Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. DeadDJ

    DeadDJ Senior member

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    How about the seemingly 1:1 Raf replica collegiate crewneck that said "Nebraska" on it?

    That said, I still want the "Impossible to Ignore" icepick crewneck.
     
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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    Also the margiela MIT sweatshirt http://lbosquejo.blogspot.com/2008/1...ess-of_18.html

    I've always found MMM's more "out-there" pieces -- most of the stuff in this article -- interesting from a technical and artistic perpective but utterly unappealing as actual clothes.
     
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    ah yes, also known as 'everything self edge sells' [​IMG]

    Oh no you didn't just insult self edge/kiya, did you? Awww shit
     
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    my way of dealing with annoying buyers from now on.

    my response:

    eat a dick
     
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    So, I have lots of friends who could care less about what they wear. The rail-thin fellows (5'10--6', 150 ish lbs) both wear 32 and 33 inch waist pants. What's the deal with this? I'm heavier than them and wear a smaller waist. If I got a pair of pants two inches too big, they would be uncomfortable and really really ill fitting. What's the deal with this?
     
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    That's generally how they think pants "fit". I wore shoes two sizes too big until about 4 years ago because I thought that was just how it was
     
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    That's generally how they think pants "fit". I wore shoes two sizes too big until about 4 years ago because I thought that was just how it was

    Pants I can understand, but shoes? That could not have been comfortable. At all [​IMG]
     
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    STOP with the dumpy middle-aged dad look.

    Yo this is the new hotness, get on it
     
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    So, I have lots of friends who could care less about what they wear. The rail-thin fellows (5'10--6', 150 ish lbs) both wear 32 and 33 inch waist pants. What's the deal with this? I'm heavier than them and wear a smaller waist. If I got a pair of pants two inches too big, they would be uncomfortable and really really ill fitting. What's the deal with this?

    I'm 6'5", <160 lbs. and wear a size 32 APC New Standard. Some people just have different body shapes.
    Unless you mean that their pants are quite obviously too large for them.
     
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    Lookbook.nu is such a good idea. Too bad it's overrun with, well, you know, people who just noticed their reflection for the first time and want to share their findings with the world
     
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    Lookbook.nu is such a good idea. Too bad it's overrun with, well, you know, people who just noticed their reflection for the first time and want to share their findings with the world

    used to be pretty sweet, but i dislike most of the fits nowadays. most of the ones that get hyped/propped are because the person is attractive
     
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    it was awesome when it was invite only. sucks now.

    i'm working on developing a lookbook-style section for my site. obviously none of you guys will find it useful, but it will be cool for my niche.
     
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