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18-10-2004
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I think I can get it for around $43 or more I'm still thinking about it but I've pretty much decided if I can get it for under $100 then I'll get it I mean I needed a good denim blazer cause I have a denim jacket but it's well.. I need another one!

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i like it, but i agree its a bit young looking.

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young what do you mean? I'm 16.. I'm lost

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I'm trying to get a dark-color blazer which would go with my jeans and tailored pants also.
I've looked through magazines and some said faux-fur blazer from gap would be a nice choice, which I slightly disagree

any suggestions?
(I don't care on-line shopping!)

you can just post what blazers you have

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D&G has some nice, affordable, fitted, and comfortable blazers that can be worn casual or a bit dressier.

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Bluefly has some lovely ones, and mostly the prices are reasonable

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Theory.

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30-12-2004
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Slim cut blazer
I need to own at least one slim cut, fitted blazer. I'm a bit tight on the money so Dior Homme is out of the question- who else has slim silhouettes that can be found at more affordable prices? thanks.

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Balenciaga has quite a slim cut, but its only slightly cheaper than DH.
Helmut Lang is quite a bit cheaper I believe.
Your best bet might be ebay/yoox or having one tailored.

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Vingtage Yves SaintLaurent. People think that YSL is all flared lapels but Yves actually did some le smoking for men with really thin lapels and tight cut (I suspect this may have been one of Hedi's inspirations).

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I agree with Prince. I have an AMAZING vintage YSL suit that fit me perfect off the rack at Goodwill. I've bought tons of blazers at thrift stores this year and either tailored them myself if it wasn't too difficult, or had a professional do it. I have a tux jkt on today that I bought for $1.95 and had tailored to fit me perfect for $50 bucks. Plus, you'll have something truly unique. If you don't want to go that route, J Lindeberg makes fantastic suiting for the price (typically $350 and up).

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sounds like a great idea. what do you tell the tailor? and how do you go about finding a good tailor?

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Costume National or Helmut Lang are worth a look, but I don't think they are as slim as Dior Homme (I can't wear Dior Homme, but can wear the other brands).

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my husband just bought a Helmut Lang blazer that has a quite slim fitted shape. it's affordable too.

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men's blazer
i wasn't really sure where to post this, but i'm looking for a men's casual blazer, all black, and preferably with verticle white stripes (?). i saw one earlier this season, but i can't remember where.

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