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post #51 of 476

Hows the quality of all saints clothing on tees/shirts compared to diesel? 

post #52 of 476
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Better quality in shirts. Same in tees.
post #53 of 476
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Better quality in shirts. Same in tees.

I would disagree. Quality of All Saints Clothing is pretty bad, tees loose shape after just couple a washes so are Shirts, buttons fall off, metal buttons fall off, of Denim/Cord shirts. Leather shirts are pretty bad with buttons too. Its all from my personal experience.But the price you pay compare to Diesel ;) thats the big difference. You can buy 2 shirts for the price of one in Diesel, and All Saints has 3-4 time more of a selection in every department that diesel makes.some shoes are great, especially boots, but again not all.Some leather jackets great but not all. I think winter collection is where All Saints shine, winter coats, trenches peacoats,leathers.

post #54 of 476

Some out of my wardrobe, I'm not gonna pull everything.

 

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post #55 of 476
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Well the jersey tees fair the same as any I've come across, some of diesel ones couldn't even wait for the wash to be misshapen but the allsaints graphic tees fair better than diesels ones. As for the buttons on shirts, that happens on all shirts that are made from coarse materials like denim or corduroy, I've had to stitch buttons onto diesel, g-star and allsaints shirts alike. Some of the fabrics that allsaints use shouldn't be washed in a machine though, like the Japanese loomed shirts too delicate. But I will agree with you on the winter collection, wool coats and leathers are where allsaints really shine.
post #56 of 476
Well,I think that all saints is picking up in europe and us but kinda fading out in uk!!at least as not as big as it used to be:)
post #57 of 476
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I agree, the uk has always been on the cutting edge of fashion and England likes to be ahead of the curve.
post #58 of 476
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I agree, the uk has always been on the cutting edge of fashion and England likes to be ahead of the curve.

Hi, i wear size medium for my diesel t-shirt, sometimes small, what size is better for me for allsaints?

Also, what you think about the line Ramskull, i like this 2 shirts.

Thanks.

 

http://fr.allsaints.com/men/knitwear/allsaints-code-merino-hoodie/?colour=107&category=589

 

http://fr.allsaints.com/men/knitwear/allsaints-code-merino-v-neck-jumper/?colour=107&category=589

post #59 of 476
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I would say go for a small. And the merino range is quite light and thin. Perfect for layering and quite luxurious. The thread count is quite high.
post #60 of 476

Oh man,i had a bad experience with those merino jumpers.they are nice on,but very thin and get ripped easily.

 

btw i just bought a pair of cords for £22. can't beat that, huh :)

post #61 of 476
Thread Starter 

Allsaints Chinos

Allsaints lex shirt

T-Shirt from a Muse Concert

River Island Chukkas

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post #62 of 476
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Also bought two tops from the new season,

TRINITY TONIC CREW

Never saw myself wearing stripes but here you go! Lovely light jersey with thin black stripes. Perfect for layering.

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SANDRINGHAM POLO IN HICKORY

With the current trends lending towards burgundy being THE colour this season I'd be foolish not to grab this. Added to the fact that it's so rare for allsaints to do colour at all! This is a great heavy polo in pique cotton given a rich maroon dye which has been washed out to give a lovely burgundy colour.

700

 

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post #63 of 476
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Allsaints Chinos
Allsaints lex shirt
T-Shirt from a Muse Concert
River Island Chukkas


Those chino's are amazing!
In general I must say you've got a great style overall Phukette icon_cool.gif
post #64 of 476
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Thank you Ramirez! I can't remember if they are the growl or pipe chino. They were I sale recently, my bro picked up a pair for like £15!
post #65 of 476
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A few more of my favourite looks from the latest additions to the lookbook.

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There's also this, I'm not sure I like it but there is something about it!! What do you guys think?

http://www.allsaints.com/men/spires/allsaints-spires-blazer/?colour=89

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post #66 of 476

the coat on the second picture look really cool

post #67 of 476
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post #68 of 476

Very nice Phukke :) i like that 1st stripy tee.!

post #69 of 476
Allsaints newbie here.. I must say, this brand gives me an amazing good feeling!

Think I'm going to try some knitwear, since these do look luxurious! My size for Diesel knitwear is Small, should I stick with that?
Got my eyes on these:

http://www.allsaints.com/men/knitwear/allsaints-hitch-cardigan/?colour=811&category=522

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post #70 of 476
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Stick with your diesel size bro. And post pics!!!!
post #71 of 476
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Today,

Allsaints Pipe Chino

ASOS grey marl T

Allsaints Sorely Shirt

River Island Ankle Boots

post #72 of 476

Great outfit!

 

How do you find the length on those? They seemed to come up a bit short on me -- and your 5cm taller if I'm not mistaken, plus it looks like you have them cuffed.

post #73 of 476
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I must've been lucky. Theyre a little short but they look fine over the boots. They are tight though!
post #74 of 476

I got my Edison Blazer back from the tailor. Had the shoulders narrowed, back tapered, and sleeves shortened.

 

Unfortunately, they couldn't get away with shortening from the top without making the armholes unmanageable. This left the cuff buttons quite close to the edge.

 

Which brings up a gripe about Alsaints jackets... their long sleeves combined with surgeons cuffs make alterations a pain. I have to REALLY like one of their jackets now in order to get one.

 

Anyway, let me know what you think of the fit...

 

 

 

 

post #75 of 476
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The fit does look a lot better aahz. Maybe you could consider getting a size smaller to get the desired fit? That's what I do.
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