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post #104326 of 109053
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
 

It's so ubiquitous as to barely be a trend anymore.  To put things into perspective Yoko Devereaux had them in the mid 2000s, and there were some Margiela versions before that, though the style of garment was not well known.  I think that "sweatshirt" jerseys may cease to exist, but we are going to have sportcoat-cardigans for at least a while longer.  There were a lot of different takes on them at Pitti Uomo.. Basically, they are easy for guys to wear with jeans (a lot easier than a more structured, woven, blazer), and a relatively inexpensive cut-sew. so there is incentive for designers to make them.

 

What's wrong with them? I have a cotton thing from Club Monaco that was $30 that's somewhere between a blazer and a cardigan that I wear all the time. It's really easy to wear & looks good, which honestly is what I look for in a garment. I have trouble pulling off a real blazer in a lot of settings where I can wear this.

 

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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post


One of my pet peeves is people, who wear sweats outside the gym and their own home.

 

Meh, who cares what others do? Some of my favorite people just wear gym clothes 24/7

post #104327 of 109053
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post


Meh, who cares what others do?

I just thinks it looks retarded, especially when people wear those oversized everlast sweatpants, I also dislike people who spit on the ground etc. (often the same people.)




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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post


Yeah I don't get it, especially the extremely expensive Japanese sweatshirt things. Something about "loopwheel"?


I have a $200 Nike loopwheeler sweatshirt I wear at the gym. shog[1].gif
post #104328 of 109053
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

Everyone's all about that athleisure

Athleisure is normcore though. It's all about healthgoth.
post #104329 of 109053
i love athleisure, but you need to actually be in shape so as not to appear like a lazy fuck
post #104330 of 109053

... RIP "Maison MARTIN Margiela"... Welcome "MAISON MARGIELA". They chose to drop "Martin" :( ...

The same way Hedi dropped Yves from the iconic YSL.

I can't stand this fuckery. I don' care for the "evolution of the brand, new market, blablabla".

It kinda makes the ancient lines (Maison Martin Margiela and Yves Saint Laurent) "dated". For instance, The YSL items lose their re-sale value and become instatntly "vintage" even if it was just made 2 years ago...

Am I the only one noticing the renamed brands make the items made under the previous brandname lose their value?

post #104331 of 109053

I'll wear my Saint Laurent and Maison Margiela in the Willis Tower.

post #104332 of 109053
Seahawks holy shit
post #104333 of 109053
I hope y'all were watching that football game
I just had PRK surgery and my eyes are about to fall out of their sockets but DAMNNNN

DAMN

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post #104334 of 109053

As much as I'm angry at Bostick for dropping that onside kick, I can't imagine the crap he's gonna get over the next few days. So many blown chances though...

post #104335 of 109053
If anything the blame falls on y'alls coach, that game should have been a blowout in the first half - so many chances on 4th and really short. Regardless that was a ridiculously entertaining game that we probably didn't deserve to win
post #104336 of 109053
I can't believe what I just saw.....
post #104337 of 109053

Yeah, a lot of blown chances to win it, not just with the Bostick play. That's just how the game goes sometimes.

post #104338 of 109053

 

Maybe its just Nudie but it seems like i see these shoes a lot when I'm looking for jeans online. What do you think about them? I dont even know what brand they are..

post #104339 of 109053

random question that's been really bothering me, why do some designers/stores, self-edge in particular, measure thigh width from 1" below the crotch rather than at the crotch, while others, BiG/blueowl, measure from the crotch? I've come to the conclusion that the difference in thigh width is about 0.5", is this accurate?

post #104340 of 109053
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

What's wrong with them?

nothing

and @Ingenuity92 those shoes are whatever: the contrast sole popular last year/2 years ago on a shitty-leather brown ptb
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