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

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  1. JohnnyLaw

    JohnnyLaw Distinguished Member

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    Why does Facebook keep suggesting that I should add Socal to my friend list? Do we have some unknown connection or is it just a weird coincidence? I was kind of surprised to see someone with that Gareth Pugh overcoat in his avatar, until I realized who it was.
     


  2. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    why the fuck are they so obsessed with you?

    i mean sometimes i think to myself, "man justin you spent a lot of money to look like shit today" though i do often like your fits, what the hell did you do to them to piss them off so much


    I don't know...it's worse than the whole Jet/Ghulkan thing for a few years back.

    He once posted photos of a cruise to Alaska. They don't look kindly on that sort of frivolity.

    Yes actually wearing the clothes you talk about outside is a big no no.

    Why does Facebook keep suggesting that I should add Socal to my friend list? Do we have some unknown connection or is it just a weird coincidence? I was kind of surprised to see someone with that Gareth Pugh overcoat in his avatar, until I realized who it was.

    Add me, I won't bite.
     


  3. Stazy

    Stazy Distinguished Member

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    One can say the opposite as well.

    Oh that's deeeep.
     


  4. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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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.


    People who bought "hillside" denim kerchiefs got put on a police watch-list.
     


  5. Razele

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    FFS EASON ITS SELVAGE

    Guys I'm looking for old copies of free and easy or other imported obscure asian fake lifestyle
    magazines.

    Check out my new tote, it's made in America and the lining looks really nice with my bucket hat and corwhichan cardigan, which is warm and insanely hideous.

    Its all fashion, its all clothing, were all equally retarded for being on this forum and equally unmasculine.
     


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    masculine is jeans and a fucking t-shirt, you can't possibly argue that workwear or any other aesthetic is masculine. if anything, workwear is the worst culprit because its skinny dudes trying to channel hard grizzled lumberjack lifestyle by spending hundreds of dollars on a perfect chambray workshirt that will never see a drop of sweat.
     


  7. Big Pun

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    why the fuck are they so obsessed with you?

    i mean sometimes i think to myself, "man justin you spent a lot of money to look like shit today" though i do often like your fits, what the hell did you do to them to piss them off so much


    He must have posted a pic of him smiling or having fun. Tsk tsk Socal.

    BTW just cut a bunch of firewood wearing tight purple pants and a U-neck tee. What does that mean?
     


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    BTW just cut a bunch of firewood wearing tight purple pants and a U-neck tee. What does that mean?

    you've got the gay
     


  9. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    Oh that's deeeep.

    It's actually quite sad when you think about it, I can't help but feel sorry for the guy with his desperate burning desire for fashion e-fame and recognition.
     


  10. Superb0bo

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    masculine is jeans and a fucking t-shirt, you can't possibly argue that workwear or any other aesthetic is masculine. if anything, workwear is the worst culprit because its skinny dudes trying to channel hard grizzled lumberjack lifestyle by spending hundreds of dollars on a perfect chambray workshirt that will never see a drop of sweat.

    I actually thought the same when I saw a guy at a shop who carries alot of "heritage brands" yesterday. Brand new wwm chambray, brand new jeans and brand new rw. the same guy equally easy could´ve been decked out in raf or something uber preppy.

    So, where does this leave me? Dont know. But I do belive I have a less "fashion" and more "clothes I like" approch to the whole deal.
     


  11. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    One can say the opposite as well.

    i dunno i think i'd be curious about people who want me dead, too
     


  12. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    I've decided that skimping on basics because no one else can tell the difference anyway is the ultimate in what Kiya likes to refer to as peasant status. Mixing and matching applied to all parts of your wardrobe is one thing, but wearing bunch of cheap basics and then flossing with a couple of expensive, high visibility pieces is pretty lame, imo. Basics are the one thing that you really do for yourself, fashionwise. Unless you are close up and personal, no one is going to be able to tell the subtlety in the fabric, construction, wash. Of course, everyone is going to be able to tell that you are wearing a Rick Owens leather, or whatever.

    Second pet peeve: taking care to keep your everyday clothes in good condition is the opposite of cool. You should do that for suits and shoes that you may wear to a wedding or a funeral. Everything else should be unsellable after about a week of wear. They are clothes. They don't deserve to be revered.

    I am going to do yardwork later today in a Rag&Bone MIJ sweatshirt (super comfy), 5EP jeans, a KMW belt, and Common Projects.
     


  13. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    BTW just cut a bunch of firewood wearing tight purple pants and a U-neck tee. What does that mean?


    I'm in the cabin waiting for you to make a fire.
     


  14. Teger

    Teger Stylish Dinosaur

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    I'm in the cabin waiting for you to make a fire.

    and the cabin lacks a fire place.
     


  15. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    I am going to do yardwork later today in a Rag&Bone MIJ sweatshirt (super comfy), 5EP jeans, a KMW belt, and Common Projects.

    Peasant. I'm going to change the oil in my car while wearing my mmm suit.
     


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