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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    That's the shit he doesn't wear? What the hell
     
  2. ThomasC

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    Just curious, can you state that the crystal deodorant really works, and works all day? I've thought about it a million times, but have never pulled the trigger.

    Yes, it does work very well for me and it lasts all day. Fortunately, I do not sweat heavily underneath the arms like some guys do. For me, the best feature of the crystal deodorant is the fact that it does not cause yellow stains on my dress shirts so I can wear A-shirts without being concerned about stains.
     
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    Can someone explain this shit to me?



    In what? The microwave?


    Maybe it means take it out immediately and hang it to dry? IDK.
     
  5. wEstSidE

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    I don't think the structure of the forum lends itself to 'the charm of ugliness'. If some guy asks for HALP FIRST TIME HERE STYLE ADVICE PLEASE no way I'm gonna recommend Wallies, old school Cox creepers, paisley scarves, etc. even though I like them.

    And of course most of the clothes we buy are going to look unbearably ugly in a couple years, why try to speed up the process?

    you got hands on George cox? THAT'S OG URAHARA SHIT SON. son hook me up with cox x bape that shit was craze
     
  6. wEstSidE

    wEstSidE Senior member

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    do BW x Campers count as charmingly ugly? those pants are so cool tween. built in pant roll[​IMG]
    absolutely. and the raf x asic i'm sad i slept. yo i'm this close 2 buying maharisihi sno pant. bringing that shit back to 06 son. might catch me in the nbhd savage jeans, mmj tshirt, bapex .word to 06 word to J word to scottm i should change my username to Ghost of '06
     
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    the shah Senior member

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    Need to get my hurr did. And possible the awzum beard too options are flowing+stubble, medium+stubble->bigchin, verylong+stubble basically, i want to have fireworks here are some of my attempts so far [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG] will wear raf skirt with new style of choice [​IMG]
     
  10. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    Gitman.

    [​IMG]


    Dude, Gitman has some amazing prints coming F/W. Dragonfly print = instakop
     
  11. A Fellow Linguist

    A Fellow Linguist Senior member

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    Dude, Gitman has some amazing prints coming F/W. Dragonfly print = instakop

    link?
     
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    In a sense, it's really not surprising that they haven't been profitable all this time. Back when they were actually selling discounted surplus, their margins couldn't have been much at all. Add to that all the referrals they forked over (even if just credited as part of their marketing/advertising budget) and it's even tighter.

    But they've definitely changed since they started out. I got onto Gilt for the first time in months and was surprised to see it more of a discount store than the "limited time, limited stock" approach, especially since brands started making stock specifically for them.

    Hopefully it doesn't turn out to yet another outlet retail experience.


    I fear that this will be the case. Ultimately, their big problem is that they literally cannot score enough good merchandise. If they really want to stay true to the meaning of the word gilt they can probably only have 50-100 sample sales per year. With so few sales there is no way that they could support the startup and overhead costs necessary to run such an operation. On the plus side, I've always wanted to be able to shop the Nordstrom Rack online.
     
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    That's the shit he doesn't wear? What the hell

    That is whats killing me. What a collection
     
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    Gitman.

    [​IMG]


    I just threw up a little in my mouth when I saw this.
     
  15. hobojones

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    I just threw up a little in my mouth when I saw this.
    U DONT LIKE SHROOMS AND RABBiTS?? i don't either.
     
  16. macuser3of5

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    If it were just mushrooms I would cop immediately. Rabbits give me a pause.
     
  17. hobojones

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    IDK MAN, mushrooms would be giving me the pause if you know what i mean ......

    ya i like the rabbits tho
    fucking rabbits and shit on my shirt OH YA.



    i dont understand these babby whimsical prints
    but i am a boring guy ):
     
  18. Makeshift_Robot

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    you got hands on George cox? THAT'S OG URAHARA SHIT SON. son hook me up with cox x bape that shit was craze

    British Boot Co has a 'vintage creeper' section online. Not sure where they get them, maybe Cox x Bape will pop up (the sawtooth loafers right?).

    Who/what is urahara, google is showing me an anime guy wearing a Geller bucket hat.
     
  19. macuser3of5

    macuser3of5 Senior member

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    You could also get John Moore/Casely-Hayford and go a little weird with it:

    [​IMG]
     
  20. g transistor

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    Any of you guys commute to work/school via bike a lot? How do you like it? I do a lot of riding on trails so road biking is pretty easy for me, but next year I'm living off campus and am thinking of biking to school everyday. It'd be a 6 mile ride one way, and I'd have to be up at 6 AM to be to class and work on time, ride home around 5:30ish. Wary of riding on the road here cause Atl has terrible biking infrastructure, especially since my particular area has narrow lanes about 75% of my route.

    Just scared of getting doored and having my head run over by a UPS truck [​IMG]
     
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