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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. dwyhajlo

    dwyhajlo Well-Known Member

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    Is there a men's equivalent to the Vogue "collections" issues?
     
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    Joel McHale on Twitter.

    Want to see him wearing some isaora hosting the soup. Really though, Joel McHale doesnt dress half-bad it seems.. and at least dresses to his body-type well
     
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    jeez. got my order from oki-ni today. ordered three things, one of them was the wrong thing, and the other thing had been laundered (smells like detergent) and still one end (scarf) was covered in grease/soot stains...at least the shoes are cool?
     
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    dry clean only t shirt. worth it?
     
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    How serious do you think they are about that? Is there a compelling reason it's dry-clean only? I've definitely seen stuff labeled as such that you can wash, at least by hand or in a garment bag on delicate cycle. If it's an awesome t-shirt, yes. Also, I was up way too late last night tidying up my house so the cleaners could actually clean instead of having to work around piles of unopened mail and hi-tops strewn about the first floor of my house. I found out today that my cleaning is actually tomorrow, so I deprived myself of sleep for nothing. [​IMG]
     
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    lol your place sounds just like mine
     
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    A hand wash would be fine, throwing it on spin cycle would probably shred it though.
     
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    Joel McHale on Twitter.

    Character on Community has worn W+H and some other SF-y lines. His soup stuff always seems a little douche-y, J Lindeberg and stuff.
     
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    A hand wash would be fine, throwing it on spin cycle would probably shred it though.

    I throw my cotton-cashmere blends in the washing machine with no problems but it's a wimpy Korean washing machine (no pillar).
     
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    its a cotton cashmere mix.

    http://www.ln-cc.com/damir-doma/dami.../dam010021blk/

    i dont see why a gently hand wash wouldnt suffice..but ln cc states that its dry clean only


    that shirt is extremely fine - if you have a delicate cycle on your washing machine then maybe...

    caveat emptor: that shirt is really long. i'm half considering cutting mine so it doesn't skirt so far down...
     
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    is nicolo' always cut with a little flare from the waist down on coats ? this is the second one i feel has that effect...
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    It is hard trying to build a specific wardrobe from scratch wth nearly no money, it sucks.
     
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    Yeesh...Lenny Kravitz after raiding Taylor Momsen's closet

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    Im considering buying that top at the moment.
     
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    those shoes make his feet look so disjointed, though i guess that's the point
     
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    that shirt is extremely fine - if you have a delicate cycle on your washing machine then maybe...

    caveat emptor: that shirt is really long. i'm half considering cutting mine so it doesn't skirt so far down...


    hmmm, thanks guys. yeah from the pics i can tell it is very fine. is it so long it doesnt stack nicely, or you just dont like stacks on your tees? is it a raw hem briza?
     
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    It's most likely been said, but damn Mr. Porter is professional. My favorite boutique at the moment
     
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