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  1. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    ^nice. love that colorway...
  2. ^Best mistake I made in some time was impulse buying a MF skivvy a couple years ago. Now that my previous, cheaper tees need replacing I'm facing the dilemma of ponying up for more skivvies or trying something like Lady White. Buying them directly from MF in two-packs gives you a modest discount, but they're still $68 per shirt with shipping.
  3. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Keep washing, Volvo! Those horrible creases build character.
  4. Sugar Cane Denim

    ^cool. Nice to see the oki/hawaii side-by-side and get a look at how much different their tone and shade truly are. cheers.
  5. The ugliest Jeans in the world thread.

    ^Perhaps with a more moderate silhouette I could get on board with the lobster pants. How about these examples, then?
  6. The ugliest Jeans in the world thread.

    Sad to say it, but BiG is increasingly becoming a purveyor of high-end ugliness. Just one example among many...
  7. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Went to Milwaukee, of all places, for the first time last week (for a wedding). The city's downtown has some wonderful gilded age architecture, a great art museum on the shore of Lake Michigan, and a variety of interesting eateries, bars, breweries, and things to looks at, but hardly any people. It's a bizarre little ghost town that seems devoid of the younger urbanites that have caused (helped?) other metro areas across the U.S. to boom at an almost unmerciful rate. Part of me want to buy a downtown condo as an investment and just wait... The Milwaukee Art Museum: Duane Hanson's "Janitor"...not as famous as his tourist sculptures, but the outfit is probably more our speed. me, tcb 20s, ranchman & life partner refracted by a Larry Bell glass installation Some great little brownie cameras (i.e., Kodak x Teague collab) 20s
  8. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

  9. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Anybody else not seeing @FreeCharlesManson's pics?
  10. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    I'm still here! I've been totally occupied with wrapping up the academic year, conference travel, and moving into a house (after almost 20 years of apartments) at the beginning of May. My 20s and a tcb 30s hat in the usmc herringbone have served as my yard work, gardening, and home repairs uniform. I'll post a more robust update soon, but for now just a teaser. Cheers, all!
  11. @garden gnomes in space I've had a practically-bulletproof SDA unlined 19oz. duck jacket for the last 2 years that still has tons of stiffness to it. Unless I start actually doing more robust work around the house in it, I suspect it will stay that way for another couple years at least. It's the one piece I own that reminds me how buying heavy duty repro workwear can get a little silly if you're not actually doing any heavy duty work.
  12. TCB

    @MJF9 these look great! Nice work.
  13. Happy Jeans - Tcb 20s contest thread

    Omakase @ Shiro's in Belltown is one of my favorite Seattle stops. You can also hike north along the western shore of Lake Union up to the Fremont neighborhood, which has an awesome basement-level vintage mall, Blue Owl Workshop, Fremont brewery, a bunch of other shops, coffee spots, and eateries, as well as both a rocket and a crazy Lenin statue in the middle of town. The Gas Works are pretty neat and worth checking out if you're up that way, too. You can actually hike a whole loop starting from Lake Union Park, if you're really up for a full day's hike (I find the community of floating houses on the eastern shore fascinating).
  14. Sugar Cane Denim

    @tchengaa Looks good. The hip flare and room across the lap/seat will settle down a bit with more wear and as creases develop. That said, I would recommend cuffing higher so you eliminate the break; the legs will drape nicer. Check the cuffs on @julian-wolf's hawaiis just above, for one example.
  15. I think Berkeley Supply in Denver was aiming to offer chain stitching at one point, but I don't know if it ever came to be.