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Fall/Winter 2012 Resolution Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by espen, Jun 28, 2012.

  1. espen

    espen Well-Known Member

    Mar 4, 2012
    So with some Fall/Winter 2012 details and pieces trickling out I was wondering if anyone has decided to make any resolutions for the upcoming season and apply any lessons from years past. This isn't necessarily a no-kop thread, but I think it'd be interesting to share everyone's take on where they want to take their style, or what they want to try, or lessons learned in the past and how it will affect any upcoming buys.

    Personally, I'm really thinking of incorporating more burgundy (though I haven't seen much coming out) and try to lay a bit off the browns.

    I'm also thinking about dipping more into the Engineered Garments pool and react a little faster to certain pieces instead of expecting a deal on that front.

    Anyone else have any thoughts?
  2. hendrix

    hendrix Senior member

    Apr 19, 2009
    i have too many cheap tshirts, would rather replace with merino/angora layers in winter, and i actually saw a really nice linen tshirt by remi relief that i may buy in summer.

    other than that nothing.
  3. the_state

    the_state Senior member

    Dec 13, 2008
    More greys. More blacks. Less tan + olive + navy + brown shoes.
  4. Blackmaged

    Blackmaged Senior member

    Sep 29, 2010
    up my knit game. learning that better knits > more knits. seems like common sense but yeah.

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