Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.
I might have found a quality jacket that fits waiting on confirmation of measurements
Gah!...How annoying is this when you're trying to buy something, though. I swear, every ad I look at is like, Comme on de Garcons, Junya Watanabe MAN! Don't be no Outsider with your Band! Buy this Sears shirt! (Not a Gitman).
Ive never seen that before, but if they are, thats got to be an oooold one.
I found some awesome stuff that way..
Found a Comme de Garcons Homme Plus shirt this weekend. It's a normal button down shirt except for it has button holes on both sides of the shirt and no buttons? I'm assuming there were some toggles or something that weren't included.
^^^ It might either have come with or might use a set of studs like a tuxedo shirt?
Still hoping someone knows something about this tag for Lubiam
Me too...I found that same thing awhile back, forgot to ask.
So I described the SpooPoker phenomen to the Moms and she spent a good half hour laughing at all the stuff Google images brings up.
(Not Spoo himself, just...related hijinks).
Lubiam doesn't make Lubiam?
This is made by Lubiam... Just want to know about the Duca Di Mantova line... Like their LBM 1911 line is a modern cut, soft shouldered line like Boglioli. Just wondering what the Duca Di Mantova is and why it's tagged this instead of Lubiam.
Oh ok! Sorry about the confusion, I will climb back into my hole.
I passed on a crazy lubiam sportcoat the other day.... hmmm. My inventory overstock seems to be harming my better judgement. Thrifting ennui is setting in.
Feels good to have your ass kissed, right Spoo?
Sure, if explaining something obvious to someone who apparently didn't get it the first go-round is ass-kissing. Which...it...isn't.
that was rude. and odd. but mostly rude.
It isn't a bomber jacket and it would be misleading and wrong to advertise it as such, shotgun or not. What about this do you not understand?
And by the way, I was not addressing you. I was addressing Spoo.
Separate names with a comma.