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

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  1. snake

    snake Distinguished Member

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    So how many leathers you got now?
     


  2. toothsomesound

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    man how do you get away with three button down shirts?
     


  3. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    isnt a leather duffle obnoxious for traveling? Steezy but heavy

    Not when there's not much in it. Mine expands (in a way), also, which is nice. But yeah, they're much better for car trips. Hoofing it through multiple airports is pretty obnoxious with a duffle. We have the technology! To put wheels on boxes.
     


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    man how do you get away with three button down shirts?

    I did this almost all of last year for work. It was repetitive and I think a bit psychologically demoralizing, but I did it. Then again, I rarely had extra money for my casual wardrobe, so investing more in my work wardrobe was a real reach.

    I don't think it's a problem to have a disproportionate casual to work wardrobe if you prefer the latter. But if I were nn, I'd probably forgo a leather purchase and buy a couple of extra "work" shirts, just to not feel like it's Groundhog Day.
     


  5. nicelynice

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    man how do you get away with three button down shirts?
    Six, actually, three are in the wash .. wear 2-3 times with an undershirt, then wash. All brooks bros. non-iron. I have a couple N. Hoolywood dress shirts for special occasions (VIPs and when they film my TV show). Two summer suits, two winter suits (just put in storage, along with my winter coats and knits).. and that's it..
     


  6. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    TIP: to embed Youtube clips, put only the encoded part of the Youtube URL, e.g. eBGIQ7ZuuiU between the tags. They look terrible, imo.

    Noob.
    Six, actually, three are in the wash .. wear 2-3 times with an undershirt, then wash. All brooks bros. non-iron. I have a couple N. Hoolywood dress shirts for special occasions (VIPs and when they film my TV show). Two summer suits, two winter suits (just put in storage, along with my winter coats and knits).. and that's it..
    Essplain
     


  7. melonadejello

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    I am quite sorry to inform you that this is not an appropriate usage of this image.
    Please play again.
     


  8. A Fellow Linguist

    A Fellow Linguist Distinguished Member

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    Cords are alright with me. Might pick up some APC petite standard cords.
     


  9. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    Who is this clown?
     


  10. kwoyeu

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    ^ can't blame him [​IMG]


    RFT: After seeing these three tres bien fit pics side by side I kind of see why synthese thinks that in general PS is the most flattering cut (and perhaps NC is the worst!) but could it be due to the model's proportions?
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    I wonder if someone's seen a set of e-store fit pics like these where PS actually looks worse than (say) NS, and can point me to them. That would be interesting.
    In this case I think it's pretty clear that PS > NS >>>> NC
     


  11. aeglus

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    that's a really, really creepy thread
     


  12. Hot Dog Day #49

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    yeah ps is the best cut, ns is second, nc has that weird flare.

    the model looks weird in every pic though, i've never seen apc fit that way he is either very very thin or is wearing tts?
     


  13. nicelynice

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    Essplain
    I have a REALLY shitty bi-monthly program that broadcasts in Sendai and I think Yamagata where myself and a Japanese anchor investigate something local and semi-famous, he explains it while I "ooh and ahh" over it. Like "Evening Magazine" from Seattle, if you've seen that. Last episode was a horror writer who had a house full of anime sex figurines, pretty disgusting. It's not something I enjoy, the program is asinine and I don't like having people recognize me on the street, but my coworkers get a kick out it and I get a couple days off a month to film it. I've had a few offers from national networks to be on TV shows, but the pay is terrible and the work is boring.
     


  14. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    My Grandma watches similar shows to keep up her Japanese. Do you get to ball out of control on air? I like that you are the awestruck white guy though
     


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    ITT: a bunch of angry, corduroy wearing nerds.

    So much for the Style Forum.


    ok mr patrick bateman avatar.
     


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