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post #46 of 62
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I was thinking about this t-shirt from Morphine Generation... But then I noticed the stupid stupid premade holes in it... Premade holes in jeans I can sort of understand, but a couple of spins in the washing machine and this shirt's finished...
I'd be embarassed to be seen in something like that, not to mention that it seems to be far too tight-fitting. Not to mention that the whole skull-incorporating motif design thingy is getting a bit tedious. I remember seeing some Diesel sweaters a year ago with prefab holes in them. I really honestly thought they were a victim of a vicious moth attack and even alarmed the store slerk to that matter. No wonder they were in the clearance section, I should have known better.
post #47 of 62
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I'd be embarassed to be seen in something like that, not to mention that it seems to be far too tight-fitting. Not to mention that the whole skull-incorporating motif design thingy is getting a bit tedious.
Both points, so true. First off, yes, we get it. The skull makes you a badass. Ooohhh, rebel. Second, tight tees work best you are skinny and angular, or in good shape but not muscular. Do not wear tight tees if you have the gym rat look. It just makes you look either like a tacky gay clubber or like Simon Cowell. Both bad.
post #48 of 62
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I just got an email about Trovata's spring sample sale. It's in Cosa Mesta and I am in Chicago. Anyone going to make it out to it? On a side note, what exactly do they sell at sample sales? Is it just remaining samples from that season?
post #49 of 62
Do you know the date? I may be going out this summer, and I could time it around this.
post #50 of 62
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I want to say june 12-13th, i'll have to dig it up and let you know.
post #51 of 62
"Save a horse, Ride a Cowboy"
post #52 of 62
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Not to mention that the whole skull-incorporating motif design thingy is getting a bit tedious.
Impossible.
post #53 of 62
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The skull makes you a badass.
Exactly.
post #54 of 62
That Stitch's stuff looks absolutely god awful. Let is be known, however, that I am FOR the fitted shirts.
post #55 of 62
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I want to say june 12-13th, i'll have to dig it up and let you know.
Crap, I go to school right down there, but I am stuck in Idaho for the summer. If anyone goes, want to pick me up some stuff?
post #56 of 62
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yea, dido to that.
post #57 of 62
My personal favorite t-shirts are from the BSD[SF] 2005 spring/summer line. Whenever I wear one, all the slutty punk rock girls want a piece of me. You can buy them here http://66.170.193.77/cgi-bin....41;st=0
post #58 of 62
Slutty punk rock girls? I'm there.. two of each. Those are really cool designs Brian, I might have to get one.
post #59 of 62
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Two other cool t-shirt lines I just found are Imaginary Foundations (imaginaryfoundations.com) and Riv04 (riv04.com). I don't know if any of you saw that new show on Vh1 called Strip search (not that I would ever watch it.), but the host had on a flying burrito shirt that I really liked from them.
post #60 of 62
No, no, not a cheap plug at all.
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