Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. AR_Six

    AR_Six "Sookie!"

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    (Nauseatingly awesome detail pics)
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    shoreman1782 Senior member

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    PP, do you have a blog or tumblr or something?

    No homo
     


  3. Cool The Kid

    Cool The Kid Senior member

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    jet is getting paid to push NB on here

    Only explanation
     


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    PinkPantser Senior member

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    ha, nope; someday though
     


  5. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    I wrote an entire paragraph on why new balances are dope which probably resulted in the pos server crashing when I clicked submit.

    Disagree with the NB love, gotta agree with the comment about the POS server. Not the most enjoyable way of spending the middle of the night, helping fix that issue.

    I tried to get into NBs, I really did. They used to have lots of the Made in England limited editions at The Tannery in some cool colors back when I lived in Cambridge, and I think there are a pair of the brick red ones lying around somewhere. Just never really got into them...
     


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    tonio028 Senior member

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    Disagree with the NB love, gotta agree with the comment about the POS server. Not the most enjoyable way of spending the middle of the night, helping fix that issue.

    I tried to get into NBs, I really did. They used to have lots of the Made in England limited editions at The Tannery in some cool colors back when I lived in Cambridge, and I think there are a pair of the brick red ones lying around somewhere. Just never really got into them...


    I think the brick red ones are nice. I don't mind them necessarily meaning I don't agree with the huge hate about them on SF, but I'm just generally not a fan personally since I wouldn't be able to find a place for them in my style (too chunky/clunky for my slimmer hem pants), although I used to rock the hell out of my grey pair back in High School. I prefer slim profile sneakers anymore so that's the main reason.

    I have seen them styled nicely though, but the masses of baby boomers and unstylish men out there rocking them with dad jeans with huge bottoms and super long hems sloppily sitting on them is an image that always comes to mind when I even start thinking of giving them another shot. I liken it to my dislike of North Face.
     


  7. phoenixrecon

    phoenixrecon Senior member

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    ive found ive grown un interested in the street wear side of me and more and more interested in MC.

    but still not stogy old MC. Youthful MC. Its funny because my street wear draws heavily from 1950s and 1960s styling and now my MC is doing the same.
     


  8. tonio028

    tonio028 Senior member

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    Oh and PP, nice detail shots right there. Great stuff.

    ive found ive grown un interested in the street wear side of me and more and more interested in MC.

    but still not stogy old MC. Youthful MC. Its funny because my street wear draws heavily from 1950s and 1960s styling and now my MC is doing the same.


    If you need a hand in your transition, tonio is there for 'ya.
     


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    phoenixrecon Senior member

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    i could always use a handy
     


  10. hendrix

    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    lol.

    He would be so happy that his persona is working this well.


    lol, it would be so crazy if he really was one big fake

    i am known to be extremely gullible though.

    my friend took these macros of my stuff for some design project, thought i'd share since it's not something you can see in waywt pics

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    that is awesome
    Disagree with the NB love, gotta agree with the comment about the POS server. Not the most enjoyable way of spending the middle of the night, helping fix that issue.

    I tried to get into NBs, I really did. They used to have lots of the Made in England limited editions at The Tannery in some cool colors back when I lived in Cambridge, and I think there are a pair of the brick red ones lying around somewhere. Just never really got into them...



    I tried too. What's weird is that i kinda like some old adidas. Like these i saw a few days ago:

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    i think they're called adidas night jogger or something
     


  11. sq4you

    sq4you Mid-level baller

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    faust is 'average' height like scott m is 5'7
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    2) Faust isn't blonde or weinery looking, he is also pretty short (like 5'4-5" or so, like scottm). I'm 5'8" so there is no fuckling way any of those guys are like 5'7" or some shit. The things you read on the internet.
    uhh fuuma, scottm is 5'7 - 5'8, why wouldn't you believe him?
    [​IMG] at fluctuating height.i remember him saying his height was 5'6 "on a good day." that must mean its 5'4 on bad days and 5'5 on average?
    you all did this...
    that concept/blog is pretty dumb. in what industry are services and products NOT dictated by consumer demand? PinkPanster: those pics are awesome. i'm trying to up my texture game
     


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    tonio028 Senior member

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    i could always use a handy

    It all starts with finding some nice, well fitting pants, and a good pair of shoes. No need to dive into the super expensive. MC B&S would be the way to go for you to get your feet wet. Given my smaller frame and shoe size, finding anything for me personally other than the occassional Mabitex/Incotex pants has a very low success rate.
     


  13. hendrix

    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    [​IMG] at fluctuating height.i remember him saying his height was 5'6 "on a good day." that must mean its 5'4 on bad days and 5'5 on average?

    who cares?

    that concept/blog is pretty dumb. in what industry are services and products NOT dictated by consumer demand?

    true, but that doesn't stop it from being funny
     


  14. GraphicNovelty

    GraphicNovelty Senior member

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    if you're tired and stressed your posture is worse and you don't stand up as straight.
     


  15. sq4you

    sq4you Mid-level baller

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    if you're tired and stressed your posture is worse and you don't stand up as straight.

    thats like a black person saying "when i'm sick and dehydrated, my skin tone lightens so i'm kind of white"
     


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