Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
post body fat percentage please.
Would instakop at ≤ $400. Possibly two pairs if both black an blue were available. Provided they were button-fly.
Most of these TOJ leathers have gussets in the back. Look through the TOJ gallery and you'll know what I mean. You'll be fine.
ceoceo, Drew said that the trouser hem will be unfinished so you can just take them to any tailor and get them hemmed to your liking. I think I might try a trouser cuff for the first time and a half break, lol.
Curious about the TOJ denim and what kind of next level shit you can bring to the game.
11% last time I checked... 2% last time I posted in WAYWT.
Awesome! Thanks for you the info.
should've put anaconda in the shoulder gussets
I love trousers with cuffs, especially medium grays for some reason. Asked for it on my suit, tailor forgot
Lol! Fuck, you didn't think of that earlier. You get anaconda under the collar too?
Yeah, reddobandito, saw a few of IST66's posts recently in the MC WAYWRN thread and dayuuum. People say they make your legs look shorter? Meh....I don't have enough height to lose.
I think the cuff v. no cuff choice comes down to the cut of the trousers, how you're going to wear them, &c. (e.g., if you're going to wear chunkier footwear, you might want a cuff to add some weight and ease the transition from hem to shoe).
on the subject of denim, are there any plans for a possible black denim?
asked for it but didn't get it. idk why. maybe logistics
I think if you get the break just right (ie no ankle flash), a cuff shouldn't really have a shortening effect, although it'll sure as hell look a lot better on tapered trousers (my suit trousers have a ~7" hem)
Oh most definitely. That's my one big gripe about cuffs. If the hem is too big, it'll look really old fashioned.
Not sure if you've seen this already and it is part of a suit but this is what really sparked my interest in cuffs (a post by IST66):
Peacoat has arrived.
love that one button cuff
That collar gets me every time...
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