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Invisalign. Puts a hurt on copping power frown.gif

Clear Correct is a bit cheaper, but trust me invisalign is worth it. I had to try them out and at first I hated the feel and saliva build up in them cause I did not push them down hard enough. In the end though I would take the small discomfort and soreness over metal braces any day. I know the price and yeah man, a very nice watch could be had instead haha
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undercover paintbrush sweater. move over, babar sweater. game over, smiley sweater.
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What bag are you talking about? I need a good toiletry bag.

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cyc let me know when you're ready for next level toothpaste dawg

sorry about your giants frown.gif
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Clear Correct is a bit cheaper, but trust me invisalign is worth it.

What's the difference?
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

Clear Correct is a bit cheaper, but trust me invisalign is worth it.

What's the difference?

While CC has lower fees and (using the same concepts) these lower fees mean your dentist can pass the savings down to you. Yet CC is the newcomer and Invisalign is tried and tested, so it is faster and more accurate. They both do and are basically the same thing, one is just a lot more reliable right now. Really it all depends on how many aligners you need, the more you need the more expensive it gets. Most of the time regular braces are needed anyways

jet The best i've seen and used so far is Oxyfresh, it uses a blend of essential oils (lemon, orange, grapefruit, bergamot, lime, peppermint) and zinc. Doesn't stain, alcohol free, so far I haven't really found a better one at the conventions, pus it has 25+ years in the business
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http://www.anticboutik.com/accessories/1415-potential-black.html


I'd given this up for lost when they sold out at Oki-ni in like, day 2 after they got them. Then.., bam... New bag for my adventures. This and a leather backpack, and it's all good to go.

Picked up a master piece on Ssense as well. First one.... Fingers crossed.
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I must say that the Unbranded 101's that I received a few days ago are absolutely fantastic. The fitting is excellent as well; I couldn't even do any of the buttons on the first fit (the jeans felt like tights honestly), but it quickly expanded as it wore around the house. I'm quite happy with having sized down 1. Looking forward to seeing the fade on those bad boys too.

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COS polyester/cotton pants

plokhov t-shirt
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Went a little crazy at the Mr. Porter sale. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Undercover t-shirt

Balmain parrot long t-shirt

D&G hooded black leather jacket

Lanvin lightweight navy cargo shorts

Lanvin silk navy hoodie
D&G hooded black leather jacket
 
 

 

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A couple more Norse tees from End (as long as they aren't oversold again). Best fit ever for my tall, lanky self. Feeling very '70's with these.


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Love the top one. Sooner or later, Wes Anderson is just going to show up and start filming you.
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I would be ok with that.
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Mismo day pack, and Handsome coffee. Today is a good day.
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