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cv22

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I am a highschool student and ineed of advice. I want a nice pair of jeans that will look nice and not too exspensive. I am also looking for advice on t's, shoes, anything you guys can help with I will be greatful.
 

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Well, the streetwear forum may be your best bet, but I'll get you started.

Jeans - Mavi. They look as nice as the more expensive brands, and they aren't all torn, destroyed, etc. $70-80, but you can find them on sale. I got mine from Nordstrom's. Best fitting jeans (for me) that I've ever worn.

T's - American Apparel. Very soft cotton, numerous colors, $15. They have a website and several stores in the U.S.

Shoes - zappos.com has most of the brands which will interest you. Personally, I like the Onitsuka line from Asics. Free shipping and returns on everything from zappos.

You also should check out coolhunting.com for new shoes/t's/etc.
 

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Originally Posted by cv22
I am a highschool student and ineed of advice. I want a nice pair of jeans that will look nice and not too exspensive. I am also looking for advice on t's, shoes, anything you guys can help with I will be greatful.
I think that you might want to check out the streetwear forum for that kind of info.
 

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