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Completely agree with you about Stone Island, Armani etc connotations. I'm not into the tennis stuff either but I do like Adidas Originals track tops and got about a dozen pairs of various trainers. I wouldn't mind the odd piece of Ellesse or Fila though. There are some nice bits, but the days of being completely covered from head to toe are long gone. I am completely overloaded with polo's though, I've got far too many. I've got it in my head now that the unopened...
 Yeah, the baggy loose fitting stuff was a bit of a travesty. The hair was even worse. Luckily I grew out of both!
 Nah, I'm in south Wales. Originally from near Watford in Hertfordshire. The name refers to a brief flirtation with a certain 'fashion' that was based around a music scene up Norf  (interesting how some of us dressed like twats while a couple or so decades earlier kids of the same age dressed so smartly etc that's another discussion though). Thankfully, I don't wear loose boot cut jeans anymore. The casual bit refers to more of a terrace style (without the fighting) that...
The car was great, lots of compliments while driving it. Slightly uncomfortable on long drives, loud engine and exhaust all added to the experience. Shame you can't drive too fast in a lot of places these days with all the cameras and restrictive speed limits (wouldn't be surprised if I end up with six points on my license). Can recommend Vintage Classics in Melksham where I hired it. Relatively expensive but you get a great 300 miles per 24hrs (plus extra £1 per mile) and...
Just seen the Mikkel Rude Aviators and really like them, but torn between the lens colours. Was actually looking to buy a pair of 3025 Rayban Aviators to replace my cheap replicas but I think these look really elegant. Am very tempted. 
Can't go wrong with those suggestions. I think I will give the desert boots a miss though, at least when I am driving. I have a pair that give me terrible blisters and get really sore after a while. I think the plan will be suede trainers for driving, boots/shoes put on before getting out of the car in as subtle a manner as possible.
    I will be driving one of these in a couple of weeks (Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV) but what should I wear with it? I don't want to disgrace the car!
Bargain of the century!  They are ridiculous prices on-line in kangeroo. £100+
This is a bit tenuous but came across these classic trainers from the 80's. I don't think these are kangeroo leather though unlike the iconic originals. Diadora B. Elite. £60 on SIZE?  
Those "working class lads" would have been better off in the book club in my opinion. Most who went to Spain were recruited and sent to their premature deaths by counter-revolutionary Stalinist CP's. If they were fighting anything in Spain it was in defense of capitalist production and the state AGAINST the working class. 'Anti-fascism' is a ruling class ideology. It's worth noting that in WW1 the unions acted as recruiting sergeants to the inter-imperialist carve up and...
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