Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sinnedk, Jul 12, 2014.
wool or cotton astaires? i'm worried about the upkeep on wool...
Doing a partial item trade and wanna know market value. Price check on a FW14 drkshdw bomber in black size small? Worth $650 USD in flawless condition?
This one here
I have the exact same one. I paid $600 for mine. Idk if that helps you.
I have these & its not as out there as most people think, Its quite easy to wear them with any jeans. They actually doesn't look much difference to any other Geobasket. One really good thing about it that they always look kinda new, you never get creases. This photo was taken 2 days a go, I had them for a couple of years.
this may be just my opinion, but IMO the boots ride up too high to wear that kind of loose pant.
Similar problem to the guy above, but I'm 5'6", am I too short to wear RO bomber and Rick stuff in general?
if you're skinny perhaps not
Wool. Upkeep is pretty simple, actually. I like the little wrinkles they develop. They look better that way, imo.
Anyone have any insight as to the details of the tops here? Trying to figure out which Rick pieces could pull off this sort of slouchy-ness.
do u dryclean?
Cashmere sweater and cotton shirt. I believe he says it in that interview. He also has about 30 of the same outfit in his closet. The tops are easily found, the bottom layer looks that way though a combination of heavy washing and photography. I've always wanted his shorts. they are custom. the closest are the anthem cargo shorts, but his are less severe.
yea I think that's the FW cashmere top he always wears, apparently super comfortable
Anyone have experience with the bone intarsia from Ss15 faun?
OVERSIZED COTTON-JERSEY T-SHIRT
OVERSIZED SHORT-SLEEVED COTTON SWEATSHIRT
Are they going to be substantially different weights? Ive handled the heavy T shirt, and like that weight.
The end of season sales got me thinking about adding some more Rick leather to the collection.
Has anyone dealt with the SS15 blistered lamb Geo?
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