content: considering getting my first items altered.
i find it hard getting bottoms long enough to fit properly and i vary between wearing xs and s in tops, i'm too tall for xs but too thin for s.
i'd probably be bringing in some new basics from clo/uniqlo, a few shirts that i like and a few pairs of trousers over about a month. i can get jeans and business suit trousers that are long enough no problem, but always fall short with casual trousers and jeans.
i've never done it before. don't know what to look for in a tailor, don't know how much it costs, don't know if i'm doing it right. am i making a good call? is it dumb to get something from h&m/cos/uniqlo/aa/gap etc altered? or should i save it for when i get designer stuff?
I have pretty long legs, a rather short torso, long arms, and i am quite skinny. so what happens is that a sweaters in medium are about right in length, but the sleeves are not long enough. but large is too baggy.
so w2c sweaters that actually fit? i have one from dansk bomuldskompagni that fits great, but they don't sell them anymore.
probs late on the trend but I'm looking for alternatives to these kind of colour side-paneled pants.They don't have to have a print nor do they need to be "dressy" and no lanvin pls
What are some interesting pants that aren't jeans, chinos or sweatpants.
I need to diversify.
Raf 2012 chain derby which are sold out
if you enjoy the chain detail on derby but can't find/afford the raf's
If I wear 7,5 on Stan Smiths, what size should I get NBs 420?
Should I just go cop black instead? I just am tired of wearing vans.
I own both black and grey variants of similar Adidas, and the grey work better than the black. Nothing wrong with black, but they're very generic(and they actually look worse with wear, oddly).
should I get these?
I really need 1 comfty sneakers
Are all the different kinds of t-shirt at American Apparel cut differently? I got some in a sale and each one fits like shit in a different way. The mainline ones are a bit long but fit well in the shoulders and body but one of the ones I got fits like a square and is wider than my shoulders but the sleeves are short enough that they stop in the same place as the regular. It's really weird. Is it intentional?
can i get a price check on these in uk 11 / us 12 / eu 46, preferably in 8/10 + condition.
I only ever bought two items from them. A hoodie and a longsleeve henley. The Henley was size S but fit like an XS (I'm tiny and it was skintight) so I wanted to compensate and ordered the hoodie in M and I was swimming in it.
size? is pretty standard, found them here. http://www.size.co.uk/product/vans-sk8-hi/051924/
would highly recommend the xtuffs over the normals tho, much more practical for the same price.
So I want to buy nice effay boots
The sticky is good but I do have a question about work boots
They're not like fragile and totally for loons right? I mean, they are actually work boots and I can go outside in potential mud and water and whatever and not worry?
how do i go about making pants into shorts? i have a pair of old levis cords that have no taper and want to convert them into shorts. i feel like just cutting them off will look terrible and fuck them up
Similar situation to OP, I like Uniqlo's stuff but the sleeves are always too long. Compared to anywhere else I've bought from, they expect me to have gargantuan arms. Extra Small coat? Sleeves go past my knuckles.
Other brands seem fine, so I'm wondering if this is a Uniqlo thing that others have had problems with before. It doesn't seem worth it getting a few cheap basics altered.