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What are you wearing in 10 years?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Get Smart, Oct 23, 2006.

  1. Rome

    Rome Well-Known Member

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    10 years = situational, nonchalant. Much like now only with less concern for pedestrian safety.
     
  2. wheelerray

    wheelerray Well-Known Member

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    Tin foil hat
    7 fold Styleforum tie from thrift
    Broken commie watches on each arm
    flak jacket (with nut protector)
    belt made of human skin (worn just below the armpit)
    1970's Boston Celtics basketball shorts
    neon green skating kneepads
    mid-calf three stripe socks
    blue suede moon boots
    spurs


    [​IMG] Your post came dangerously close to causing a Pepsi-keyboard catastrophe.
     
  3. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG] Your post came dangerously close to causing a Pepsi-keyboard catastrophe.

    Pepsi-keyboard catastrophe is my middle name.

    [​IMG]
     
  4. cultpop 0217

    cultpop 0217 Well-Known Member

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    Goodgod, now Akira references. Fine, I need to throw in a Bladerunner reference then!
    I've done questionable things. ... Nothing the god of bio-mechanics wouldn't let you in heaven for.


    all these...memories
    will be lost in time
    like tears
    in rain.
    time to die
     
  5. norcaltransplant

    norcaltransplant Well-Known Member

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    I grew 1 1/4 inch and gained 5-10 lbs. since I was 16. I wore Banana Republic and Eccos back then. I still wear a few holdovers from highschool. Style will probably be the same--I have a few Edward Greens that are already approaching a half decade, and I imagine that I'll be wearing the same stuff in another twenty. The budget might increase to entry level Saville Row, but nothing silly like a bespoke Kiton etc.

    Need to get a real job first...
     
  6. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Well-Known Member

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    a song for ya: i want a job, i want a job, i want a real job a job that satisfies... my artistic needs [​IMG]
     
  7. coiol

    coiol Well-Known Member

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    Hopefully I'll be wearing a suit every day, or close to every day. First I have to go into a profession where that won't be too weird though.

    I suppose on the other days I'll wear space-selvage jeans.
     
  8. Max

    Max Well-Known Member

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    The budget might increase to entry level Saville Row, but nothing silly like a bespoke Kiton etc.
    Is there such a thing as "entry level" saville row?
     
  9. Get Smart

    Get Smart Well-Known Member

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    Is there such a thing as "entry level" saville row?

    probably referring to Kilgour's "entry level" bespoke which is made in Shanghai, something like $1000 less than their English made bespoke
     

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