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  1. Denim Stores In Australia

    I could probably do that, no worries.
  2. Denim Stores In Australia

    I'm down as well. The last couple of 'denim gatherings' that I went to last year were pretty fun.
  3. He could also just have a long torso
  4. Stevenson Overall Company

    Haha, Chris Pickings from Pickings & Parry in Australia, modeling for the lookbook
  5. Denim Stores In Australia

    I picked up an Attractions Henley, really loose knit jersey that will be pretty good as a base layer for the cooler months. I should give it a try in the summer too though.
  6. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    After being super impressed with both of my Loop & Weft tees that I bought last year I insta-kopped the two new henleys that just went up on Okayama Denim https://www.okayamadenim.com/collections/new-restocks/products/loop-weft-lrh1020-egyptian-cotton-swedish-military-knit-s-s-henley-deep-ivory https://www.okayamadenim.com/collections/new-restocks/products/loop-weft-lrh1018-double-breasted-s-s-henley-oatmeal Picked up the Egyptian cotton one in Ivory, L and the San Joaquin cotton one in XL
  7. Land of the Lowrising Sun

    I thought this topic was going to be about low rise jeans. I am glad that it was the opposite. I have similar issues to everyone here. I have a 32-33" waist and I will not go below an 11" rise and I really prefer 12" or higher. I think that the back rise is even more critical than the front because I hate it when jeans or pants are pulled down at the back when I sit. I have a relatively full seat for my height and weight. Therefore, I go by a total rise minimum. I have found that the absolute lowest total rise that is comfortable for me is 27". My minimum front rise measurement is 11", as long as it is accompanied with a back rise of 16" or greater (but preferably more). My minimum back rise is 15" and I've found that only works for me if the front rise is 12" or higher. Some examples Stan Ray USA Fatigue Pant Tapered Fit, Size 31: 12.5" front rise, 15" back rise Chad Prom Linen pants, size 3: 11" front rise, 17.75" back rise For the hips I can fit into a minimum of 19-19.5 across the hips, but it's really tight and that affects the comfort when walking and sitting. I think my hips ideal fit is 20.5"-21"
  8. Warehouse

    Warehouse has a new stockist in Melbourne, Australia in Lieutenant & Co, a store that just opened today focusing on 1930s-1950s workwear garments. I popped in today and saw they had 800s, 900s, 1101s and probably other models in stock along side a few brands that I hadn't heard of before - Attractions Co. Ltd and Dappered(?) https://www.instagram.com/lieutenantandco/
  9. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    The hardness of water will drastically affect how stiff something is when it comes out of a soak or wash. Here in my current city the water is hard. We have filters on the sink tap for drinking and most new homes probably install a water softening unit for the house. Stuff comes out of the wash stiff as a board, even knit t-shirts unless I spin dry it, and/or or use a softening agent in the wash/soak. I can't wait to move to a city with soft water again, I hate hard water for washing!
  10. Warehouse

    The photo on the website of that item does have a line through the middle of the garment but it's not as obvious as that one you got
  11. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    After a few years of wearing only selvedge denim jeans, I recently bought a pair of Chad Prom jeans made from a mid-blue washed turkish projectile loom denim, and the jeans had a further garment wash. A pleb I may be, but these beat the shit out of all of my other jeans for comfort and fit. Will post a fit pic soon - these have that illusive sufu drainpipe fit!
  12. Denim Blunders, Reflections and General Nonsense.

    I don't generally buy anything that doesn't have 27" or more total rise length. 11" front is fine with a longer back rise, and 15" back rise works with a 12"+ front rise.
  13. W. H. Ranch Dungarees

    The wait time for Equus Leather is pretty long, but they communicate the wait quite well. That said I think they have 1-2 employees working on customer service stuff.
  14. Loopwheeled/Vintage T-Shirts

    Grey and green aarch shirts I forwarded this on to aaron, he said that if he wants to customize the design or fit of the dubbleworks shirts, the minimum order quantity goes up significantly. He's doing mother of pearl buttons for the longsleeve henleys instead of regular urea ones though.
  15. Vintage Sweatshirts

    After unfortunately learning that the Warehouse 404 Freedom Sleeve sweat in Heather Grey is sold out in 38, I'm now looking at picking up the Stevenson Overall ELS Cotton Loopwheel Sweatshirt, which also features a textured heather gray marl and has freedom sleeves. Does anyone have one of these, how is the fit / fabric, how much shrinkage etc ?