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Looking for a V Neck

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ctu92, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. ctu92

    ctu92 Well-Known Member

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    I saw this V Neck shirt worn in the show 24 recently and i'd really like to find the brand, does anyone think they can help me please?

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    It's a long sleeve v neck shirt, and a unique feature of the shirt is that the wrist cuffs tend to roll up at the end. If anyone can help, that'd be much appreciated! Thanks!
     
  2. Robert

    Robert Well-Known Member

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    Ha ha. Yes. Check Target. They make them special for gov't agents what run the risk of getting theyselves blowed up. Thus, cheap.
     
  3. ctu92

    ctu92 Well-Known Member

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    Haha, thanks for the big help!
     
  4. Robert

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    It's a v-neck. It's very generic looking. Seriously.
     
  5. ctu92

    ctu92 Well-Known Member

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    Yea well seriously, i'm looking for it, so you can either help or keep the snarky comments to yourself. All i've ever been on this forum is nice and all i get in return are people trying to be funny and not help whatsoever. That's a little immature don't you think?
     
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    he did help you out there.
     
  7. phoenixrecon

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    Yea well seriously, i'm looking for it, so you can either help or keep the snarky comments to yourself. All i've ever been on this forum is nice and all i get in return are people trying to be funny and not help whatsoever. That's a little immature don't you think?

    i think posting threads about what stars are wearing so you can replicate it is a little immature.
     
  8. Robert

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    Yea well seriously, i'm looking for it, so you can either help or keep the snarky comments to yourself. All i've ever been on this forum is nice and all i get in return are people trying to be funny and not help whatsoever. That's a little immature don't you think?

    My point is that it is absolutely nothing special. It could be any v-neck sweater or t-shirt.

    Why do people post these celeb things?
     
  9. ctu92

    ctu92 Well-Known Member

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    Celebs do wear nice pieces of clothing. This piece happens to be my style. You can't tell me you've never seen something someone else was wearing and said to yourself, I wonder where they got it. It's the EXACT same thing. If I would have seen someone in the street wearing this shirt, I would've asked them where they got it. There's absolutely nothing immature about it, and the fact that you, phoenixrecon, can't distinguish between the two, that reflects your immaturity.
     
  10. phoenixrecon

    phoenixrecon Well-Known Member

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    Celebs do wear nice pieces of clothing. This piece happens to be my style. You can't tell me you've never seen something someone else was wearing and said to yourself, I wonder where they got it. It's the EXACT same thing. If I would have seen someone in the street wearing this shirt, I would've asked them where they got it. There's absolutely nothing immature about it, and the fact that you, phoenixrecon, can't distinguish between the two, that reflects your immaturity.

    i have never thought or done this. At least not in the past 15 years...

    because its a rather immature thing to do. just like posting threads in the wrong places.
     
  11. Robert

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    i have never thought or done this. At least not in the past 15 years...

    because its a rather immature thing to do. just like posting threads in the wrong places.


    I'll admit I've gotten ideas about what to wear from movie stars, celebs, etc., especially in their roles (not so much in their real lives). But it's just an idea, not for the specific garment. Like, in this instance, I might have thought, "I need a v-neck tee shirt that looks like that" not "I need that exact brand and make of v-neck tee-shirt."

    The latter is a bit more OCD than I can do.
     
  12. ctu92

    ctu92 Well-Known Member

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    To try to find an exact shirt is not OCD. There are actually plenty of people who do the same thing. If you haven't noticed, the fit a certain shirt has varies from brand to brand. I'm looking for a tight fitting ribbed short v neck. Hmm, the shirt in that picture seems to have that same fit, why not just try to find that one?

    How exactly is this in the wrong place? This is a discussion about mens casual clothing is it not? Exactly.
     
  13. riraito

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    i have never thought or done this. At least not in the past 15 years...

    because its a rather immature thing to do. just like posting threads in the wrong places.


    that's a really selfish mindset to have; a little empathy would go a long way to not being a dick.

    honestly, if everyone hates posts like these so much then just ignore them.
     
  14. somatoform

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    To try to find an exact shirt is not OCD. There are actually plenty of people who do the same thing. If you haven't noticed, the fit a certain shirt has varies from brand to brand. I'm looking for a tight fitting ribbed short v neck. Hmm, the shirt in that picture seems to have that same fit, why not just try to find that one?

    How exactly is this in the wrong place? This is a discussion about mens casual clothing is it not? Exactly.


    So, you're looking for a thermal vneck?


    It's the wrong place because an entire thread that will disappear after a few hours (actually, should have already disappeared by now) is a waste given all the threads there are for thermals, vnecks, sweaters, and quick questions.

    It's not like you have 1 post count. How could you not know this?
     
  15. Robert

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    To try to find an exact shirt is not OCD. There are actually plenty of people who do the same thing. If you haven't noticed, the fit a certain shirt has varies from brand to brand. I'm looking for a tight fitting ribbed short v neck. Hmm, the shirt in that picture seems to have that same fit, why not just try to find that one?

    How exactly is this in the wrong place? This is a discussion about mens casual clothing is it not? Exactly.


    Because it is unrealistic to think you'll find the exact same v-neck that Jack Bauer is wearing as he gets ready to get blown up. My God.

    I don't know. I guess if you figure out how to find out that kind of information, more power to you. Let us know how you do it. Might take dating the stage crew wardrobe assistant or something.
     
  16. ctu92

    ctu92 Well-Known Member

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    Well could this honestly be answered in one of those threads? No, because i've done that before and I haven't gotten any help. It seems as though the only way to get any reply is to make an actual thread about it, that's when I can actually get some help. This isn't a quick question either because no one seems to have answered it yet.
     
  17. Robert

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    You realize this thread is going south, right?
     
  18. ctu92

    ctu92 Well-Known Member

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    Yes of course, because of people like yourself. Truthfully, if everyone on this forum was decent and nice about things, my questions could've already been answered. Take the advice of riraito and just ignore these threads if you are going to act like that.
     
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    Was that even english, lol?
     

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