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post #151 of 238
Brunello Cuccinelli, aside from a cashmere sweater or scarf.
post #152 of 238
1. Message tees
2. Graphic tees
3. Button down or polo shirts that leave undershirt exposed
4. White socks w anything besides gym clothes
5. "Vintage" (eg torn or worn) clothes

#1 especially
post #153 of 238
Shahtoosh
post #154 of 238
Keffiyahs.
The sole reason why I have never looked on SuFu.
post #155 of 238
The Internet fashion trend called Trad.
post #156 of 238
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post
Desert boots are kind of old, though, so can they really be called a trend? I mean, they may have been able to be called a trend in the 1960s, but today?

In the forties around El Alamein and the designer was already Hugo Boss..
post #157 of 238
Marble bag underwear/bathing suit, narrow collar shirts, thin or fat ties, I won't buy any of it.
post #158 of 238
Jackets with hoods.

Seriously, are you a ninja? Or an azbo? Then you don't need the hood.
post #159 of 238
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post
Jackets with hoods.

Seriously, are you a ninja? Or an azbo? Then you don't need the hood.

What if it rains?

O right the SAB brolly ...
post #160 of 238
Seersuckers, madras jackets, printed preppy pants
post #161 of 238
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Originally Posted by acidicboy View Post
Seersuckers, madras jackets, printed preppy pants

wouldn't exactly call them trends... just because you don't like them, doesn't mean it applies.
post #162 of 238
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What if it rains? O right the SAB brolly ...
That's what hats are for.
post #163 of 238
^^^ Special hate is directed to tweed jackets with tweed hoods.

Helloo? You've just ruined a perfectly good sportscoat!
post #164 of 238
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Originally Posted by fcuknu View Post
wouldn't exactly call them trends... just because you don't like them, doesn't mean it applies.

granted they are staples in the some parts of the United States, but I've seen that look become 'fashionable' quite a few times since the 80s.
post #165 of 238
I failed to read the entire thread so this may have been mentioned, but can we declare white jeans officially over?
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