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What is your single most favorite article of clothing?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jet, Sep 24, 2006.

  1. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    It can be anything from a belt to shoes to a hat. I know everyone has a favorite come on guys.

    For me, it's gotta be my washed black margiela pants with the signature clasp.
     


  2. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    right now, it's my Paul Smith boots.

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  3. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Baltazar Maltese Cross belt. About 2 1/2 years old. Has developed great character. Adds some rock and roll to the most basic outfits.
     


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    My Nudies. First pair of really nice jeans I've ever had.
     


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    Hmm. Right now or in general?

    Right now I'd say my Dior 21s.

    In general, I'd say my 2 year old 201 repros.
     


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    Used to be a navy Jil Sander coat that I just sold.

    Now it's a pair of vintage 1960's zip-up ankle boots in beat-up brown.
     


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    right now, it's my Paul Smith boots.

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    Sweet...blackplatano approved...how much do those run?
     


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    I'm torn between my two Oxxford sport coats. The first one is sort of chocolate brown with extra fine blue and orange pin stripes, very fine gauge wool. It doesn't sound good but it's beautiful and fits me absolutely perfectly. It goes perfectly with jeans or khakis and nearly every shirt I own. I'm going to own this jacket until it falls to pieces. I love it. I wear it twice as often as any other coat I own and I always want to wear it more.
    The other one is a grey/tan/cream checked cashmere. My wife thinks it's ugly. It might be ugly. It is however warm and fuzzy. I spend the whole day petting myself. Goes well with jeans khakis or cords. I don't get to wear it for much of the year here in Texas. It turns out I'm a perfect 38R in Oxxford. They fit like I was the model they used to make the coats. I love those two coats but because of where I live I wear the lighter coat much more.
     


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    I'm gonna say a Margiela wool charcoal grey V-neck sweater. Great slim fit, the perfect length. Can be dressed up or down. Great for those days when you're in a rush and can't decide what to wear.
     


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    Right now I'd have to say it's my madras Engineered Garments shirt. It's bright, the cut is pretty nuts (the front buttons only go down to above the belly button, which I'm sure serves some historical purpose?), but it layers great and is pretty darn unusual for a madras. It'll probably change next week, but right now it's my favorite article of clothing.

    Gotta thank Fok for introducing me to engineered garments. Something about obsolete clothing manufacturing methods (upside-down pockets, triple stitched seams) is very appealing.
     


  13. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    Sweet...blackplatano approved...how much do those run?

    thanks. $550
     


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    at the moment i'd have to toss up between a calibre knit cardigan, a trovata plaid poplin shirt, or an older favourite - a stonewood+bryce bomber jacket.

    get smart - those boots are fantastic!
     


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    1945 canes. no question
     


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