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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. thekunk07

    thekunk07 Senior member

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    i guess jet's bill-gates provided hand cranked pc doesn't have search box
     
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    RegisDB9 Rico Suave

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    Uniqlo? I thought you'd be in these RO linen blends kunk

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    Also surprised to see these linen Incotex for such a nice price in a full run on Mr Porter seeing as prints are popular round here

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    Mr. Moo Senior member

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    theres no white available there

    commando nut breeze is the way to go
     
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    RegisDB9 Rico Suave

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    Good to see some fellow SF members enjoy the "nut breeze"

    You haven't lived until you've tried some silk or viscose though
     
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    elastic waists are just never comfy.
     
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    I won't go that far, but I will say I am baffled by guys who prefer boxer briefs, or worse, regular briefs, and worse still, who justify it by saying they "need support."

    You don't have boobs. You have balls, and they need breathing room.
     
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    i have boobs.

    also, i wear boxer briefs 90% of the time, i hate boxers. commando or boxer briefs for me
     
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    Whoa.. 100% linen and comparably priced to uniqlo? Sold. Wonder if they stock it at the SF Muji will have to check it out. Didn't even know we had one until I drove past it on the way home from work.

    Anyone know someone that makes cheap (I.e. fast fashion prices) full linen t-shirts? Would not mind some of those ;p

    Edit: Boxer briefs are for sure the future but now.
     
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    RegisDB9 Rico Suave

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    Coincidentally Seinfeld's "The Chinese Woman" is on right now on tbs

    "I am out there Jerry and I'm loving every minute of it"
     
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    iirc unqilo has linen tees
     
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    Yar have a bunch but they are only like 40% linen or something along those lines. Cotton/linen blend like the pants. Still nice and happy I own them especially in the wine color, but definitely have a hard on for linen so 100% linen has that fetish-scraping appeal for me.

    Maybe Muji has something I'll look deeper in their webstore.
     
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    i love those airism tees so much, perfect length and cut, i wear them instead of rick most days
     
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    Are the airism the poly ones?
     
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    ill look at the label when i get a second but they are comfy as hell
     
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    Airism is the poly/spandex blend

    I wear them as undershirts, but quite and a bit sheer thin by itself.. wife wore one hiking once and didn't realize how rude it was until afterwards
     
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    the white are a bit sheer but i don't find the black to be
     
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    This has nothing to do with fashion (sorry Fuuma), but since we have a lot of Scandinavian and Finnish posters that check up on this thread pretty frequently, I figured I'd pose some questions they might be able to address pretty well:

    I'm beginning to plan for a month-long solo backpacking trip through those weird northern countries whose languages I don't understand at all, and I was hoping I could get some recommendations on landmarks, social activities, you name it. Trip won't be until next year—March or a bit later. I don't really intend to sleep in hostels for the most part (I'd bring a good tent, a sleeping bag, and an insulating pad for the ground), so I'll hopefully save money on shelter that way. Mainly I just want some bitchingly awesome nature and a good time with the locals. I'm also still trying to figure out whether I should make my way through all of the Scandinavian countries (plus Finland), or if I should just pick one or two to see.

    I don't really want to derail the thread, so please PM your thoughts if you'd like to share them with me. :satisfied:
     
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    I personally would be interested in seeing discussion on Scandinavian recommendations as well. Another thread is fine too, but in all likelihood if I ever visit those places myself I'll remember there was good discussion about it here and hunt that shit down.
     
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