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Is this shirt wearable?

post #1 of 36
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What do you think of this shirt (forget about the jeans whcih really don't belong there)? That's definitely not trad and not suitable for the office but is it completely unwearable? Is this kind of shirt only for 19th century dandies and freaks (I have just watched Michael Jackson's Ghosts in which he wears such a shirt).
post #2 of 36
Even the gayest man ever would slap you across the face for wearing such a shirt.
post #3 of 36
The Seinfeld episode on the "puffy shirt" captures my sentiments exactly.
post #4 of 36
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Even the gayest man ever would slap you across the face for wearing such a shirt.
Pitiful is the person who cannot humor others without being racist, sexist or homophobic.
post #5 of 36
does the first guy have a penciled or inked in unibrow thing going? as to the question, those shirts are a bad move. pirate fashion was never in. that was the point of the puffy shirt episode....
post #6 of 36
Yeah policy, go wear some pink socks or something.  Incidentally, you get banned from ankandy or something? Novaguy -- am I to presume you prefer Ninja fashion over pirate fashion? Where the hell did you find that shirt anyway alchimiste? Richard James did a formal shirt with small ruffles a few years ago; even then it was pretty unwearable except on the tragically postmodern.
post #7 of 36
I made a bunch of those for a broadway show. I don't even remember the time period it took place in. But not this century or the last. Carl
post #8 of 36
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Novaguy -- am I to presume you prefer Ninja fashion over pirate fashion?
ninja fashion is always in....  
post #9 of 36
"But I don't wanna be a pirate."
post #10 of 36
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Pitiful is the person who cannot humor others without being racist, sexist or homophobic.
A)There are different kinds of fashion for gay males and straight males. If you dispute this, go to your local gay bar. Assuming you have one, I find many people that toss around words like racist and homophobic tend to live in isolated caucasian, straight burgs like Berkeley where it's very easy I'm sure to pretend that everything is homogenous and kosher in the universe. B)Hey, even you see that there was humor in my statement.
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Yeah policy, go wear some pink socks or something. Incidentally, you get banned from ankandy or something?
A)Pink Socks are cool. B)No, I'm browsing AskAndy right now, I just really prefer the bulletin board that SF uses over the really bad one at AskAndy, and everyone from AA posts over here anyway so it's not as if I'm missing out on something by not posting there.
post #11 of 36
Time to move to Streetwear . . . I think some of the guys there will like it.  
post #12 of 36
I can finally start dressing like a pirate with the first shirt. In my opinion, everything is wearable. i wear what I like and don't care what others think.
post #13 of 36
A better pirate shirt: Thx Urbanoutfitters.com
post #14 of 36
Pffft. Amateurs.... http://www.piratemod.com PirateMod Gear and Plunder for Seafarers of Yore and Pirates of Today
post #15 of 36
Grounds for beating/ridicule.
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