What Are You Wearing Now/Today Part I

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Mar 26, 2005.

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  1. poly800rock

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    Thought I'd layered up too much this morning when it was 50 degrees... but it was about 27 on my way home, so thank God I did.... [​IMG]
    it's fucking freezing now in philly sauce.... don't know if you know about this place or even if these brands fit your style, but there is a cool new shop up in olde city called deep sleep. They're trying to do something new in philly and trying to move philly ahead in the clothing game. some of the brands are more street than i've ever seen you wear or I wear for that matter, but stop in and take a look around, they seem to be good people and trying to help out the sad state of clothing in philly....they are getting apc eventually...and are in talks with a bunch of other brands now.but now they have check it out. 54 north third street. 215-351-9124 WED-SUN 11 to 7 -name ribbon -fucking awesome -call of the wild -wesc, -uarm (mhi arrives next week). sorry for the blantent spam...but i don't know where to put it and there aren't too many people from philly on this
     
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    STUSSY x NEW ERA cap
    TEMPRAS t-shirt
    STUSSY shirt
    STUSSY jacket
    APC jeans
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    He's in Japan... he speaks Japanese, reads Japanese. Some people prefer the no-hassle option and he will mark it as a gift.

    Also: the model on the Rakuten site is wearing a Medium and he's 176cm, 58kg.


    And how do you know this?
     
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    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    I like the touch of white with the shoes there, sauce. Are those purcells?


    Tiranis, how come the peacoat was 220CAD? It says 5800 yen, but then 16000 with tax. Also, how much was shipping. I'm thinking the large might do me pretty decent. I was wondering if it'd be $135USD+shipping or the $40USD and if 2000db could get it for the lower one and then ship. Not sure how japanese taxes work. I love google translator though: "Material: Wool 70%, Polyester 40%."
     
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    Tiranis, how come the peacoat was 220CAD? It says 5800 yen, but then 16000 with tax. Also, how much was shipping. I'm thinking the large might do me pretty decent. I was wondering if it'd be $135USD+shipping or the $40USD and if 2000db could get it for the lower one and then ship. Not sure how japanese taxes work. I love google translator though: "Material: Wool 70%, Polyester 40%."

    Heh, sorry, screwed up a bit there. It's actually 200CAD, the shipping was 3600 Yen. So as follows:

    15800 Yen - Standard price
    790 Yen - Tax
    3600 Yen - Shipping
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    20190 Yen - Total (Roughly 200CAD)

    2000db won't get it cheaper, but he will mark the package as a gift thus you will avoid any taxes in US, for sure. Otherwise they might charge you, depends. I really don't know, the customs didn't charge me anything...
     
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    Is the peacoat shipped from Japan? Did you had to pay any duties or taxes on the coat?

    Damn, I don't think they're selling the peacoat in a small.


    That's not exactly a peacoat, if I recall. What's the correct term for that? I think j. knows.
     
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    Whatever it's called, it's cool...
     
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    it's fucking freezing now in philly sauce.... don't know if you know about this place or even if these brands fit your style, but there is a cool new shop up in olde city called deep sleep. They're trying to do something new in philly and trying to move philly ahead in the clothing game. some of the brands are more street than i've ever seen you wear or I wear for that matter, but stop in and take a look around, they seem to be good people and trying to help out the sad state of clothing in philly....they are getting apc eventually...and are in talks with a bunch of other brands now.but now they have check it out.
    I was actually there this Saturday, briefly. Not too much stuff right now--mostly WESC that I saw--but it definitely has potential. APC would be awesome. Location is nice. Do you know if they have plans to open the upstairs as well? Seems like they might be a little tight for space. Anyway, it's good to see something new in Philly. It's sad that we're in the fourth largest city in the nation, but Izzo is about as good as the men's scene gets.
    I like the touch of white with the shoes there, sauce. Are those purcells?
    Vans, Old Skool.
     
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    vintage dior v
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    That's not exactly a peacoat, if I recall. What's the correct term for that? I think j. knows.
    It's a short bridge coat.
     
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    Coat looks perfect on you CMF

    today:

    Paul Smith argyle sweater
    Jantzen white shirt
    Levis
    Grinders

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    ALEXANDER MC QUEEN CARDIGAN-10 CORSO COMO
    HANES TEE-TARGET
    ACNE-HTC SANTA MONICA
    JORDAN 4-EBAY
    VUITTON-GIFT
    RPM-45 BELT-RPM 45 NYC


    Love it, man, though personally I'm not feeling the shoes. Shemagh + cardigan is great, though.
     
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    That's not exactly a peacoat, if I recall. What's the correct term for that? I think j. knows.
    Inapt calls it a peacoat.
    Whatever it's called, it's cool...
    Heh. Want to make us a domestic version? [​IMG]
     
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