Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
d'oh, I missed that.
Can anyone explain the difference between lamb and beef burgers? Also, are washed lamb burgers still available?
washed lamb burgers
blistered lamb burgers
All black Harrington...so nice.
Save the handbanging for after the fit pic
... but can I have caremalized onions?
If you don't have extreme confidence in your measuring skills you should go the measure an existing jacket route. Otherwise you risk measuring turmoil and obsessive emailing and then you get a bad fit because you over thought it. Assuming the orderer is armed with a tape measure or 3 measuring sticks taped together, this route should be fool proof. If I was abnormally sized (more people probably think they are than in actuality) I may go the measure the body route. If you don't have any faith in your abilities to complete the measurements (lol) on an existing, good fitting jacket, then call in a parent, roommate, friend....just a second set of eyes to read the instructions and pull the measurements.
there's a middle ground here, fellas. all mtm clothing companies should offer a certain amount of communication regarding sizing, even if it's redundant. also, all people ordering a mtm garment online should expect to be fairly self-sufficient- it's not the same thing as going to a tailor.
Also, don't over think it.
There is no "perfect fit". It's unattainable. It's a mirage. Even jackets that look perfect in a fit pic--the person will probably tell you one or two things they might change.
The closer you get to "perfection," the more nitpicky you will get, we're talking about fractions of an inch here.
cardinal red harrington arrived today
i just threw it on and took some super quick fit pics, too hot to actually wear it. the shoulders look a bit big in the pic, but it fits perfectly
yep, i'm a 37" chest and i stuck with a 46
Agreed - fit looks good. I know they're zipped to show the fit, but I think without question both the anniversaries look better unzipped in the wild.
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