Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
do you really have an undercover hooded parka? or are you trolling
how do you feel about your sketchers or your prada backpack?
Hah, Tween got it. No, I don't have an Undercover parka (damn, I wish). I changed a line from Clueless. Why does it not surprise me that Tween picked that up right away?
really genuine guy, passionate about his work. Atelier bought his collection for next season, and he was there hand delivering it. When I met him he thought I worked at Atelier, lollol.
10 things I hate about you
edit: I was tempted to just post "but I love my SNS Stark" but had a feeling it would instead just lead to the merits / lack of / hype / etc conversation again
^Blarghh! you're right, 10TIHAY, not Clueless. They're all jumbled up in my head. I feel weirdly ashamed of having made that mistake.
Should be more weirdly ashamed you have an abbreviation for 10 things I hate about you at your fingertips
Well, not like it's hard to come up with. First letter represents the word, like any acronym.
I think context/environment is the most overlooked factor on this forum, which is excusable for kids still living with their parents or just starting out but not for everyone else. Look at guys like Mello and Artishard or previously posters like Berlin Report and RyeGB and you see a continuity of their style in their homes and their style fits the cities they are in. Too many dudes wearing one aesthetic and living another. Look at your surroundings, your job, your friends and take notes...
surroundings may make a certain aesthetic more 'believable' in the context of a WAYWT post but it really shouldn't have a bearing on how you choose to dress.
Some may disagree but I think if you have an actual personal style, as opposed to just trying to imitate something, it tends to be an extension of your existing, and real, personality.
I guess you can make a counterpoint to this and say not all goth ninja kids are brooding, post apocalyptic vagrants but whatever
I used to have a 1988 BMW 528e. It was slow as shit but I loved that car. It was invincible. I ran it up to 194k miles before selling it.
I can't stand to look at this photo.
how can you tell its a 1988 bmw by that pic? impressive nonetheless
Seats, A-pillar, door handles, mirror, etc. A man never forgets his first e28
you may have heard I'm a bit of a car obsessive
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