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Where to buy "Sixty" belt???

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JADPadgett, Apr 13, 2006.

  1. JADPadgett

    JADPadgett Member

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    I am in the UK and looking desperately for a brown belt by Sixty that has SIXTY all the way round a tan / brown belt. I saw it advertied in GQ and subsequently on the Sixty.it website. Does anyone know of any Sixty stockists or anywhere worth checking?

    Any help appreciated.

    Cheers
     
  2. jedwards

    jedwards Well-Known Member

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    there is a sixty store in London.

    Use yello.com, look up their phone number and call them
     
  3. Englandmj7

    Englandmj7 Well-Known Member

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    My wife works for Sixty group (Miss Sixty, Energie, etc.); The belt you are referring to is from last season. They usually don't put their belts on sale and keep them for quite a while, so it should still be in stock. Definitely check the London store, as recommended, and if you can't find it, I may be able to hook you up if your circumstances are desperate...[​IMG]
     
  4. teddieriley

    teddieriley Well-Known Member

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    Hey Englandmj7,

    Just curious, since your wife works for Sixty group, what is your overall opinion on Energie/Sixty? People on this board find that Energie jeans in particularly are absolute trash. I think that is rather harsh. And I'm thinking that it has to do more with the demographics and stylistic preferences of those on the board.

    I would describe myself, being in my late twenties, to be more urban fashionable and fashion forward rather than conservative as people on this board, who actually wear their pants, jeans included, at or very near their belly button, tend to be (no offense intended at all).
     
  5. Edward Appleby

    Edward Appleby Well-Known Member

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    I would describe myself, being in my late twenties, to be more urban fashionable and fashion forward rather than conservative as people on this board, who actually wear their pants, jeans included, at or very near their belly button, tend to be (no offense intended at all).

    Not really... A shitload of people on here have New Standards, for example.
     
  6. Flame

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    Hey Englandmj7,

    Just curious, since your wife works for Sixty group, what is your overall opinion on Energie/Sixty? People on this board find that Energie jeans in particularly are absolute trash. I think that is rather harsh. And I'm thinking that it has to do more with the demographics and stylistic preferences of those on the board.

    I would describe myself, being in my late twenties, to be more urban fashionable and fashion forward rather than conservative as people on this board, who actually wear their pants, jeans included, at or very near their belly button, tend to be (no offense intended at all).

    I wear all of my jeans at my hips.

    If you are talking from a "looking trendy" standpoint, Sixty, Energie, TR etc are all fine. They make good clothes for those trying to look like a Hollywood starlet.

    However myself, and the vast majority on this board, are more concerned with the quality and the various unknown intricates of making denim than with just looking good for the season.

    Besides, no offense, but people who love Sixty, Energie and such, are often brand-whores and don't really have an original , personal style, but just blindy follow whatever GQ, Hollywood, and mass marketing throws at them. Not to mention some of these are the much dicussed AmJacks.

    FYI, I'm only 21, and I'm pretty jaded that the store I work at, has a big customer base of such, although it's mostly female shoppers.
     
  7. whoopee

    whoopee Well-Known Member

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    I have a pair of Energies that are quite nice. That is an exception. The problem with most Energie, TR, etc. is that they just don't look good.
     
  8. Flame

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    I feel it all depends on your infleunces.

    A "gangsta pop rapper" type will think New Standards are ugly, a denimhead will find True Religion offensive, and trendy metrosexual will barf at the thought of unswashed 8 mths Canes.
     
  9. Edward Appleby

    Edward Appleby Well-Known Member

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    I feel it all depends on your infleunces.

    A hip-hop artist will think New Standards are ugly

    I dunno, I could see MF Doom rocking (apparently you have to indicate irony or at least self-conciousness to use that word) some APCs.
     
  10. Flame

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    Edited. Obviously I was refering to people infleunced by mainstream hiphop glorifying gangbangers' lives.
     
  11. JADPadgett

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    Many thanks, I'll check out the London store ASAP.
     

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