Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
Now, there's a trainwreck I can get behind.
poorly folded pocket square + a pen + some shit on the lapel + an ugly bowtie + unbuttoned cuffs + bizarre jacket pocket setup + unbuckled monkstrap
hahaaha jesus christ.
unbuttoned folded cuff so as to accidentally show the watch
+ sockless + cropped jeans.
Now that guy has athletic thighs should seek help in athletic guy threak.
Also wondering when people are going to snap out of it and realize that monks are heinous looking.
nobody mentioned the heavy frames....and SELVEDGE GAIZZZZZZ
speaking of train wrecks...saw these two guidos at the coffee shop today. i actually cracked a smile when i saw them.
cheap sunglasses with huge logo (polo at that)...check
one guy had a 7fam colourful shirt under a chunky knit, shirt was unbuttoned 3 or 4 buttons down with a "pepper" pendant
other guy had a grey tee that was 3 sizes too small.
jeans with logos on pocket...check
after they left the waitresses gathered and starting making fun of them lol. she said they smelled like baby powder. i told them to let me know if i ever get that douchey
If I never see a pair of double monks again I'd be happy.
What is that guy's ethnicity??
i think nobd has a great pair of suede double monks and they are great
I'm not saying double monks themselves are necessarily bad, its just the grail like hype #streetwear put on them.
I don't like flapped patch pockets myself but there is certainly nothing "bizarre" about them
Oh my god. What's a neat #menswear blog I can look at? I need to dive into this, I didn't realize the unbuttoned cuff/single unstrapped monk thing was real. I give people too much credit sometimes.
Ok, then what should I read.
Last two books read:
De quel tremblement de terre... (Jean Louis Schefer): I don't think his work was translated in english.
In praise of shadows (Junichiro Tanizaki)
Vertigo (W.G. Sebald)
hahaha the icing on the cake is the caran d'ache pen is coordinated to the PS trim
I hope he has one in every color for that purpose
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