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post #31 of 189
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will you adopt me

haha...living in this family takes a certain patience and personality, i'll tell you that much. In the immediate family structure there's only 3 of us, i think throw one more in the mix and everything will go ballistic. A lot of outsiders get the impression it's fun, if anything i think we are a classic "dysfunctional" family, much like The Simpsons but more fashion forward.
post #32 of 189
I've got some 7's, Lacoste polos, a couple of North Face jackets, but nothing truly douchebaggy I don't think.
post #33 of 189
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Originally Posted by Geno Malkin View Post
there's most likely a logo on the heel of these gay shits too.

Don't forget the possibility of of another on the sole. At least they aren't one of the pairs with the logo going the entire length of the foot. Or the ones with "gas" on one sole and "brake" on another. That wins the "No S%$ Sherlock Award" for 2008.
post #34 of 189
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Originally Posted by constant struggle View Post
1. I own a bape hoodie that I wore twice and never again, and then no one wanted to buy it... horrible....

i still had some of their patented leather uber colorful shoes just a year and a half ago... *shudder*
post #35 of 189
Several A&F polos and dress shirts. I still wear them from time to time, but likely would never post a WAYWT in them, unless under a sweater. I also own one lacoste polo. Not only is it super tight, but it is also pink.
post #36 of 189
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Really?? Who?
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Originally Posted by Surfrider View Post
I tried rocking a pair of orange pumas.... *shudder* WTF was I thinking?
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I would like these if they didn't have, count 'em, THREE logos.

well, surfrider, for one.

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Originally Posted by Stylish Pilot View Post
my early 90's brown lacoste jacket. the collar has a collapsible hood that tucks inside of it, so the collar stays permanently popped.

this sounds cool. it's a real lacoste from before it became a trendoid brand. is it made in france? are you sure it's not izod?
post #37 of 189
I have a pink Penguin polo I got a few years ago (Jeez, I think I had it in high school, so 6 years ago). It is a nice polo, looks good, but the connotations of wearing a pink polo these days is too much for me too handle.
post #38 of 189
I can picture an old man with those pradas on. The style that is..
post #39 of 189
My wayfarers.
post #40 of 189
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Originally Posted by Fade to Black View Post
Coho takes the cake, that cap is pretty fucking bad (and not in a good way).

DSquared polo is up there as well..comin from Hong Kong i'm used to seein D2 bein incorporated into random outfits, usually worn by people who spend time at the beach and gym a lot.

Interesting piece of trivia: DSquared2 would've been a joint venture between my parents and the twins had some legal issues not arised...wonder what direction the brand would've taken if that happened. Sorry i don't name drop but i'm fuckin proud of the fact Dean and Dan Caten used to work for my moms, back when she was partying in Toronto with Tim Blanks.
They've always struck me as incestual.
post #41 of 189
I dunno about incestual...but kinda campy and vain perhaps. Your stereotypical "gay" people.
post #42 of 189
Prada loafers:
post #43 of 189
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Originally Posted by michaeljkrell View Post
A bullet hole ridden camouflage Diesel hoodie.

Did you get shot
post #44 of 189
good lord, those Prada loafers are atrocious

some pretty bad stuff coming out of that house as of late...their current spring menswear collections is one of the most hideous i've seen in a while.
post #45 of 189
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Originally Posted by Fade to Black View Post
haha...living in this family takes a certain patience and personality, i'll tell you that much. In the immediate family structure there's only 3 of us, i think throw one more in the mix and everything will go ballistic. A lot of outsiders get the impression it's fun, if anything i think we are a classic "dysfunctional" family, much like The Simpsons but more fashion forward.

Being new here, and to fashion in general, I'm very curious, what family is your family?
And I apologize if this is need to know or something.
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