Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. mulansauce

    mulansauce Senior member

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    Good people, those SZ folks.
     
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    mulansauce Senior member

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    what do you define as masculine?

    Cock fades, football jerseys, domestic abuse.
     
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    I rather have cardio than big muscles and you don't need muscles to beat your SO.
     
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    ^ i rather have cardio too but you're the one asking what's masculine
     
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    you don't need muscles to beat your SO.

    True. I use a D&G belt.
     
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    thats.mana Senior member

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    I'm not asking, I just don't think we or atleast myself knows how to define masculinity. It surly isn't just clothes and a certain look.

    True. I use a D&G belt.
    Big buckle belt?
     
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    I've come to realize that putting on boots and a denim shirt doesn't make me look like a "man",
    As far as a masculine inspiration it's back to square one.

    Did you read this?
     
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    Big buckle belt?

    Naturally. Small buckle D&G belt is an oxymoron.
     
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    thats.mana Senior member

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    Did you read this?


    I have but I never felt as if I was playing a characther.
     
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    I never felt as if I was playing a characther.

    You were doing it wrong.
     
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    I wish LL. Bean/Chippewa would do the Katahdin boot in some other leathers. I like the design of the boot but the color of the leather does nothing for me.
     
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    I can't see how can call workwear masculine.

    Doods in eg and wwm who are looking for the right socks to match thier moccasins and neckerchiefs and lusting over peanut grizzly suede deck chukka boots seem to be the same as doodz who rock gothninja, it's just fashion and costume.
     
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    jet Persian Bro

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    why the fuck are they so obsessed with you?

    One can say the opposite as well.
     
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    I've come to realize that putting on boots and a denim shirt doesn't make me look like a "man",
    As far as a masculine inspiration it's back to square one.


    Really, I've been trying to go for something more masculine myself. Mind you, when I first started reading SF, I was almost kind of a hypebeast, which is pretty feminized. For me, "masculine" means henleys, military styled shirts and jackets, blacks, greys, earthtones. Not ostenatiously masculine, or in-your-face masculine, but that would almost be a contradiction in terms as far as I'm concerned.
     
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