Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
Not everyone can pull off what Crangi can.
Phillip Crangi in a vintage barbour, swag and style.
do you know what nikes those are? they look fun to have around
same, i like the hat in fact i've been looking for a plain wool cap for awhile
funny how some think the more you spend = stylish ie lane
Yeah, I'm not a huge fan of any of the particular pieces but the fit overall is p good; if he lost the hat and nikes for boots it'd get really dull really fast
i dont think that, but it would help to upgrade from hanes son.
no idea, i've seen them before though and I don't remember what they're called
I didn't want to believe you were as dumb as you look but I haven't worn hanes in about 6 months but even when I did it didn't matter, well, because you're you.
And you don't have to respond to every single post like last word regis you little insecure guy who can't wear his precious ninja gear at school out of fear lulz.
Jesus jet isn't it a little overboard to suggest he should spend money on cosmetic surgery instead of RO and julius?
Indeed, has anyone on SF gone through cosmetic surgery?
they can look good, and are really useful if you live in a damp climate. the problem is that very few barbours are fitted, by SF standards.
my best wax jacket is from uniqlo, far inferior quality but really good fit.
I'm setting money aside for a plastic surgery fund, it should be ready in time for my 35th birthday (0).
Too late for me now, but still interested in better options.
The new Lifestyle line seems to have slimmer sleeves and a more fitted body, btw.
Too large a wardrobe, particularly when I'm generally wearing suits 4-5 days a week,. I went on a spending spree when I finally got my weight down from really fat to still pretty flabby. I like experimenting with clothes, but I bought a fair bit that in hindsight I wouldn't buy now. I've eased off buying much over the last couple of months.
Nice fit on the jacket.
With the classic Barbours, the problem is they're designed to be roomy enough to be worn over a tweed jacket and/or thick sweater. It's when people size down to avoid the chest/shoulder width that the problems with sleeve length occurs. There are newer more fitted versions, but these tend to come S,M,L rather than 2" jump chest sizes which can lead you to be between sizes...
Thanks, MoK. That makes sense. I tried an International, and with the right shoulder size (IMO), the coat was on the short side (probably due to the model itself as well). I haven't seen or tried a coat from the Lifestyle line yet.
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