Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Feb 28, 2007.
Baller, @Canstyleace. Andover and...cinch (?) from what season.
Worth saying again: baller
On the topic of old EG styling, I found this post from 2008. Still have the shirt, still wear it regularly (and nothing else in any of the pics). Still the only EG piece I own...
and yes on both, iirc those are fw09 (or maybe fw10?... hard to keep up)
@Superb0bo Striped jacket Post O'Alls?
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
Ser bra ut. Odenplan?
thanks mikey, mbaum, @m4gdelen4 those are FW 13 cord fatigues.
i'm really liking the floral chambray this FW season. i'll post up a fit some time soon.. have been wearing it a lot!
ughhhh, need more floral in my life!
nice roll of duffle
Here's how I rolled into work today:
SS14 // Baker Jacket - Navy Poplin
FW14 // Round Collar Shirt - Blue Dobby Chambray
FW14 // B1P Pant - Olive Moleskin
what's the pin on your lapel?
x post from WAYWT. khaki bedford (old, unsure of season) and patchwork indigo scarf from ss14.
@nickp I love the B1P pants. Very interesting design. Do you know if they're available in black moleskin? Also, any chance of a close up of the fabric? Cheers
Hi Shingles (still not seeing the tag button!)
Can't take a detail shot now but I can say the only thing offered in Black Moleskin is the Bedford - I actually asked Nepenthes earlier this season. No pants at all in it, which is a shame because I'm sure it's an amazing fabric.
and mike868y, it's of Pikachu.. in a courier outfit.
@nickp if you quote a post with a tagged user, you can see the structure. It's:
[ @ ] username [ / @ ]
without any of the spaces.
@Shingles You could always do a black overdye.
Thanks. That's a shame :/
True. Not very tempting to do that with a brand new garment the first thing you do though. Am actually thinking of dyeing my olive cotton twill Matt pants though, cause they're just over a year old and i've got so many olive pants. Is it easy to succeed with it or is it quite tricky to get good results?
With black dye it's straightforward. I've had it where I didn't add enough dye and it ended up one shade lighter than black, which still looked good. Olive works well with it because the stitching won't take the dye and it's not very pronounced.
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