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post #31 of 220
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Originally Posted by Listi View Post
Actually I'd debate against this.

You'd be wrong.
THe leather shoulder shirt thingy with the apron is pretty cool though.
post #32 of 220
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Originally Posted by NorCal View Post
You'd be wrong.

Very convincing argument, I concede. (10)
post #33 of 220
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
aaaand you totally missed the point. my point wasn't that levis is better or worse than julius. my point was that loads of brands in entirely different "genres" make clothes with attention to detail and quality. this is not exclusive to workwear, nor is it even most present in workwear.

you're right on both of those points

on the other hand, the workwear/heritage trend has at least made people aware of the qualitative differences between different items who otherwise couldn't tell the difference or didn't care before the heritage trend came about

even some of my close friends, who are mostly blue-collar, working-class people, the type who would scoff at paying x amount of dollars for a specific item regardless of supposed quality, have become interested in shopping for quality and now think of certain items as something to invest into and take care of rather than something to cheap out on, and i think this is a good thing overall.
post #34 of 220
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Originally Posted by Listi View Post
Very convincing argument, I concede. (10)

What can I say, when you're Mr. Fucking Wonderful you don't need arguments.
post #35 of 220
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
Workwear retards unite!!!

Like a moth to a flame.
post #36 of 220
It will have a good run and then people's tastes will evolve and want something else. It always happens.

In the late 60's everyone wanted jeans, boots, chambray shirts -Hey, just like now! But after a while the 70's came along and people wanted a new look and silk shirts and polyester pants became the rage at discos and later in the 80's suits with truck wide shoulders (and some hair to match).

The best of heritage clothing will last, just like Levis did. But many of these companies will either have to evolve into something very different or die. That is just the reality of the marketplace and fashion.
post #37 of 220
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Originally Posted by eczerwonka View Post
After lurking here for a while now, I pray for the day that asshole gets his hands cut off by some freak accident so he cannot post or he just loses his job and everything he owns. My god that would be so sweet.

Haha that would be great .
post #38 of 220
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post


No different then those retards wearing ed hardy and true religion to show how much money they have. Lanvin and MMM is the new Ed Hardy (can't wait for the fanboys to read that).

P.S.

Jcrew is ass
post #39 of 220
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
You get my text yesterday?

lol mall shoppers talking about quality

post #40 of 220
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post
Haha that would be great .

You decided to name yourself after the most mediocre possible shoe, I don't know what gives you the right to talk shit on anyone.
post #41 of 220
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Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot View Post
You decided to name yourself after the most mediocre possible shoe, I don't know what gives you the right to talk shit on anyone.

.............
post #42 of 220
its true, though
post #43 of 220
if they're so mediocore, why is there a 150+ page thread on them? nm, it's just 150 pages of people trying to look mediocore.
post #44 of 220
appeal to majority
post #45 of 220
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Originally Posted by wahwho11 View Post
nm, it's just 150 pages of people trying to look mediocore.
sounds about right.
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