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The Official Artisanal "streetwear" footwear (boots, shoes, sandals) thread (Guidi, CCP, Augusta, M.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by eckblk, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. sinnedk

    sinnedk Senior member

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    let us know when to pre-order :)


    Absinthe has a really weird taste to it, not sure if i like it that much. How about some Cognac or Whiskey :sly:
     
  2. splitsides

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    Now that you're all drinking, here's a deal on some LUC pants for SS to hold you over until wormwood gets his shop running. I'll do $325 for anyone in this thread, shipped USPS Priority (cont. US).
     
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  3. psydle

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    luckily for my bank balance, those are too large for me.
     
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    :cheers: pint of absinthe to everyone)

    I'm not only already take preorders, but will show few other fabric options for everyone PMed and will make first ten pairs within 2 months and fully sartorial, with your measurements and wishes)
     
  5. nahneun

    nahneun Senior member

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    how much for a pair? should i take this to pm or can it be shared freely?
     
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    Shrug, I could be wrong. But the mac imo naturally fits very boxy -- for my size L long mac if I hold my arms out the torso literally forms a box which makes it oversized in the body even if the shoulders fit and given the style there's no real necessity for the shoulders to be fitted.

    Honestly I don't find that PH varies that much sizing wise for me within the same model -- I wear XL in long/classic/norfolk/pocket blazer/double breasted -- all my classics and pocket blazers are a little bit tight in the chest if I'm at the heavier end of my weight range. The long and the norfolk and double breasted -- all of which are longer coats similar in length to the men's mac (midlength one) fit a little bit looser and more comfortably.

    My long mac fits slightly oversized allowing for some layering. I have a men's mac in size M and it fits perfectly in that its almost fitted without being too fitted -- so great in shoulder and chest while not being tight how it drapes gut/hips or whatever. It's fine to wear, but I think a size L would fit the intended aesthetic better.

    Nicelynice has a size M men's mac and is in between a 46-48. I dunno its a pretty versatile piece and given how you want it to fit you can buy a variety of sizes. I've even looked at an XS based on measurements before.

    It's less crazy than his pants though. I'm normally a 34" waist normally size 50. I think I can do all his pants sizes from XXS -> XL. But I think my sweet spot is size S or size M.

    Again, back on pants -- wormwood I might need to hit you up :) Your fabric game sounds next level :)
     
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  7. splitsides

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    I just double checked my measurement and the waist is 16, not 16.5. It's a TTS EU48/US32.
     
  8. psydle

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    #freethenipple
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  9. AlexanderTG

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    I am so in.
     
  10. sinnedk

    sinnedk Senior member

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    Ahahahah
     
  11. im eddie

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    Saw these on Ebay.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Psydle,


    That's hilarious. LOL!!!!!
     
  13. sinnedk

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    you planning to do this as a hobby or maybe become a designer?
     
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  14. cyc wid it

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    I want to try those LUC pants... not sure if I'm ready for this. @nahneun what say you?
     
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    you should definitely get them - luc pants are pretty great fabric wise and easy to wear. that price is great and mmm cotton/linen. just got the coated french tent linen pants from holger and they are fantastic.
     
  16. nahneun

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    you're silly for even asking, @cyc wid it.

    yes, yes, 100x yes.
     
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    Since we're talking pants, this reminded me of a point of confusion for me. I'm a EU46/US30. I'd love to pick up a pair of CCP dead ends if the opportunity came along. I've been advised by multiple owners to size up to a 48. However, according to this old sale thread (http://stylezeitgeist.com/forums/showthread.php?t=18909), a 48 equates to a 33" waist. Am I missing something here?

    Separate question: any suggestions for baller pants that look better with wear? I'm loving how my boots develop with more wear, hoping to find the same characteristics in pants.
     
  19. skeen7908

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    The thighs on all the ccp pants ive tried have been very tight
    And I dont have especially huge thighs
     
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    What size are you? I have some J pants that don't fit me as well as I'd like.
     

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