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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. Fuuma

    Fuuma Senior member

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    Yeah, pretty much.
     
  2. Mr. Moo

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    None of this looks good.
     
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  3. diniro

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    ones w black pants look good
     
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    luxire Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Jacket & Vest in Dugdale Blue Textured Plain 8937

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    @luxire , I don't see how that relates to this thread at all.
     
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  6. NaTionS

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    Renzo Rosso has the Margiela stitches tattooed on his back.

    @RegisDB9 where's your dedication?
     
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  7. AlexInExile

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    Does anyone know how to size the Siki Im Guidi's? Typical Guidi sizing or not? I'm trying to figure out what would fit a 43..
     
  8. HalFisher

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    The importance of T-Shirts in society. The most common item in any closet. Soft, comfortable, easy to move in and they look good, go with anything. Some of my favorites are Bokara t shirts and Craven.
     
  9. Mr. Moo

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    You're right.

    Sometimes I play t-shirt roulette with my t-shirt drawer. Whichever t-shirt gets chosen at random is the shirt I use to pick up my dog's feces that morning. It's great.
     
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    American Corvette lol
     
  11. Mr. Moo

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    Who doesn't love a good luau?!
     
  12. Fuuma

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    Just saw Brad in a vid posted by some political peeps from quebec I have on FB/that I know, my mind went WTF pretty qucikly.
     
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    I hate that video and I regret being a part of it. Editing hackjob that totally misrepresented me and the type of project I was signing up for. :(
     
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    Link? :hide:

    edit: When I hear about anything related to Québécois politics, I automatically assume it has something to do with Les Assassins des Fauteuils Rollents, the Great Convexity, and the Samizdat.
     
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  15. brad-t

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    Fuuma has every right to share the link, but considering what I said, I'd sincerely prefer he didn't.
     
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  16. brad-t

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    Also, I look really fat in it.
     
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    I like the ones worn with sneakers, that just look sorta thrown over. The last one is pretty cool too, with the tight jacket and the loose pants. Not a huge fan of the all black Asian dude (sorry @diniro ) To me, especially with the scarf, the entire outfit looks overwrought, the outfit equivalent of a college application essay.
     
  18. OccultaVexillum

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    Just got a loooooong short sleeve oxford from Four Horsemen, aside from some tightness in the shoulders it is perfect. But for some reason it looks "long". I'm used to elongated hems and shit but that's all with T's and sweats and flannels and very casual wear, something about a button up white oxford looks a little... I dunno.
    What's everybodys thoughts on long shirts? There was the talk of the tunic type deals with suits in this thread not long ago, do they have to be paired with more tailored pieces to look right or could you pull it off with denim etc?

    It's this, for reference:
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    I have a elongated shirt that I like the look of both with rolled and non-rolled sleeves, but ^that does look kinda eh imo.
    Since I don't really think the color is the reason, that should theoretically mean it's either the collar or the sleeves.
    If it's the collar (I have a priest one) I guess you could do some DIY and cut off the "folded" part (if you can't just return the shirt).
    I think it's more likely though that long sleeves or sleeves rolled up to the elbow just balances the whole thing out better than sleeves ^that short.
     
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    that shirt looks wrong because it just looks like a short sleeved oxford shirt that was mistakenly cut too long.
     
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