Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Spirit of 69, Nov 19, 2008.
Hmm... good thought.
The Picture not do the Shoes justice.Had a look, close up today.They are called "Cognac"
Only joking with Queenie, got home at about one ish Sunday morning, thanks for all your concerns though
Lovely flight jackets by the way.
A-2 flight jackets are great, very stylish. I would go with a smooth dk brown oxford over brogues, it harkens back to service shoes that would have been worn by airmen during 40s.
I know what you mean Jason, but on the other hand I would be wearing the jacket and shoes most likely with jeans (I don't have much else ) so I wouldn't necessarily be going for something that recalls service shoes.
Yeah, they'd go with that leather helmet of yours!
"Too many negative waves, man!"
Oddball: A Sherman can give you a very nice... edge.
And just how appropriate is that!
Hot Pants by Mary Quant, 1971. Photograph: Archive Photos
Fifty Years of Fashion - Valerie Steele
Yale University Press New Haven and London 1997
Bunters old son, it never ceases to amaze me where you drag all this stuff up from!
I know mate, sad innit?
If only I was this keen at school
My apologies if this is is too off-topic, but I found it kind of funny:
I was looking at my old records the other night when I came across something that reminded me of this forum and the book project:
It's an old hardcore band from Southern California. I'm sure Jason remembers them.
It's odd that they used this for the cover, since they weren't a particularly skinheady hardcore band.
This ecletic american mix of graffiti letters, punk music and skinhead elements is probably incomprehensible to you brits, the original guys in particular...
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