Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
thumbs up if you shop like you fuck: completely lacking discretion and gender associations
Does that make you a pansexual?
I feel like this persona I've been molding is a bad idea considering i post my face all over this site
Still waiting for txt msg from you btw , not sure what you're gonna say anymore tho
#menswear is a sartorial "no homo"
sanded my painted mids with sand paper
would i be able to change the color somehow? with some kind of paint/spray?
I have a total n00b question and I'm pretty sure I know the answer but I need your input
My opening ceremony corduroys say dry clean only. The damn things are just 100% cotton corduroys. Is the dry clean only warning because they are like $350 or something stupid and they don't want you to mess up the shape or fabric by machine washing them?
I feel like there should be no problem washing them on a delicate cycle in cold water with mild detergent..
edit: not worth the trouble
Similar question - I have a 100% cotton Yigal shirt, same deal. It seems to be just a blue shirt with no treatment. I don't dry clean my shirts who am I Romney?
I'd be careful with that since washing shirts can mess up a lot of things - shrink them in strange ways, warp the collar, make them wrinkly in a weird way or mess up the placket, etc.
And thanks gdl, I guess that makes sense. I've washed other pairs of cords tons of times so I guess I might as well do the same with these.
somtimes dry clean only really does mean dry clean only. one of my ervell chambrays said dry clean only, i said fuck that and the color was altered dramatically. still looked cool, but fabric and color lost a bit of the sheen. the chambray does naturally fade like a denim which i like but i did also like the very bright cornfield blue it had when i first got it. ymmv.
right back at you mac daddy tween_spirit
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