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cheapmutha

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prps? ecko?
 

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its kinda funny, but I have seen images of the diplomats wearing true religions while performing on stage.

Juelz has a nice chrome hearts wallet chain
 

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Originally Posted by twin8885
its kinda funny, but I have seen images of the diplomats wearing true religions while performing on stage.

Juelz has a nice chrome hearts wallet chain


thats not surprising. i don't get the funny, i seen it a lot of times before.
 

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The essence of True Religion is Hollywood, while Chrome Hearts' is that of gothic punk.

Dipset wearing them is funny.

Those look like some jeans put out by Antik, TR, Diesel or Energie. Take your pick. Possibly even Blueblood or PRPS.
 

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^ and i say that's irrelavent if they can pull it off. It's a piece of clothes, you wear it how you wanna wear it.
 

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Originally Posted by blackplatano
^ and i say that's irrelavent if they can pull it off. It's a piece of clothes, you wear it how you wanna wear it.

He can't pull it off.
 

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if that's not pulling it off, then i don't want to pull it off either.
 

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Originally Posted by Flame
The essence of True Religion is Hollywood, while Chrome Hearts' is that of gothic punk.


Actually, Chrome Hearts is pretty Hollywood as well. On of the first stores (maybe the first store) was on Melrose (which is about as LA as you get) and the stuff is really popular with LA rocker dudes.
 

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Hollywood in the pop celeb sense.

But whatever, Chrome Hearts is seen on people of all walks of life these days (albeit those with the money)
 

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what do you mean thats not funny? A hardcore rapper whose style can be describes as gangsta rap is wearing a pair of western inspired jeans favored by metrosexual men?

The jeans are probably five four
 

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Statement retracted :p

Anyway, I'll stick to looking at Common, Kweli, Mos Def, and Black Thought for styling tips :p
 

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