Originally Posted by rjbman
I sort of have differing opinions of how to spend some money, not sure if I want to fill in my wardrobe with some nice basics (tees, pants, shorts, shirts) or work on shoes (I've got white chucks right now, that's about it) or just go full out and save for acronym gear. I think the smart thing to do is probably work on the basics but it's annoying when there's all kinds of cool stuff out there.
If you're dead set on Acronym, you might as well jump in because you'll eventually let curiousity get the best of you and start grabbing some things. If you haven't gotten your basics worked out yet, I would start with your feet because they are the foundation for everything, followed by pants and upward. Chucks pretty much work with everything though and Erroll usually wears them or some sort of varvatos iteration in his lookbooks so you might already be on your way there. I personally have wasted a lot of time picking different things and trying to make them work together and been hugely disappointed with the results, so I like brand cohesion.
Originally Posted by snake
What's the verdict on that movie anyway. I was let down by Somewhere
It was ok. I'd followed up a bit on the story and knew the sister of one of the girls so it was interesting to see them portrayed on screen. Other than that it was as like the vh1 or mtv equivalent of a lifetime movie. Worth a rental if you're turned off by gossip and current events. I actually liked Somewhere, although it took me a couple of viewings to appreciate it for what it is.