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Do you think a men's version of this women's jacket would work?

Harold falcon

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Maybe for flamboyant homosexuals.
 

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Originally Posted by blueguitar
would this work if transformed either into a jacket or coat version for men?



It depends on what you mean by "transformed". Would the colors be changed? I think the colors are screaming "girl" so if they don't change the jacket won't work.
 

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If by "work" you mean for keeping you a slight bit warmer that you were before the plane crashed north of Hudson's Bay... most certainly.
 

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It looks totally unsalvageable.
 

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Male teens are rocking those 80's colors all over again. So yes, if you're under 21, a male version would work. Older than that, it'll look you're trying too hard to fit in.
 

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Originally Posted by D Yizz
Male teens are rocking those 80's colors all over again. So yes, if you're under 21, a male version would work. Older than that, it'll look you're trying too hard to fit in.

Yes, if you are Justin Bieber*, or Kajagoogoo.

* Did you know that you, the average MCer, are older than Justin Bieber's father? And you thought knowing who Kajagoogoo was made you old.
 

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Originally Posted by alliswell
Yes, if you are Justin Bieber*, or Kajagoogoo.

* Did you know that you, the average MCer, are older than Justin Bieber's father? And you thought knowing who Kajagoogoo was made you old.



Shhhh!!!! I secretly wish someday I'll be able to rock again teal OP pants, neon pink Hang Ten shirts and a baby blue 4 inch thick shoulder padded blazer.....
 

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People on hypebeast forum would buy it
 

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