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So, where to find men's capris in store?

masshi

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I'd prefer a physical store (and even moreso something not obscure), but if you only know of sites, then that's fine.

Anyway, anybody know where to find men's denim capris?

I got an impulse urge to get some after remembering this picture of a guy dressed ultra-casual. I thought the look was really nice (unfortunately, forgot where I could find a link).


The outfit I had in mind was:

- wayfarers (clear)
- generic black blazer
- t-shirt (can't decide between this white one with big words on it or just a plain, white v-neck)
- the aforementioned capris
- Puma suedes (red)

http://a712.g.akamai.net/7/712/225/v...18164901_z.jpg

- no socks


Think it'd look cool? I'm pretty skinny, and I think that I'd be able to pull off the "manpris" look, but we'll see I guess.

(Also, I'm new as you can tell. If I'm doing something wrong, please tell me. I searched the capris threads already posted, but none seemed to be helpful in actually saying where you could buy them).
 

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your easiest bet is to just buy some jeans and get them hemmed into manpris. you would gain street cred for being ironic by wearing manpris yet being totally serious by getting jeans altered in order to do so. heads will explode if you do his to a pair of selvage jeans like APC and you walk around SF or bike around (on your fixie, duh) with your manpris slightly cuffed to show they are indeed selvage.
 

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capris and pumas huh... yikes...
 

Master-Classter

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ah yes, the ol' "generic black blazer". Love that one. Spring '06 collection right?


OP, lurk a little more and read around. A lot of the info you want it probably here already (or you'll quickly assimilate to our style and realize everything you own needs to be tossed). PS - sorry for the snark. when you've been around as long as I have it's all that's left. Get thick skin, stick around, and you'll benefit.
 

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Yup, living in SF you have access to many great operations that offer chain stitched hemming services (Selfedge, AB Fits, etc). So do that ?
 

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Hrm kinda low to be classifed as a manpri no? Not really my bag, but glad you figured it out
 

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FUCK

what is going on this this thread?
 

KitAkira

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Don't listen to these losers, capris are great.
 

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Originally Posted by Uncontrol
GET OUT
WORDS IN ENGLISH ARE NOT MALE OR FEMALE. ADDING AN M OR MAN IN FRONT OF A WORD DOES NOT MAKE IT MALE. God DAMN, I hate people so much. And this idea is fucking horrible you'll look like a fucking tard. When you have to ASK how to pull off an "edgy" style, it means you're not ready.
\\ Red pumas are crap too, I owned a pair like 3 year ago, WHAT WAS I THINKING. I donated them.
 

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