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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. DLester

    DLester Well-Known Member

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    lol you are just going to post any randomness you find on the internest arent you?
     
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    Are there any sleeker New Balance models to wear with chinos? Looking for a comfortable sneaker alternative to my CPs
     
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    Random Fashion Thoughts
     
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    Shah or anyone who knows, looking for a suggestion on a tripod for my s95.

    One that can stand evenly on a tilt and you can properly adjust the legs accordingly.
    And of course all the other requirements like waist height or taller etc.

    : )
     
  5. Biggen

    Biggen Well-Known Member

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    Maybe this? Looks quite nice and it's made of linen so your hands wouldn't have to touch cotton.

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    It's kinda hard to suggest a pocket square without knowing what you'd wear it with. Just like it would be hard to recommend one tie. Our friends at Howard Yount have a number of nice patterned squares (gingham and such) if that's what you're looking for - I find those pretty versatile. If you're looking for one large print (a la Carre Hermes), the Drakes and Rubinacci can be nice in the right colorways. I have 3 or 4 of Drakes' mughal print square in brown, red, bottle green colors and love those. Maybe keep an eye on MC B&S to see if anything tickles your fancy ?
     
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    anyone have any hot ideas for where one can still find Gyakusou uc lightweight jacket (team red color / m size)?
     
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    Wow, so I just discovered Yoox and there's a lot of nice stuff there..or rather, different.
     
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    Yoox has more character than any other web shop, haha.
     
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    There's also Kent Wang. If you're ever in NYC you could try Paul Stuart, especially for the cravat/ascot part of the equation.
     
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    +1 for Kent Wang. Shah, I think a natural linen pocket square might suit you?
     
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    It's photos like this that make me want to throw all of my clothes in the garbage and go back to wearing Gap carpenter jeans and LL Bean OCBDs.
     
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    I swear I can see faces in the camo.
     
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    Are the faces weeping ?
     
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    he looks like the remnants of an opening ceremony sample sale
     
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    I'm inspired by his irrepressible ebullience
     
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    looking for one of those Silent bags that's big and sack-like. Needed for a trip. I see one version on yoox but if anyone has any other suggestions of where to find, i'd appreciate it.
     
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    Outspoken atheist (but proud cultural Jew with Israeli name) and lover of English romantic literature seeks employment.

    Applicant is fed-up with covering tattoos and sanitizing facebook references to a love of irreverence, over-the-top ritual and outsider art.

    Applicant has a half a college degree and excellent street smarts. He is willing to work his ass off as long as the compensation feels commensurate. Has own reliable and stylish transportation

    Applicant is an accomplished sleight-of-hand magician and hypnotist (Tannens Magic school class of 2004), competent draftsman and aspiring black ink tattooer (though those w/o astigmatism may want to wait till applicant has a few more months experience.)

    This is dead serious. Any tips would be greatly appreciated and karmically if not financially rewarded.
     
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    Body: 100% Linen
    Trim: 80% Silk, 20% Linen

    :drool:
     
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