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Random fashion thoughts - Part II (A New Hope)

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

  1. Caveat

    Caveat Senior member

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    If you have enough swagger, you could rock any color shoe. I don't know many dudes that could pull those CPs off. You really need to give no fucks at all and that's pretty rare.

    That first CDG model could wear them with that outfit just as easily IMO.
     
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  2. Find Finn

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    I'm currently wearing a pair of these. (not my picture)

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    i think of those cps as kanye colours
     
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    May just be the photo/ my monitor, but those CPs look too close to flesh tone for me. May as well buy Hender Schemes and have done with it. Or something in canvas if you really wanna go pink (like 70s Cons).
     
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    Do you know the year and seasons for this? Styling is on point
     
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    ^ its 2005 spring summer

    On the subject of Comme I enjoyed this panel discussion. They only talk about the actual collection for the last 15mins or so (skip forward if you're bored as that bit is good).

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  7. dieworkwear

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    Josh Pesko's new Megasin store just did a collab with Greats

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    Colorway looks familiar:


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    I can see what you mean, but I think your monitor might be a bit off. They are definitely pastel pink IRL. Not my thing really, but I think they're pretty neat.
     
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    I've actually been waiting for some floral vans to get back in stock for the past 3 weeks so fuck you all.
     
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    From all the brands they could have collabed with for a high end concept store...
     
  13. Find Finn

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    shiba shiba y'all
     
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  14. Caveat

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    Without considering the logistics for one second, I think it would be an amazing awesome thing to have an annual SF flea market where we all bring a suitcase full of used clothes to sell. I'm sure a lot of people would find it worthwhile to travel for a weekend somewhere and get to try on stuff from the B&S listings, and pay for the trip by selling their own stuff, while meeting a bunch of cool people. Has that been discussed before?
     
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    logistics would quickly get into the way of this. like renting a space large enough. say there's a buy in to get a space. how many people here are really likely to do that when the probability of something selling successfully at the proposed flea market is lower than it is to sell online? maybe over on the CM side, but they generate enough business on the B&S here... so what's the point?
     
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  17. Find Finn

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    They exist with sneakers so why not pants etc.
     
  18. Caveat

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    Maybe I'm overestimating the number of sales that would happen. I'm just imagining how many more items I would buy if I could try them on. But like I said, I'm just fantasizing not really interested in racking my brain over the logistics. I figured it was impractical for a bunch of reasons.
     
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    I dunno, this appeals to me a lot from a social standpoint vs. a profit-based one. I'd do this with no expectation of coming out in the black, just to meet cool people and see cool shit in person.
     
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    @LA Guy, rent out a Uniqlo for said event. The mailer can say "Meet me outside Uniqlo".
     

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