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OMG the rumors were true!!!

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JoMak_NYC, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. rnrswitch

    rnrswitch Senior member

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    not me! ive only been stylish for a little while. from about 94 till last year i was wearing nothing but baggy jeans from skate brands, or maybe jcrew, and too big tees. i didnt know what fit was. sf changed that for me.

    once you find it tho, its hard to imagine wearing the old stuff. ive tried... i cant do it.



    That sucks. I have always been stylish. (j/k)
     
  2. jedwards

    jedwards Senior member

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    re: Nudies, I have a pair of the Japanse selvedge BB ones, and I also own a few other pairs of Jap. 'artisan' brands.

    To me, the quality on the Nudies is just as good in my eyes. OK, they're probably not as good as £400 Pure Blues etc, but....

    I live in a big UK city, and I have only ever seen 1 other person in Nudies here. Even when in London, I never really noticed anyone in them. This whole thing about Nudies being 'played out' is bullshit: what it really means is "too many people have access to them now, so they are now shit"

    (OK they are probably well and truly played in Sweden from what I hear, but thats always the case with the home market. E.g. Burberry print in England, or Edwins in Japan: doesnt mean they arent quality products)

    I think its just snobbery TBH.
     

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