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what's your most douchebaggy piece of clothing?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by stickonatree, May 9, 2008.

  1. Fade to Black

    Fade to Black Well-Known Member

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    I dunno about incestual...but kinda campy and vain perhaps. Your stereotypical "gay" people.
     
  2. Lucky Strike

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    A bullet hole ridden camouflage Diesel hoodie.

    Did you get shot [​IMG]
     
  4. Fade to Black

    Fade to Black Well-Known Member

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    good lord, those Prada loafers are atrocious

    some pretty bad stuff coming out of that house as of late...their current spring menswear collections is one of the most hideous i've seen in a while.
     
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    haha...living in this family takes a certain patience and personality, i'll tell you that much. In the immediate family structure there's only 3 of us, i think throw one more in the mix and everything will go ballistic. A lot of outsiders get the impression it's fun, if anything i think we are a classic "dysfunctional" family, much like The Simpsons but more fashion forward.

    Being new here, and to fashion in general, I'm very curious, what family is your family?
    And I apologize if this is need to know or something.
     
  6. Fade to Black

    Fade to Black Well-Known Member

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    its not a famous family, the guy said he wanted us to adopt him and i told him that i live in a dysfunctional family. did not claim to be from some grand legacy of any sort, so no need to know.
     
  7. mimesis

    mimesis Well-Known Member

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    Ya, it was that which made me think you were some highfalutin personality.
     
  8. Fade to Black

    Fade to Black Well-Known Member

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    well that part is true, yes. The Catens worked for my mother long before they achieved fame of any sort. Likewise my mother's friendship with Tim.
     
  9. Nantucket Red

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    I have a pink Penguin polo I got a few years ago (Jeez, I think I had it in high school, so 6 years ago). It is a nice polo, looks good, but the connotations of wearing a pink polo these days is too much for me too handle.

    There are connotations of wearing a pink polo? Is this something that exists only in the Streetwear forum or is it something I really need to know about? I wore a pink polo today, and except for it being a rather cold day for a polo, nobody so much as raised an eyebrow.

    So, what's wrong with a pink polo, if I ain't bein' too inquisitive? [​IMG]
     
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    There are connotations of wearing a pink polo? Is this something that exists only in the Streetwear forum or is it something I really need to know about? I wore a pink polo today, and except for it being a rather cold day for a polo, nobody so much as raised an eyebrow. So, what's wrong with a pink polo, if I ain't bein' too inquisitive? [​IMG]
    You need to understand something here. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  11. Nantucket Red

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    Thanks. I feel better. I could never come within a country mile of looking like any of those guys no matter what I wore. The pink polo is still safe territory given my overall style.
     
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    Yes, given an overall style it is still possible to wear certainly. But I am usually in jeans and do not want to be made an example of on the internet like the guys above.
     
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  14. Fade to Black

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    yes that's the pic i mentioned in the other thread...he looks horrible there
     
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    Two pairs of slouchy 7s and a pair of Prada Sport loafers (often worn together, too [​IMG]). Not ashamed of either in the least, though, all were purchased since I started reading here.
     
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    Do Ralph Lauren Polo shirts (with the logo) count? I wear those casually pretty often, though I don't think they have the douchey association that A+F or Lacoste polos do. They're kind of just a preppy staple around here.
     
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    You live close enough to actual polo grounds to wear Teh Pony.
     
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    You live close enough to actual polo grounds to wear Teh Pony.
    i still rocked the fred perry and docs when riding my mom's horse by the neighborhood polo field. i don't have an issue with ralph lauren polos though.

    douchiest item: probably a brown leather Energie jacket, though it's really the brand that is lame. The jacket is actually pretty cool.
     
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    I wear Rainbows, those are sort of douchey.
     
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    i have a shiny plasticy raf simons blazer that makes me look like the doc severenson of eastern europe.
     

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