Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. aether

    aether Senior member

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    stunningly beautiful imagery
     


  2. shoreman1782

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    Topic unrelated: so is LN-CC an affiliate now? I asked this in the interview thread but I really sort of hope so. I like that store.

    Maybe fok can answer that as I honestly don't know.
     


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    Japanese really just need to step up their weight game and we wouldn't have these problems.

    or we could...eat healthy stuff?
     


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    GraphicNovelty Senior member

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    Great! I can't wait to kick off my New Balance Heritage line sneaks at the end of a long day chopping timber to jump onto my sweet Ed Hardy bed. Then my fat, bearded life partner can come over and we'll listen to the Beib while he tosses my salad!

    sigged
     


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    muuuust refrain from kopping early spring releases. there will be so, so much more.

    Patience.
     


  6. NefariousSabatour

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    muuuust refrain from kopping early spring releases. there will be so, so much more.

    Patience.

    by the time its nice enough to wear this stuff its already on sale.
     


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    by the time its nice enough to wear this stuff its already on sale.

    Normally true, you're right. Unless those certain pieces you kinda just have to purchase at retail or you risk missing your size..

    torn on a couple pieces that only allow store credit if returned. No refunds....granted it wouldn't hurt to have several hundred dollars in store credit at the place to use as new pieces are received.... which is kind of current mentality..
     


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    by the time its nice enough to wear this stuff its already on sale.

    That's harder to say about S/S, though, because even if the weather warms up a little bit"”45, 50°"”you can layer a lot of these pieces.
     


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    no, it sucks. sell it to me [​IMG]

    ^I'd consider buying too lol

    Tossing and turning. Feel free to PM me and change my mind [​IMG]

    That knit is seriously awesome, love the color. Not enough purple around here.

    This colorway is really good, really good. Better than the other one they released.

    doesn't really look like it would go too well with the rest of your schwag, tonio. I think it's nice, though. I'm pretty sure I'm going to sell my NB hitops and bbball hi's, I know how you feel. I never wear them shits. If you wore that sweater with shredded denim and combat boots, though - that'd be sick.

    That's my only reservation is pairing it well with the other things in my wardrobe. Fit is right on, color is right on, pattern is right on, but styling is what I'm trying to wrap my head around.
     


  10. AR_Six

    AR_Six "Sookie!"

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    I think I'm gonna buy an all saints leather piece just to see if it's viable. If it sucks maybe I'll wash it or treat it or something fun.
    And, done.

    [​IMG]

    We shall see.
     


  11. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    it has nothing to do with that. if you wear your shits hard the crotch will blow out. it's just fabric man. even the most hard wearing fabrics will wear out at stress points.

    so i guess h&m denim is just more durable than $300+ japanese raw denim
     


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    or we could...eat healthy stuff?

    Julius and other Japanese-originated clothing isn't very user friendly for the people who do a fair amount of weightlifting. And I don't mean to sound like that John dude who's always compensating for his big gut by LOL'ing at everyone here for not lifting "real weights like a man." I mean generally the generally athletic build dudes.
     


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    so i guess h&m denim is just more durable than $300+ japanese raw denim

    I had 2 pairs of N&F jeans have a crotch blowout within months, but my H&M denim is going hardcore strong
     


  14. brad-t

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    Julius and other Japanese-originated clothing isn't very user friendly for the people who do a fair amount of weightlifting. And I don't mean to sound like that John dude who's always compensating for his big gut by LOL'ing at everyone here for not lifting "real weights like a man." I mean generally the generally athletic build dudes.

    Julius' market is mostly thin Japanese dudes. No reason to expect they would make stuff for "athletic builds".
     


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    That was my point. Lane seemed to imply that being overweight was the only reason someone couldn't fit into Julius.
     


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