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Tellason 16.5oz Blanket Lined Selvedge Denim Jacket, Small NWT - Brand new and unworn with the only imperfection being a tiny crease from sitting folded for a while. Retail is $320.
Back Length: 25.5"
Todd Snyder x L.L. Bean Boots in Chocolate, Size 10 NIB - Brand new in box, only tried on once. Bought directly from Todd Snyder however they were too big for me. I would suggest going down at least a full size from your normal size as these run big. Retail $280.
Momotaro Vintage Label 0201 15.7oz - 32 - Bought these here on reddit about a year ago, I believe the original owner had them tapered. The fit wasn't right for me so I only ended up wearing them about 5-10 times, however at some point a small section (2-3") of the outseam came undone so I had them sent into railcar to fix it. Aside from that there is minimal visible wear and no flaws.
Tag Size: 32
Front Rise: 10"
Leg Opening: 7"
Loewe Anagram Layered Logo Appliqué Cotton Sweatshirt, Large - Very good condition with only some slight wrinkling from storage. I think I got this in late 2019 but can't remember exactly. The appliqués are a silk blend. Only worn once.
Back Length: 26"
Acne Studios Paco Stretch Cotton Drawstring Trousers, EU 46 (US 30-31) - New with tags, bought last spring and only tried on once.
Tag Size: 46 (US 31)
Front Rise: 12"
Leg Opening: 7.5"
Y-3 adidas Yohji Yamamoto Wide Leg Wool Blend Twill Cargo Shorts, Small - Brand new, purchased directly from Mr. Porter and only tried on once. They did not ship with a tag on them for whatever reason. Very oversized fit.
Tag Size: S
Front Rise: 13.5"
Leg Opening: 12"
Momotaro GTB Brown Canvas Shorts, Tagged 32 (Fits 30) - Good condition overall with the main wear being some scratches to the reflective GTB stripes. The fabric is an... keep reading on reddit ➡
Similar to a lot of other past posts, I spent a good amount of time considering b/t the small & medium. While most posts I saw went up to medium, I decided to go down to small. Not sure if that was the right decision but hopefully this post can help future buyers with their research and help me figure out if I need to size up.
Rogue Territory Supply Jacket - Lined Tan Ridgeline (Small)
Did anyone else get the Tlaxcala blanket jacket? I wore mine twice for less than 3 hours total & the entire sleeve completely unraveled at the seam. Wondering if this happened to anyone else?
Hi everyone! I hope this question is appropriate for this sub - I apologize in advance if it's not. I'm looking for advice on how to handle a vintage piece of clothing and haven't had much luck just on Google.
So my mom passed away about a year ago and I recently went through a box of some of her old clothes. In the box was a Levi's Big E Type III Blanket Lined denim jacket. I want to not only hold onto it but also wear it (for obvious sentimental reasons). However, since it's been sitting in a box for some time, I want to be able to clean it before wearing it. There aren't really any stains or anything, but to be honest I'm quite particular about the cleanliness of clothes and putting the jacket on straight from a basement box makes my skin crawl a bit. But the blanket lining makes it look potentially tricky to clean, and I'm not sure if I should just treat it like any denim jacket. And, perhaps obviously, I can't ask my mom how she used to handle it. It also has some tears around the seams by the cuffs and the collar that I want to look into getting stitched a bit just so the cuff and collar can be a bit more functional. I'm thinking I'll have to go to a tailor for this, but wasn't sure if there were any precautions I should take with the piece.
So, in short, two questions:
-How should I clean a blanket-lined vintage Levi's? Will delicate cycle in my washing machine be alright, or do I need to hand wash this?
-Do you think a tailor would be fine to go to in order to fix some of the tears around the collar and cuffs?
Thanks in advance for any help! :)
I truly love my weighted blanket as it really does help my pre-bedtime/falling asleep anxiety and eases my million thoughts in my head- but I was curious if anyone’s seen a jacket-version of it?
I realize it’s kind of a dumb question but basically a human version of the Thunder Shirt or a weighted blanket jacket is what I’m curious about. I feel like it’d be ideal since working from home my anxiety has gone up quite a bit and I take breaks to lay down with my weighted blanket which isn’t super productive for my work schedule but it’s needed.
I'm a bit slow on posting this but my office is about half-way through our annual jacket/blanket drive which benefits local homeless shelters and needy individuals. Every year we collect hundreds of cold-weather clothing items such as blankets, coats, socks, beanies (or tuques as we call them in Canada) in order to help our homeless community. We will be collecting item donations until Dec 11th.
They can be left in the box in our lobby or with one of our front-end staff. This year so far we have collected enough clothing and blankets to help out about 200 homeless people and we're hoping to gather enough in the next 2 weeks to help out 300 more.
Anyone who wants to drop off items to help out can bring them to:
811 10th Ave N.
Bessemer, AL 35020
Our office hours are 8-5 Mon-Thurs and 8-1 on Fri.
I saw this post from New Westminster Homelessness Coalition Society on their facebook page:
Now Accepting Donations of Women's Cold Weather Clothing
Elizabeth Fry's Maida Duncan Women's Drop-in Centre is in need of clean gently used winter jackets, warm sweaters, gloves, hats, scarves, neck warmers, socks and blankets.
Maida Duncan Women's Drop-in
Lower Level - 402 East Columbia Street
Hours: 10 am to 4 pm Monday to Friday
For more info: Drop-in: Tel 604-520-1166 Ext. 221
You can learn more about the drop-in centre at their website.
I do not work for Elizabeth Fry or NWHCS.
I just wanted to pass on this information as a fellow New Westminster resident, especially as the temperature has been dropping and we've seen some snow.
I was thinking of heading into the store on Lafayette Street but wanted to know from you guys first before the salespeople in the store exactly how warm the blanket lining on the WIP Detroit jacket exactly is. Any anecdotes or examples of how it kept you warm? Is it good enough to withstand the NY winter? Are there better alternatives?