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The worst with good clothes:   Farm Tactics  A Kind of Guise  Death to Tennis   The worst with the worst clothes:   Shades of Greige/ Grey Hood By Air  Been Trill Brooklyn We Go Hard  80% of Yoox brands Any heritage-lite brand that uses "dry goods", sundries" , supply co."    The best:    nonnative  Nom de Guerre Nanamica Aether
nah, he's messin with you...vb stands for vera bradley, a well-known menswear designer
Miran trolling Hirsh...I think we're at the bottom now.
Gator decks were awesome, the Natas decks were always my favorite growing up         Only owned a Lance Mountain. Gullwing trucks. Slimeball wheels. Practiced ollies all day until the sun went down. So rad. 
I think there's too much going on here: Cropped biker w/ zips, OCBD, pleated pants with agressive taper, chunky shoes. They're all cool pieces individually (dat Dries esp), but aren't working together. Especially around the waist, makes you look bigger than you actually are. Either replace the button down with a plain white tee with the hem just below the jacket to break it up a bit...or change out the bottom for slim straight wool pants with a nice drape. 
Dont change Regis...   Margiela was made for you, you were made for Margiela   Symbiosis acheived
Real nice. Are those Rod Lavers gumsole or the United Arrows espadrille ones? 
I know for a fact that a "Made in Italy" tag means you're always buying a garment fatto a mano by an old-world skilled artisan who sits in a 16th century stone cottage nestled into the Tuscan hillside, early morning sun streaming through the windowpanes...     http://www.thedailybeast.com/witw/articles/2013/08/20/chinese-workers-trafficked-into-italy-s-garment-factories.html
Sounds like a soft sell for NMWA...haha, j/k. Your "more clothes" approach is more than reasonable. If you only own 10 MMM pieces forever or a sprawling clothing storage archive - ultimately, clothing here is a hobby and a hobby should be fun, no matter the approach. However, I'd contend that this (growing a wardrobe) gets harder to do with a wife, a preschooler and toddler, all with whom I regularly negotiate space with. 
I guess more than anything, I hate having stuff I dont use or wear...selling it off is a way to justify new purchases.    I also realized the size of my wardrobe is largely a function of the physical place I have available to store it. It drives me crazy to store off-season items or rotate it in multiple locations in my house, shuffling bins around, etc. I want everything in one place and to serve multiple purposes. Not, "Oh, the only time I wear these pants is with this...
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