Random fashion thoughts - Part II (A New Hope)

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, May 15, 2015.

  1. Zassiliss

    Zassiliss Senior member

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    Everlane is now selling wool overcoats, although the cut looks to be really boxy if you're into that...
     
  2. Landscape

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    I like this one as well:

    "You’ve paired them with Dr. Martens."
    "I had the high-tops for a long time, and then the low-tops are more recent."
    "Are you punk?"
     
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    i'm going to walk my dog
     
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    I'd bet all 4 of my IG followers we haven't seen the last of her.
     
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    2000 AUD for a picture of a cup of tea.

    Pinnacle of success :lol:
     
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  7. nicelynice

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    I have too much outerwear. I like all of it. I need to sell at least three-four pieces because it's ridiculous to have as many coats as I have shirts
     
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    I was empathizing with her until she started asking for money to pay her rent. And it look like she's just trading in one bullshit for another with her new website:


    shit belongs in https://www.reddit.com/r/im14andthisisdeep/
     
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    Me too, but they have to be really wide for them to be interesting. Otherwise they are just going to fit like the wide-ish, full trousers that everyone who wasn't into slim cuts has been wearing this whole time. Which is kind of a bore.
     
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    I suspect that most people dumping Rick are doing it less due to trend and more because they realize that they really cant wear a lot of that stuff in real life.
     
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    I agree. There was a sweet spot from the 30s to early 50s when suits looked great. Full trousers look great when cut right. Perhaps it was the weight of the fabric & the bulletproof crease...?
     
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    Been wearing a lot of full cut pants lately, try to get a decent fit pic because my "me against the wall" shots don't really capture the full fit
     
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    Bonus: they're comfy
     
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