Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
i played the game
It's not just whether you played the game, but how you played it.
I'm just gonna leave this right here
Yeah, things like banking pale in comparison
Bought two SS mohair scarves from SW during the summer. Now that it's cold enough to wear them, I just realized that I have no idea how to rock them. The problem I'm finding is that they're really thick and not too long. A basic Parisian knot definitely doesn't work. Any ideas?
last fit or two i posted featured ss mohair they are pretty easy to drape no ? i like the curling ends adds a nice touch
i think snake has them too or alpaca ones
20F today random t shirt +shirts + sweatshirt+ leather bomber = still too cold
I guess it's about time to get them heattechs
Knots are overrated, all about that drape
All about the faliero stole, and the ss one just wrap that shit around like a pimp.
Huh! I guess I never went so far as to consider blogs as journalism. Rather, I see them simply as entertainment, especially related to men's fashion. I like to think I'm smart enough to decide whether or not I like a product (it is, after all, just a product) regardless of whether the blogger paid for it or not. I suppose we could care about the kids who live and die by hype, but when has that been a concern of ours?
Ah, you guys don't knot them, huh? I'll give the drape a shot.
You can't knot a Schneider scarf ! Where I live, it's against the law.
is this cuff and collar stain removal bar at J.Crew any good? Is there something better on the market that won't damage shirt collars and stained pits?
did Foo post and edit here, or just simply post an ellipsis?
He's my favourite internet hero.
wear them like a cape! or a shawl...i was wearing a heavy shawl collar knit today and wrapping my ss gray colorblock scarf around neck inside of collar was not successful. wore it shawl style/drape style
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