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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Seattle is a cool city but as an already-depressed person it actually almost killed me.

    Certainly you can wear leather stuff, just take care of it. And carry an umbrella.
     
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  2. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    lol
    wear your normal stuff and you will be fine
     
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  3. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    nvm
     
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  4. DesignerValet

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    Can't argue with this. SL is sloppier than DH, with less tailoring. The shoes and accessories (probably the most Dior-esque parts of SL) are still excellent, in my book.



    This. I seem to like SL in spite of myself; it certainly doesn't really match the rest of my wardrobe.
     
  5. DividedWay

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    Seattle rain is really light 90% of the time. Normal clothes are more than fine.
     
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  6. hoodyear

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    Ugh I want all the new Schneider on SP. [​IMG] All of it.
     
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  7. pickpackpockpuck

    pickpackpockpuck Senior member

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    I keep seeing that SL editorial with Tadanobu Asano (def had to google that name) in the clothes and I just don't think he looks cool at all. The varsity looks so out of place on him, at least to me. Some of the other shots are plain awkward (that tiny cropped peak lapel jacket over the flannel...) It's clothes for kids (ideally mantis-thin ones) to play dress up. On adults I just don't see it working very well.
     
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    sipang Senior member

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    I like him better in Undercover



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  9. kindofyoung

    kindofyoung Senior member

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    unrelated: the guy who made Misfits will make a series about Atlantis [​IMG]
     
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  10. superego

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    lol, dude, jfc...you're not prepping for a move to waterworld. summers are 75, sunny and breezy, so no adjustment needed. winters are overcast and drizzly pretty much all the time. think you're fine keeping what you've got and simply picking up some kind of hooded rain jacket. like my marmot , but arcteryx makes higher end rain gear as well. hit rei or the arcteryx flagship store when you get here
     
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    pickpackpockpuck Senior member

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    RFT: CdG should sell shirts and pants with random patches of velcro loops all over. Then they should separately sell patches in different fabrics with the velcro hooks on the underside. That way you can make your own patchwork shirt/pants and don't have to buy different ones. No wait. Don't tell anyone. I'm going to email Junya and make a million dollars.
     
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  12. cyc wid it

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    For some reason, my basic Balmain tees have held up better than any other brand...
     
  13. jet

    jet Senior member

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    ^are they oversize with a big neck opening? need more tees like that only have one geller
     
  14. Krish the Fish

    Krish the Fish Senior member

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    I'm interested as well (re: Balmain tees cyc)...
     
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    cyc wid it Senior member

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    Mine (crew neck) don't have a particularly large neck opening. They do make shirts with a large opening though. I don't even remember where they were from... Aloha Rag 3 pack maybe? They don't seem to be in stock anymore... they're old.

    Looks like this shape wise:
    http://www.balmain.com/en/shop/d-tee-shirt-pack-de-3-homme-balmain/

    They fit large.
     
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  16. jet

    jet Senior member

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    i require
    -long body
    -big neck opening w/thin neck ribbing
    -non silent short sleeves
    -nice cotton

    this doesn't exist
     
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    Why don't you make the "jet" shirt? I'd buy one
     
  18. jet

    jet Senior member

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    you know i been toying with doing a basics clothing line ie tees, jeans, simple button ups and knits, i have the connections and it can be done in LA

    maybe some day, would be nice if regular peeps could walk into a nordstrom and find something they actually need and would wear instead of all the current garbage they sell
     
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    of everywhere in the us, at least as production is concerned, la seems like the place to be to do that sort of thing.

    all them messicans
     
  20. DLester

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    i have been looking for this t exactly with no luck.

    I would buy JetBrand tshirt with these specs
     
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