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  1. jphil93

    ADIDAS Thread

    can anyone tell me what model adidas these are?
  2. jphil93

    ID on these adidas?

    i found this used pair of adidas that i thought was really unique and decided i would get it restored and possibly customize it by getting the name of the model printed in gold on the side near the stripes like the originals models (i know it’s tacky, but you do you, i do me). But i have never...
  3. jphil93

    Opinions on certain British brands

    i mean i do notice lonsdale has a douchey customer basis, yes that is true. but i didn't know it was like tapout. over here in the states if i see 1 ed hardy, audigier, affliction or tapout logo on your clothing i just assume you are an awful person. they basically scream "scumbag" looked at...
  4. jphil93

    Opinions on certain British brands

    I've been shopping a lot on British websites for clothing and have come across a few brands plenty of times. Some of these brands have some really nice looking pieces plus they have appeal to me because in America you can't find these anywhere. But I'm not sure about the quality or what people...
  5. jphil93

    Do people in the U.K. Wear nautica?

    All great brands. Armani is probably my favorite. I have at least 50 pairs of jeans from almost all of Armani's lines, from Exchange to emporio, Giorgio and collezioni. Part of what got me into wearing the Armani jeans lines was the casual culture. It looked so good on them and reeked of luxe...
  6. jphil93

    Do people in the U.K. Wear nautica?

    I get what you mean. I've read a lot about stone island being associated with violent types and carrying a stigma around. It kind of happens around these parts too, except with north face and Ralph Lauren. These brands (especially the latter) make beautiful high quality pieces that are the...
  7. jphil93

    Do people in the U.K. Wear nautica?

    Stone island is really awesome. I don't know why it isn't so popular around the world. It started becoming popular here when drake bastardized the brand and pretended to be British for a while (pic related). But it's a really practical brand. With amazing quality jackets that almost always last...
  8. jphil93

    Do people in the U.K. Wear nautica?

    Oh yeah! Henri Lloyd makes a lot of choice pieces. The best part about wearing that and Lyle and Scott and other brands not known in the us is the confusion on friends' and other people's faces when they're trying to figure out where the **** that shirt is from. LOL
  9. jphil93

    Do people in the U.K. Wear nautica?

    im from the US but I've always been fascinated with British culture and subcultures. Recently I've been looking into the casual subculture, which is based around British soccer (football) and designer clothing. Apparently the fans travelled around Europe to follow their teams and wore the...
  10. jphil93

    I'd really like dolce & gabbana to revive their D&G line

    i understand this forum looks down on low quality and diffusion brand clothing. D&g was never known for the best quality. Some of their pieces were even tacky and over the top. But the truth is, that line was young and refreshing, something I'd wear on the weekend or on vacation. Even some...
  11. jphil93

    Macy's doesn't carry armani jeans anymore?!?!

    I actually worked for Macy's as a sales associate for the holidays back in 2015. It was probably the worst job I've ever had. Haha! I would say the exact thing as you but herald square carries a lot of "high end" casual brands. Like Hugo boss all lines including Hugo, versace jeans, g star...
  12. jphil93

    Macy's doesn't carry armani jeans anymore?!?!

    as much as I hate to admit it, and as much as I'm gonna get **** from all of you for saying it, armani jeans is probably one of my favorite brands of all time. Unfortunately getting pieces from this brand in the us is very hard. Luckily Macy's has carried this brand for years and I specifically...
  13. jphil93

    suit size question

    There is something I really don't understand. Throughout the years I've had to get bigger and bigger suits as I've gotten older (I'm 23). I've worn a us size 48 until I was 14. Size 50 until now. But now I have to get a size 52 since I now can't even button up the suit jacket. Yet I've been...
  14. jphil93

    Eurotrash clothing brands?

    I am really curious as to what brands does styleforum think are classically associated with "eurotrash" types? Also, what are some style cues typically associated with eurotrash?
  15. jphil93

    Any D&G (not dolce&gabbana) jeans experts?

    D&G, as much as people hate it, was one of the first brands that got me into the fashion world. I grew up wearing their clothing that I got in stores in Paris and New York. Now that Domenico and Stefano discontinued this line I've had to resort to buying pre-owned pieces to get my d&g fix. I...
  16. jphil93

    Any D&G (not dolce&gabbana) jeans experts?

    D&G, as much as people hate it, was one of the first brands that got me into the fashion world. I grew up wearing their clothing that I got in stores in Paris and New York. Now that Domenico and Stefano discontinued this line I've had to resort to buying pre-owned pieces to get my d&g fix. I...

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