Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by weirdnjfan1, Nov 21, 2006.
fabric on the new oxfords is much nicer than the previous. fit is better as well.
I had some mediums that fit well, but I think I'm gonna have to go up to a large and maybe just get them tailored because the arms were a bit too slim.
edit: I don't know why I just posted that. I read it after posting and it's just me basically thinking out loud about information irrelevant to anyone else.
I would buy US small, as this season runs larger. I am 5'10" 145lbs and I found the XS just too tight. US Medium will be too big.
My 2 cents about the oxfords, they're not really designed for be wore untucked, this season at least. I am 5'7 140 and an Asian medium on me runs a bit big, they fit shoulder wise but everything else is pretty non-slim, I might have pretty wide shoulders through
Did T000 ever come in selvedge?
how does the non +J suiting fit? is a L consistent with a L in shirting.. ie: huge?
There are two different cuts, and even then the premium wool suits fit different from the tasmanian wool suits.
if i'm a sz 30 in APC petit standards, can i do sz 30 for the +J tapered trousers ?
The new easy exercise shirts are the most comfortable tees I've ever worn. I'm seriously considering living in them come summer.
The downside is that they have the tribal racing stripe grids for what I assume are nonsense marketing reasons, which makes you look ridiculous in any indoor setting. I'm kind of depressed about it.
er, its "undergarment". how to wear it like normal cotton tees?
i think they are looking to compete with the nikefit tights that are all the rage.
How are the denim colors of T000? They make a dark one that will semi fade? Looking for some denim with a bit of spandex, just incase I gotta knee someone in the face
how does the cheapest suiting fit? the $99 stuff on the site. and the regular vs the slim fit? sorry for questions, but need a cheap suit.
I'd say go true to size.
Teger why not just go with +J? Its $30 more for the blazer.
I have a large regular non slim fit herringbone jacket. It's a pretty good fit, nice soft shoulder construction and slightly smaller in the shoulders than I was expecting, which I prefer. The body is not slim but not terribly full and has a traditional suit length, so I will need to take in the body and shorten it for casual wear. The button stance is still pretty high like +J, but not as extreme. I'd say it's good for a 42, not much more. Smaller than large shirts
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