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handmadeee.
too much pattern?
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nah, i like, solid color tie/scarf-like-thing would be too sailor girl if solid color. thumbs up.
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ss showing all you fools up
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happy birthday jkissi you've got some steeze for sure, always look forward to your fits.

Shell: just the right amount of pattern looks great, who made it?
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Julius
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Bondage Chair

Dig it, better picture would be nice though.
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handmadeee. too much pattern?
Pretty cute. Perhaps a bit busy, but it looks like you pull it off. Nice legs.
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Thread Starter 
if brown is, for farmer, what is, gingham?
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Early morn post .. PG nice man simple kixsfl dope my brother , see your footwear is up there now !
- FUK - just finally clicked your link, GREAT STUFF

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@PG Where abouts did you roadtrip to?
- the map I included pretty much covered it, Syd/Dungog area/Syd

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never really got around to posting this, was from a while back.
- very cool

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- great pic, you both look so happy & peaceful
- one day I would like to be able to have that skill

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handmadeee.
too much pattern?
- great fit & GREAT PINS
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Back to Topic Temp - 10c/50F, the cold front is creeping back after last week, still nothing like winter sunshine in Sydney Days Agenda - Monday, usual meetings, lunch with team & dinner with a great bloke Dinner last night @ my favourite pizza joint & one of the most authentic outside of Napoli.. None of this multi topping or deep pan state side SHIT! http://www.pizzamario.com.au/ Daily standard The start Let's DISCO! Frames Clear plastic - "Vintage Collection" Cutler & Gross Sun-glasses "Carey" TF58, brown TS - Tom Ford Scarf Blue cotton jersey - Yohji Yamamoto Sports Coat Cinnamon w sky-blue window check, S120 vintage St. Dupont cloth. 2B. 3 PP. soft (cardigan) construction - MFM Peter Lee #1 PS\t Pal Zileri Shirt White cotton PP BD - MFM Peter Lee Watch SS Ingenuier 3227-01- IWC Ring Sterling Silver "Intrecciato" weave - Bottega Veneta Bracelet Various Chinese Karma & friendship beads Tie Chocolate Wool knit - E. Zegna Pants Dark-grey Super 120 Wool/Mohair - MFM Peter Lee Socks Grey with random geometric patterns - Pantharella F/wear\t Drk brown oxford w swan neck, double sole & seamless back - "Gunther" Vass on U Last Bag Mud canvas w leather trim hold all - Bottega Veneta Pen Red "Giulietta" Alfa Romeo LE roller ball, resin - Delta Odeur\tOriginal Musk Blend #1 - Kiehls
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How is his stuff not wearable for 16-22 year olds?

It's less about it not being wearable for that demographic and more about the limited number of people in said demographic having enough guts to wear outfits that stand out so much. We all pretty much agree that Josh's fits are heads and shoulders above the majority of ones posted here. That's in part because he's regularly doing things outside the box (much as I hate that expression) that command attention from even people who sweat the small stuff when it comes to style (us). The average teen or college kid just isn't interested or brave enough to wear ensembles that for better or worse, are going to catch a lot of eyes.
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just turned 23 so I can rock the jkissi wear officially now
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^^^ love that scarf PG. Great texture. Looks like linen even though your notation says otherwise.
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PG

goddamn i just wish you wouldn't take so many pics...its all so contrived and overdone.

its just too crisp and perfect looking

i cant see your soul brotha--just your pocket book.
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kixslf thanks broother
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holycrap @ JKISSI being just 20. never seen someone have it down quite so early on
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happy birthday jkissi you've got some steeze for sure, always look forward to your fits. Shell: just the right amount of pattern looks great, who made it?
Thanks man your last shit was especially since I recently posted a the 'madras' article. I could of featured you on the post for a great example :d
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- FUK - just finally clicked your link, GREAT STUFF -
Thanks PG esp coming from you , Lol I just declared that I want to be the black PG when I get older aha except the pictures will be displaying 40 oz , half naked girls, and big rims!! lol Great fit though very clean , love the colors there if you're ever in NYC I have to see this in person
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It's less about it not being wearable for that demographic and more about the limited number of people in said demographic having enough guts to wear outfits that stand out so much. We all pretty much agree that Josh's fits are heads and shoulders above the majority of ones posted here. That's in part because he's regularly doing things outside the box (much as I hate that expression) that command attention from even people who sweat the small stuff when it comes to style (us). The average teen or college kid just isn't interested or brave enough to wear ensembles that for better or worse, are going to catch a lot of eyes.
You really got me there man, I'm constantly looking to do things outside the box, I appreciate the classic traditions but rather put my spin on it! Thanks man really appreciate the good words from everyone. Nice knowing people can do that.
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Going out:



As always, appreciate the feedback.
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