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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    also i dunno how you dudes thrift clothing. i go to a LOT of thrift stores but unfortunately because i'm not 5'7 and 300 lbs im always out of luck
     
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    everytime I see this I get very sad.

    now people can attempt the junya without going bankrupt! it is genius and made for Mikey! The old Shades stuff actually fit nice too but I haven't tried anything on in a few years.
     
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  3. pickpackpockpuck

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    The Dries shirt I got has such a bizarre cut. Shoulder seams hit right, but then the chest is H U G E. Looks like a poncho. It's like it was cut with extra fabric deliberately with the intention of the buyer having it tailored. Fabric is awesome though so rather than return it I am just gonna get it tailored. Shouldn't cost too much. I should send the leftovers to kgmessier so he can make a tiny shirt (if you haven't seen his second life of a jacket thread you should check it out).
     
  4. the shah

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    this is fascinating, tell me more
     
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    I think you have him confused with NOBD, both have young daughters.
     
  6. pickpackpockpuck

    pickpackpockpuck Senior member

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    I just meant there is far too much volume. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear to have been designed to be worn this way—it really just looks like a formless, ill-fitting shirt. Luckily the shoulders fit appropriately, so it should be salvageable. Even with the alterations it's a good deal, so I'm not particularly upset.


    Ah, yes, you're right. My bad. That thread is incredible though. Wish I had those sort of skills.
     
  7. the shah

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    i meant wear it like a poncho and show pic. pm if necessary :embar:
     
  8. pickpackpockpuck

    pickpackpockpuck Senior member

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    Haha. Alright. Pic will have to wait a bit as shirt/camera are at home.

    In other news, still recovering from dinner last night: brandade de morue; duck breast; tarte tatin; lots and lots of wine...some pleasures are worth their pain
     
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    Biggskipp = so creepy
     
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    OK Miran
     
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    damnit now i want to do this to a flannel. cut the inside of the arms and the sides of the body, and stitch it back together into a poncho and wear with only the top button buttoned. next level cholo steez :slayer:
     
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    Don't forget those North Face jackets dude. Every girl has the exact same one. WTF?
     
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    Robinson Crusoe steez.
     
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    Well that's not really fair. Haven't both posted photos on here with their daughters or at least mentioned them? Not like Biggskipp dug through their trash to bring these revelations to Styleforum.
     
  17. bows1

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    Sorry forgot this part of that (10)
     
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    wut.

    :D
     
  20. snowmanxl

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    are you the Ssense model nil?
    just admit it :laugh:
     
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