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

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  1. Teger

    Teger Stylish Dinosaur

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    the problem is that the stark is too long for him. it only works if you have a really long torso or have no hips/ass, so it can fall straight. you can see the extra length in the sleeve. it's just not a well put together outfit... a different color shirt would look much better.
     


  2. StanleyVanBuren

    StanleyVanBuren Thumb Raider

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    I would like to see this
     


  3. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    ^ Co-signed. Need "passive" Lane fit pics ASAP.

    My only critiques of the NYR fit are that a) he maybe could've sized down on the Stark (he could take care of the slight bulging at the bottom just by undoing one more button) and b) he could hem the pants (although I think they look good with at least some sort of cuff because of the taped seams).

    Don't SW&D-ers tend to post RP fit pics, too? It doesn't seem like an MC-specific issue, or even necessarily a problem. I mostly post nowadays when I get something new, because otherwise I just wear the same thing everyday.
     


  4. Teger

    Teger Stylish Dinosaur

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    it's a different feel in SW&D.
     


  5. Meis

    Meis Distinguished Member

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    it's always hard to tell how something really fits when all you have is one still photo... I think the stark fits fine, it looks like it just rode up a bit before he took the picture. If he pulled it down that'd take care of the slight bulging and I bet it'd look fine.
     


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    His pose is making the fit with the stark super awkward. I don't think there's anything wrong with the clothes.
     


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    Yea, I think there are definitely more offensive posters on SF to rag on. The only sleazy thing he's ever really done, to my knowledge, was post semi-NSFW pics of his wife to win a contest. And the move was a borderline stroke of genius, anyways
     


  8. Vashin

    Vashin Distinguished Member

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    Went home for Chinese New Years, found this pic of my Dad.

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    circa 1977.

    Dat HEEL
     


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    g transistor Distinguished Member

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    Japanese brands are so fun. From the inside of my nonnative parka:

    "Groups with high cultural status like to keep 'in fashion' to display their position. Because keeping 'in fashion' often requires considerable amounts of money, fashion can be used to show off wealth. Fuck all this. Modern fast-paced change in fashion embodies many of the negative aspects of capitalism; it results in waste and and encourages people to buy things unnecessarily. Choose what you really need and use the rest of your time and money for 'real' experiences."

    It's funny, I bought the parka so that I could look fabulous while doing field work in the Okefenokee and GA barrier islands this spring.
     


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    isnt nonnative an expensive brand tho? :confused:
     


  11. Biggskip

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    ^Lord, yes!
     


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    Should I kop instead of Givenchy

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  14. ceoceo

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    ^ But I can't see the logo
     
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    It's gonna make you look more bad ass than anything from Givenchy
     


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