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My style, what to add?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Urbatect, Sep 13, 2006.

  1. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Well-Known Member

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    Objectivists arent exactly known for being easy to deal with. [​IMG]

    Must... resist... the urge....

    The designs look good, though. This coming from someone who despises Ayn Rand, too! [​IMG]
     
  2. truestorytravis

    truestorytravis Well-Known Member

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    Urbatect, I pm'ed you, but I guess I'll ask here too. What do you print your shirts on? I really like your designs, but if you print on something like American Apparel I can't wear it. Their fits just don't work with my body.
     
  3. Urbatect

    Urbatect Member

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    I didnt notice the PM, sorry. I replied to it now.
     
  4. Urbatect

    Urbatect Member

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    [​IMG]

    I bought these boots a couple of weeks ago and I'll probably get a belstaff jacket too. I have a hard time deciding between two of them though. One choice is a biker jacket that is the same color as the boots, or a black aviator jacket. Unfortunately I could not find the exact aviator jacket, but here's the biker one [​IMG] The aviator jacket is not one of the asymmetric ones, but a rather straight black jacket with some really good looking pockets and a great collar. The aviator jacket looks super open, but the motorcycle jacket fits like a glove.
     

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