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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
For the trouser any idea on what sizes will be available?
how well would a black DR or brown bomber go with a black CP achilles low, black APC PS and oxford or v-neck ?
Or should I look at getting workboots similar to dayton service boots ?
faux pas. get a black dr.
the DR goes really well with sneakers imo.
What the heck are do trying to get at?
Black with black, brown with brown. Black is a 'cool' colour, brown is a 'warm' colour. Basic rule of avoiding two very similar and dark, but fundamentally different, base shades. Only time that rule is relaxed is with natural veg tan belts imo.
what about a denim jacket of any/traditional sort?
Artishard you're selling your bcdr?! That's a crime dude, it fits you really well and it's a awesomely hip yet versatile jacket!
If I recall correctly Drew you are interested in adding products to your line. I am in contact with a sneaker manufacturer in Europe right now who has some options that can be heavily customized (read GATs). If this is something you might be interested in bringing to the masses, message me and I'll forward the details.
j/w but do you guys find your shirts too long?
do you guys have shirts for tucking and then shirts for untuck?
I'd buy GATs.
Don't dispair, I'll replace it with a new awesomely hip yet versatile jacket.
oh, it's definitely appreciated by a quiet few. the praise just gets overshadowed by talk of DRs and varsities. lets not blow up our spot, ya know?
sorta. Preferably the shirt is in that sweet spot where you can do both, but I do have shirts with overly long bodies that I reserve mostly for tucking.
Why was the baseball jacket discontinued? Every time one pops up on B&S it is gone within a day. I can't imagine they did not sell well.
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