Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
part of me wants to start a fashion blog but another, larger part recoils in disgust at the thought
that disgusting recoil has resulted in your current blog
Be on my team
It's all happening I swear!
uh my tumblr with like 15 followers and 0 posts in the last 6 months is fucking awesome thank you very much
+1 someone is telling me that too -- starting a menswear blog but all they're doing right now is reblogging -- not sure what's happening
I was excited cause i thought you already had a follower but it was just the staff.tumbler
Anyone else find the BR undershirts well-fitting and nice for the most part, and you can usually pick them up for 24-40% off + free shipping? So $11 a shirt.
Bought one off B&S for $10 3+ months ago and it still going strong. Been wanting to go back and buy again, but been holding back.
Small fits perfectly. Some dudes probably think it is too short though since they like to sag their denim a bit. And I do not think sizing up will be a problem to get that extra length. It drapes nicely without flaring at the waist. Basing this on my own size, 150lb/5'10, as I know the average dude on here is probably stick thin though =\
But for the price point, it is damn comfy, retains its shape, tts, and readily available.
In comparison to AA and other mall brands, it is really good. I've owned my fair share of such brands of the lower market value, and can say BR really beats the tee's by a large margin.
BR calls it their essential tee's:
i used to wear a lot of br tshirts (like 4-5 years ago) but i always found the sleeves too short, was really annoying.
haha yeah, they're mostly just there as placeholders because I'm going to focus primarily on the main blog at postmenswearism.com
I'll stop talking about it though until I have some actual content up. But teger if you want to make fun of the state of #menswear with me then give me a shout! We can be angry on the internet together
ok i will actually do that
this is the only "flaw" I have experienced.
if you are an active person though, i am not sure if that is really a problem.
i guess you can go as far as saying 'bro status'
but for the most part, i enjoy wearing it under shirts or lounge in.
why start a fashion blog or a menswear blog specifically though ? unless you have tons of awesome and original content, why not just start a blog with fashion posts among other stuff ?
so much hype
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