Mister Freedom by Sugar Cane (TOYO)

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kiya, Apr 24, 2008.

  1. Crakaveli

    Crakaveli Senior member

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    workwear for the rich
     
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    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    workwear for the rich

    this is like couture for dudes

    workwear inspired maybe,but anyone who actually does work in this has more money than sense.
     
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    more money than sense.

    Pretty much the subtitle of styleforum... and most enthusiast forums.
     
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    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    i understand people like expensive clothes, but theremust be a level of 'i paid 600 dollars for this jacket that i can't easily replace, maybe i'll stick to wearing it on occasions when it won't get crap all over it.''
     
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    I just received my first mister freedom piece (cpo)and i've got to admit I was a bit hesitant spending $~400 for a shirt, but after receiving it, i have no regrets. The quality of the shirt is amazing and the details are awesome. I've been wearing it nonstop and cant really wait to see how it fades and evolves.
     
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    ^that's usually what happens when someone actually buys some MFSC. Nice pickup, and the fit looks great.
    i understand people like expensive clothes, but theremust be a level of 'i paid 600 dollars for this jacket that i can't easily replace, maybe i'll stick to wearing it on occasions when it won't get crap all over it.''
    I just accept that it isn't going to last forever. I'm not going to reroof the house in the stuff, just like I wouldn't in a new pair of Levis 514s (or whatever).
     
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    Thanks! I'm so glad I picked it up, i've wanted it for such a long time now and glad I did before they were gone for good. I'm actually planning on making my next purchase very soon
     
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    Most likely the navy sweatshirt, but am also liking the blue chambray that jcrew carries (not sure if there is a difference between the ones jcrew carries and original mfsc ones)

    Decisions, decisions..
     
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    ^JCrew's MFSC chambrays are washed while the ones you may pick up at self edge are raw.
     
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    zissou Senior member

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    ^right. The raw shrink a full size.

    The mechanic's sweatshirt is nice. Not quite my style, though. I could probably pull it off, but I've recently spent a fair bit picking up bits of the Naval line.
     
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    Cool thanks guys.

    Bits of the naval line? I swear you have practically every piece from that line [​IMG]
     
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    You should choose to buy the shore jacket next....
     
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    ^know anyone selling one? [​IMG]
    Cool thanks guys. Bits of the naval line? I swear you have practically every piece from that line [​IMG]
    Only six, actually... not even half! [​IMG] There are one or two others I wouldn't mind having, but that's ok.
     

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