you size down on those Margielas, thatoneguy?
     
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    ya i sized down from GATs size and ordered my side zip size but I should have ordered GAT size

    I think sipang made the same mistake
     
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    Shit, looks like I won't be able to get it now. I was going to go with my side zip size as well.
     
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    I fucked myself with these: bought wrong size, could not put jeans over them, disaster across the board. Returned.

     
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    you serious? they didn't fit you and you sized down one? I wish MMM fit same as GATs with my sidezips :(
     
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    aww sheeit the search continues. those shearling pieces are sick

    there are now fit pics of the unused coat - those sleeves are way too fucking short unfortunately :(.

    maybe ill just get some baller ass knit and not bother with a coat again this year...

    black doma boiled merino cardigan sold in 44 on lncc :(. where else can get 44 in doma stuffs?
     
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    What's the appeal of a white cowboy boot?
     
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    You could get Glow in the Dark Wings II at around that. Personally, I'd give them a pass
     
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    Why couldn't you just tuck it or wear jeans with a wider leg opening?
     
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    I like that
     
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    thoughts on this margaret howell tweed blazer? as against the EG winter weight jackets or perhaps the cabourn mallory... (the big advantage being that i have tried this one on and liked it, would have to proxy the EGs as not readily available in the UK). it also seems to be less boxy than the cabourn, from what i've seen of that.

    http://www.margarethowell.co.uk/sho...2-jacket-derby-grey-double-raised-tweed-small
     
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    I think the Mallory is more interesting but I like this.
     

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