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Definitely looking for something cozier + warmer. Hm.
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Originally Posted by Blackmaged View Post

attachment ma-1 looks awesome, but i'm gonna keep the faith and pray that the john coppidge x toyo MA-1 comes through redface.gif

don't be daft, get both. you can never have enough MA-1s.
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i feel kind of like an outsider on sf these days...i just don't really like ma-1s shog[1].gif
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

i feel kind of like an outsider on sf these days...i just don't really like ma-1s shog[1].gif

Why not?
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

The point isn't that they're dressed horribly. The point is that they're being posted because the fit into the bizarre golden-age nostalgia that makes up a fair number of "MC" (for lack of a better word) posters, who are focused on times when "Men were Men and Women were Women" without paying attention to any of the problematic social constructs that structure such a view, or the fact that said golden age didn't really exist. I make things up too, and I don't want to shit on other people's dreams or anything, but there's some really unpleasant shit going down in the HWYLAGTD thread. None of my fantasies involve catching women at inopportune moments with street vents blowing their skirts up around their ears, or bending over to pick things up - and I'm well aware they're rose-colored.
Every time I read the word "gentleman" I feel like I'm going to barf.

Some people just don't and won't ever get it, save your breath and keystrokes.
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

i feel kind of like an outsider on sf these days...i just don't really like ma-1s shog[1].gif

I like them well enough but don't see the reason for all the hype over the Attachment one. To me it really doesn't look that different from ones I've seen before. Then again I don't really understand why people so often flock to one item when so many others have it. You won't encounter these people in daily life but it still seems like it would get pretty boring if a bunch of users posted fits of these.
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It's a sleek, nicely cut looking ma-1 that's likely of solid construction given my experience with the brand. For some people that and the placement/execution of the detail makes it ideal.

I have a few ma-1s and even the ones with the more modern cut are kind of puffy... which you could say is the point of an ma-1.

But like a sleek puffer, when done right, it can be a big deal for some. It may tempt some that have never been into ma-1s before and that has a certain cachet.

I recently bought a denim jacket where I was a self-avowed hater of all denim jackets, but this was perfect for me and made me want one. It expanded my horizons in a way and that's something i value.

Some people get excited about the perfect pair of indigo jeans. Shrug. Though I'm sure bandwagonism/groupthink bears some responsibility as well.

Plus its Japanese, this attachment ma-1, and Japanese shit is cool
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Clothes Brush:

Probably the best purchase I've ever made for my wardrobe.
Shoe Polish and a Shoe Brush, close 2nd.


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Originally Posted by Abraxis View Post

It's a sleek, nicely cut looking ma-1 that's likely of solid construction given my experience with the brand. For some people that and the placement/execution of the detail makes it ideal.
I have a few ma-1s and even the ones with the more modern cut are kind of puffy... which you could say is the point of an ma-1.
But like a sleek puffer, when done right, it can be a big deal for some. It may tempt some that have never been into ma-1s before and that has a certain cachet.
I recently bought a denim jacket where I was a self-avowed hater of all denim jackets, but this was perfect for me and made me want one. It expanded my horizons in a way and that's something i value.
Some people get excited about the perfect pair of indigo jeans. Shrug. Though I'm sure bandwagonism/groupthink bears some responsibility as well.
Plus its Japanese, this attachment ma-1, and Japanese shit is cool[/quote]

Thats all you needed to say.
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Nvm.
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I'm pretty glad the perforated leather hype is dead, it was kind of stupid to begin with.
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Originally Posted by Lel View Post

I'm pretty glad the perforated leather hype is dead, it was kind of stupid to begin with.

Ya, it feels weird to pay more for less material...
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I wore a perforated leather jacket outside in hurricane sandy, and now my torso is three feet deep in water. should have plugged those holes with sandbags.
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I'm pretty glad the perforated leather hype is dead, it was kind of stupid to begin with.

I would do unspeakable things for a pair of white perforated MMM boots
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A friend's photos popped up on my newsfeed, and one of her tagged friends was wearing what I'm pretty sure was a Givenchy birds dress. shog[1].gif
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