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post #1 of 24
Thread Starter 
my friend is throwing a party and its a rock inspired one(with bands and all that) next friday and i need to find a style,here is what i'm thinking:

brown morphine generation l/s tee
paul smith white embriodered l/s shirt
dsquared belt
dolcegabbana peace jeans
diesel amhearst kicks


any advice is appreciated...ty
post #2 of 24
Less frou-frou labels. Jeans (something LEVIs-ish), plain t-shirt (pref. dirty, in black or white), trucker/biker-ish belt in black or brown, converse chuck taylor his, vans or boots. Oh, and paste on a vacant look-------no smiling.
post #3 of 24
depends on what kind of rock they're playing. but ddml has got it covered. roll a pack of cigs in your sleeve and chainsmoke- best paired with the vacant look. hahaha
post #4 of 24
Oh, yeah, I forgot about fashioncore...
post #5 of 24
Leather pants, if you've got em

If you've got any cuffs/spikes/chains, bring them out.

A dog chain (metalic loops), between your back belt loop and pocket is also pretty rock.

Rock is accessory heaven

ALso, i'd probably go a ramones or PUSA or some other old skool rock shirt....

(I'd go PUNK, cheap to buy to stand out :P)

--WadeM
post #6 of 24
Ramones is a good idea-------can't go wrong with that look if you've got the appropriate body type.
post #7 of 24
I'm kinda thinkin if you have the vacant look (with no smiling) you can't have the ramones shirt. You gotta have a t-shirt of some band that nobody has ever heard of. Preferably of minimalist design. not too much graphics. It doesn't even matter if you like the band, just that you are so much more underground than any other person at the show. Hell you don't even want to be there cuz you are sooo over the scene and are only there for the love of the music.
post #8 of 24
"i need to find a style"

This statement is what worries me. Well, it doesn't actually worry me. But you risk looking like a total poseur or fashion victim if you try to kit yourself out in a Rawk Costume with all of your Rawk Clothes on at once. "The whole thing smacks of effort."
post #9 of 24
Yes, try to look like you are not trying; better yet, don't even try.
post #10 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by rnrswitch
You gotta have a t-shirt of some band that nobody has ever heard of.
The best way to ensure this is to fabricate a fictional band. If anyone tells you "hey, cool band" then you know he's a poser.
post #11 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kent Wang
The best way to ensure this is to fabricate a fictional band. If anyone tells you "hey, cool band" then you know he's a poser.

I recommend the Emo Band Name Generator.

http://members.aol.com/Valdes379/EmoGame.html
post #12 of 24
I sometimes feel like my screen name is an emo band, and I feel like whining.
post #13 of 24
alabaster base and a priest robe
post #14 of 24
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wade M
Leather pants, if you've got em

If you've got any cuffs/spikes/chains, bring them out.

A dog chain (metalic loops), between your back belt loop and pocket is also pretty rock.

Rock is accessory heaven

ALso, i'd probably go a ramones or PUSA or some other old skool rock shirt....

(I'd go PUNK, cheap to buy to stand out :P)

--WadeM




i'm definitley NOT going punk..i'd like my style to rock, not to look like a rocker...great brit bands and underground bands are comin, and i do not want to look bad on this one.i live in laguna,OC so people are kinda upscale there.
post #15 of 24
I am out of my element-------underground bands and upscale are antithetical; just look at the prefixes.
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