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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. jet

    jet Senior member

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    don't worry guys the epaulet thread is its own self contained dimension, nobody who regularly posts in there actually belongs to sf

    after reading some bad reviews on the quality of late model halliburton think i'm going to go with the b&r, just don't know if I should get the one with the blazer/suit hanger or not though I am leaning in that direction

    fuuma and fok what's a good price? the carry on i'm looking at is around 450 before discounts so around 400 or so is that about right? i like the shoe sleeves fosho
     
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    eagerly await kingjulian burning man waywt
     
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    What I imagine would have happened if I had posted what I was originally going to write:


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  5. jet

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    can't stand spinning casters bro they're so vile
     
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    I've considered making a new account multiple times because I fucking hate this username, but I'm waiting for the right moment.
     
  7. jet

    jet Senior member

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    you do realize you can have your sn changed
     
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    No, I didn't. Why didn't you tell me this sooner you jerk.
     
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    jet Senior member

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    i wanted you to suffer
     
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    i just sold a lot of my (pre-weight-loss) clothes. although most were more than 6 years old, i feel strange like i've lost something of myself. am i just being irrational?
     
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    So that is what a 13 year old dressed up in a college professors clothes look like.
     
  12. Find Finn

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    How about a Globetrotter?
     
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    learn to let go
     
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    :( the raf Simons chesterfield doesn't fit
     
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    that sounds interesting, pics?
     
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    if that's the fit pic i think it looks pretty good like that :)
     
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    Not sure if anyone else cares about the Patagonia Legacy Collection, but I emailed them and got some pricing info.

    The Diamond Quilt Pullover will be $199, Stand Up Pants $129, All Wear Down Jacket $249, Wool Bombachas $199, Summit Pack $100, Post Foamback Cagoule $350, Quilt Again Vest $199.

    I didn't ask about the alphiniste sweater, retro x jacket, or stand up jeans. Pricing is more expensive than I predicted for most of the items, but I'm still excited about it.
     
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    keep the chesterfield, bro. looks really good
     
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    Will have to see it. If the items are just normal pata items with old style labels, then those prices are a little crazy. If they're more interesting/legit different, I'd consider paying, esp for a nicer pair of stand up pants.
     
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