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Originally Posted by Isachenko View Post

You make it sound like we're buying shoes for $30 a pop, not that 200 pairs of $30 shoes would be less of a hoarder.

value and hoarding have nothing to do with each other, man. either way, yeah, fok has a lot of clothes, so what. he leads a normal life with a family and job, he loves menswear, and is able to have lots of it and enjoy it (that would be the not hoarding part). sounds pretty nice to me.
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i should post photos of my old beyblade collection
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Originally Posted by ghdvfddzgzdzg View Post

maybe he can move on to belts

Actually, I asked for one of this season's Dries van Noten belts for Christmas.  :inlove: 

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Also, a Dries van Noten brown and grey blue paisley embossed cardholder.  This season's collection, from clothes down to leather goods, were just so good.  

 

When I first heard of the theme, I was skeptical.  I mean "Walk of shame, wearing women's clothes mixed with the clothes from the night before"?  Then I saw the runway show.  And then I saw the collection.  imo, best Dries collection for a while, since FW04. maybe?

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The Walk of Shame is the biggest humblebrag of all

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The Walk of Shame is the biggest humblebrag of all

I've never actually seen any dude actually do it, tbh.  Mostly, it's more like a David Spade circa "Just Shoot Me": "Yes, I just had sex!"

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For dudes, it's the Walk of Pride.

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Unless you're walking home from isachenko's place.
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Too many roofie coladas

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Since @Isachenko seems so interested in my shoes, here is what I have in my current "wearing" lineup:

 

Robert GellerxCommon Projects Grey hightops

*Buttero suede "Topo" chukka sneakers

Buttero distressed pebble grain chukka sneakers

*Buttero tanino mid-brown suede hightops

Wings+Horns white leather lowtops

Wings+Jorns cream suede with white toe cap lowtops

*Wing+Horns white leather with cream suede toe cap zip high tops

Margiela "paper" GATs

Margiela grey nylon and suede GATs

Trickers MTO grey suede superboots with wedge crepe sole

*Trickers MTO Visone suede chukkas with dark blue sole

Trickers for Norsestore two tone brown superboots

Viberg MTO Heather grey roughout double leather midsole, wedge outsole service boots

Alfred Sargent Tan leather "Lombard" boots

Carmina MTO slate grey chukkas on a crepe sole

*Heschung Taupe Malko brogued boots

*Ann Demeulemeester double zip black to grey ombre tall zip boots

*Common Projects navy shelltoe lows (beat to hell - so comfy)

Common Projects grey canvas Tournament highs

Common Projects burgundy captoes

Church's Sahara "mud" chukka boots.

 

The asterices indicate what I wear "all the time".

 

Bonus - my most used belts:

 

Margiela blue/black double ring belt with "baubles"

White Mountaineering slim embroidered belt - black with white embroidery

Number (N)ine vintage taupe belt with quick hook buckle

Dries van Noten burgundy garrison belt

Jeanshop navy belt with brass "hierolgyph" buckle

 

I have fun with my clothing and accessories.  What can I say, other than that I look for things that are both a bit unusual and also fit the way I dress, which, as anyone who knows me irl knows, is pretty decent, but also very "routine".  My shoes and belts are the way change things up.

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i was just fucking around guys i'm not all for fok level consumerism nor minimalism, i'm just keeping what i absolutely can't part with and whittling my collection of clothing and shoes down to a semi-decent level while replacing some things
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Only thing I've regularly rotated for the past few months are my brown butteros and white achilles.

Why no asterisk by those vibergs? Those things were sweet. And if you ever decide you want to take a huge loss on them on b&s... peepwall[1].gif
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Only thing I've regularly rotated for the past few months are my brown butteros and white achilles.
Why no asterisk by those vibergs? Those things were sweet. And if you ever decide you want to take a huge loss on them on b&s... peepwall[1].gif

I really like the Vibergs.  But for just tramping around the house, and going for coffee or whatever, they are just a bit heavy.  The Malkos and the Tricker chukkas with a crepe and a Vibram sole, respectively, are easy on the feet and lighter weight.  You'll notice that the other other pair on non-sneakers on that list are the Ann Demeulemeester sneaker boots, and those things are really light, and because of the zipper, super easy to get on and off.

 

My brown butteros and grey-brown buttero chukkas get the most wear out of everything.  They go well with pretty much everything, and are extremely comfortable.

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For anyone still looking for nice tees w/ a wide neck opening, check out The White Briefs (awful name..). Just picked up this black tee from ssense and it is great. Super soft (much more so than my acne limits) and nice slim arms. Fits tts
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

It's a raincoat, which will look out of place when it's not raining, personally I would get something like a Mackintosh or Nanamica Soutien over it.

Yeah there was sort of some tongue-in-cheek going on with my post but yeah I agree it's definitely a little over the top for anything outside of a downpour
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