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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
This is about to happen in my life too. First love to each other & still good friends but about to get married with one of my best friend
You guys have some messed up friends/relatives. I'm not one for a lot of what makes up alleged Guy Code, but dating a girl that a good friend or relative had something more than a fling with is a no-no.
so which brands of clothing make tops with high armholes?
start list now:
stuff i like
that list is pretty big.
I have the same problem. My feet actually have gotten wider/bigger aswell. Sold trickers, 3 red wings, grensons :/
No more buying structured shoes online. I think I will try some Clarks , like weavers or desert trek, for that insane duck shape foot..
I can really recommend paraboot michael´s ,but I have feeling those wont really fit your look.
2. Zara. Though, like with BB, and probably any other brand, cut varies... Stick MOP buttons on them, and they make pretty good shirts sometimes.
3. Ervell (At least in the past few years).
Maybe from my crappy cellphone. Two cameras in the house. One, my 4 year old broke by mistake. One, my 2 year old broke with enthusiasm.
Anyway, since a few people have asked, I used RIT dye. Lots of salt, and hot water. Immerse the entire thing, then quickly take the bottom part out, and rinse continuously under hot water, wringing out, and then smoothing and repeating, to avoid any tie dyeing effect. All the while, the other part is immersed in the hot dye. Take out, hang upside down, so that dye drips towards the darker part. Allow to dry completely. At this point, if you want a really strong gradient, you should set the whote thing. I, however, did not want a really pronounced gradient, and so instead of setting the dye, washed in cold water, and dried. The result is a pretty striking blue/green that turns into a lighter, and more grey toned color. It's pretty fun.
Latest project - used a bottle of Obenauf's to darken a red Margiela leather to a blood red.
i fuckin hate this but i also think it looks kinda sick (latepass?).
What brand sweatshirt and color would you recommend for dip dye and what color dip dye, hopefully on the cheaper end.
Buy a white sweatshirt and dye it white.
Might actually turn out pretty sweet.
Should revive the DIY thread
yeah I feel really bad for ceoceo, but it sounds like since they're getting married now maybe it was Meant To Be.
The girl my brother married isn't someone I ever had an interest in. I actually dated her best friend through high school, and we were always like brother/sister for as long as I can remember. She was just determined to someday "marry a ____" where ____ is my last name. And I guess she did, just not me
Edit: yes more DIY! Hopefully I'll post up some RRL Jeans I have at my parent's house that I messed up previously and want to try fixing over the weekend.
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