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  1. seem to have been listening to a lot of mellower stuff in last weeks - some might say there's not a lot to it, but you could equally say pretty dreamy. And like Double 0 said above - give it a little time for the beats to break...
  2. That’s a very nice selection @chicote wasnt sure what that first one would be like with that picture - he looks so slick @freshwater - I never knew what that Mental Qube track was called - so cheers for that
  3. well if we're posting dance classics then does this still get some of you? - the piano drop on this still brings happiness tears to my eyes when it kicks in
  4. love being able to hear all that everyone posts here - even the stuff I don't like
  5. Chris T

    Happy jeans: TCBxSufu S40s WW2 contest thread

    big congratulations @buler. Who'd have thunk I could cross this occasion so early days from my card
  6. those are some warm lush tracks above - not quite as lush but similarly unloud. I cant remember where I found this but refound it recently
  7. Chris T

    Happy jeans: TCBxSufu S40s WW2 contest thread

    thank you too @roomtemplacroix ..I will mull over...
  8. Chris T

    Happy jeans: TCBxSufu S40s WW2 contest thread

    this is vv minor but could you just remove one of the t's to change my name to Chris T - no delusions here
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    Happy jeans: TCBxSufu S40s WW2 contest thread

    Thanks Broark - I wondered the original Levis models for these years would be the same shape wise (?) - while appreciating they are made from TCB's/Warehouse's own interpretation and specific pairs they're working off.. I remember it said the LVC's ww2's were too slim in the thighs but don't know how slim that was... From a future possible jeans - . Its interesting the Warehouse 1946's are trimmer as that topbloc shape is often the widest and unsurest part of Warehouse (maybe the different size tho) TCB S40's have one of nicest fits for me - not having the hip flare (bad version) I can get when I go for a baggier pair of jeans I actually was after a baggier fit in them than they turned out - but its a happy accident
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    Happy jeans: TCBxSufu S40s WW2 contest thread

    Hi @roomtemplacroix - how do the TCBWW2's fit compared to your Warehouse 1946's? - are they pretty similar in what you like and are less keen on? They both look good on your pictures..
  11. Chris T

    Happy jeans: TCBxSufu S40s WW2 contest thread

    ^ @Uncle Karl - very nicely worn And more cute cats:)
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    Denim books

    I did get the jeans book - thanks for sticking your neck out a little and recommending it despite the price @Dr_Heech. Its a lovely book - and it really is fantastic to have the collection of old jeans' pictures in a book as opposed to seeing them online and then them vanishing into the ether again... I have an old Lightning mag of vintage jeans (also was pretty pricey actually)... and that I found brilliant for showing the details and the blues and shades of whites and wear - and I still look back to those. It was also looking at some old pictures of chore coats and their colours from threads on here - posted by Mr Broark and Mr Bartleby and others (thank you very much) that also persuaded me to order the book, as I find the look of some old denim so amazingly good - wabisabi eh.. Agree the info is brief but still nice to have - (and in English too..) I'd not opened it when it arrived (saved it for the weekend after busy workweek) so I'm still to look at it more closely - really looking forward to that.
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    Happy jeans: TCBxSufu S40s WW2 contest thread

    Thanks @Jared Lee - I know you carry off look - and im liking trying it
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    Happy jeans: TCBxSufu S40s WW2 contest thread

    Well not sure what this photo of what I'm wearing to the shop will do then ..Its not what I would wear that often as usually looser- but was going with the tucked in look people have tried with the WW2's. Am still trying different sorts of turn ups to decide what like best...not sure yet...
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    Happy jeans: TCBxSufu S40s WW2 contest thread

    We haven't been anywhere for ages but got away to Morven by Mull across in west Scotland and were lucky to get some real sun and atmosphericly calm rain. Colours very autumnal and the open look to distant hills algae a sense of being somewhere else.... Don't usually go for grand houses but our cottage was on the estate of this one and it looked dramatic due to its wooded setting at the end of small loch. The overgrown wet wooded hillside wild garden has paths and steps and gives off that romantic sense they loved to create in the 19th century The tower house was built 17th century I think but modified considerably in Victorian era to how it looks now. I think these types of buildings look stunning throughout Scotland - the colour of this makes it even more appealing no?
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