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Foxy2

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  • Gender
    male
  • style
    bespoke
  • attitude
    obsessed
  • location:
    Moscow - Berlin - Small Isles
  • wish i was in
    Scotland
  • denim
    size 33
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  1. Denime

    got to take picture of PSA's Denime Lee set that I purchased recently: 71-94-0077 - bottom 178-56513 - top
  2. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    very nice!
  3. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    to clarify - we are talking yarn-dyed indigo tees here - I also have a garment-dyed tee or two from brands like SDA, etc... the PBJ's have been around for a while and should be well established - the pattern is a bit more specific and maybe not up to everybody's liking. the Stevenson is excellent in weight, cut and fit. my FC's are more in the lightweight category, but IIRC they've done heavier indigo yarn-died ones in the past... The Samurai is more like a lightweight sweat shirt. Warehouse is my go-to for mid-weight, heavier tees - great knit fabric and cuts (set-in sleeves and raglan, with or w/o pocket) - you can see the colour of the worn one on the right, the new one is underneath. so, Warehouse & Stevenson are my preferred choices at the moment in regards to specialty tees from my little selection. obviously, this is all very subjective and the main issue being specific fits and measurements of each brand working for your body type and comfort or not!
  4. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    A quick picture...Stevenson, Fullcount, Samurai, Warehouse and PBJ on top.
  5. The Flat Head

    Don’t forget to opt for PayPal payment...
  6. Denime

    I quite like the inner line stitching and the proportions of it! my favorite being the Joe McCoy 901:
  7. Denime

    for the collectors to buy multiple pairs as an investment!
  8. The Flat Head

    sizing down 1-2 sizes won't slim down the legs significantly, but get you tighter fit (and shorter) in the top. for a slimmer look I would recommend switching to a different model. they look just fine for this model and the way it's supposed to look - personally, I would probably size down 1 in order to have them fit better in the waist.
  9. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    looks more like Andy Warhol - just saying...
  10. Pure Blue Japan

    couldn't resist! can't imagine living in a climate like Florida - I escaped central European summers by relocating to Russia for work. the summer here can be hot, too, but things are much more moderate here. well, that's excluding winter... only managed to get that jacket soaked so far. it is still super stiff and would need to be broken in in order to make it wearable. I don't expect it to fade in any significant way, but the texture of the denim and the overall color is rewarding enough. maybe I'll manage to get it to soften a bit and mold to my body this fall.
  11. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    that would be Warehouse - FC also does one every other year if you like things to be less heavy... Stevenson did a nice one recently, too.
  12. Pure Blue Japan

    #6081 is a beauty - not getting around to wear mine. try googling pics for PBj 6081 and you get to see a handfull - a member over at IHUK did get one early last year...
  13. Samurai Jeans

    thanks for the reminder - need to put some wear into it now that the fall season is upon us - maybe pics towards the weekend...
  14. brief & easy - only missing info's on Chinese ELS cotton varieties and some remarks on the aspects of GMO in regards to all these types...
  15. Studio D'artisan

    yeah, looking forward to that as well - there should be at least one interesting pair in there for us. maybe PSA gets inthere as well with an additional spin... good news regarding the roping of your hems!