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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    i did a quick search and couldn't find it, but it was pretty messed up.
     
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    Where to get tan suede harrington jacket with streetwear vibe like this without paying SLP price? Anyone?

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  4. mike868y

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    try temple of jaw...oh wait.


    valstar maybe? on sale @ nmwa right now.
     
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    @dieworkwear why don't you ever post fits?
     
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    Valstar "vibe level" is too dandy grandpa, as opposed to youthful edge on SLP model...
     
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    Thanks, just grabbed a few different ones off amazon, will order more of whichever ones are good. Prime shipping :slayer:

    I bought one of those jos a bank hangers last time for like 3 bucks but it's way too wide for most of my stuff
     
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    The hanger project is worth the price
     
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    Whut the hangers? I use some cheap Ikea ones I've had forever. But I need more now, they don't sell them, and my OCD doesn't let me have different type of hangers in my closet..
     
  11. Find Finn

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    Support the hanger project, so we don't have to look at that ad again.
     
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    @dieworkwear thanks! Will bookmark them.

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    I'd like to treat myself:

    Suggestions for badger brush re: shaving

    I have an "Art of Shaving" badger brush and would like to upgrade. Something softer and create a fuller lather. I shave daily.

    Suggestions for some slim, fitted pajamas. Been sleeping in Uniqlo sweats, pretty warm and soft. Are there any makers or labels in sleepwear that have a slim fitting, soft and warm set for sale? I do not like when the top billows as I get cold easily. A closer fitting top is ideal.
     
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    neg rep
     
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    You wouldn't think that if the labels were switched.


    I've been using my edwin jagger for probably 15 years.

    I sleep in polo pj pants with just a tee in the winter and no shirt in summer, spend your money on a nice blanket fuck the pjs it's too constricting in the top (seriously who wants to sleep in a button up).
     
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  15. Coldsnap

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    Yea, been using an edwin jagger for 8 years or so. Can't complain at all, never seen a hair fall out of it.

    sleep nekkid.
     
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    I stepped up my bed game this year. Still sleep on a $80 futon mattress because it feels good on my back, but tried a bunch of comforters. Found out I was allergic to down, tried primaloft but it hardly breathed, ended up with a wool comforter which is really nice to have. Down is awesome too if you're not allergic. Dunno, never spent so much on bedding but now it's super nice to have. Sleeping is awesome.
     
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    You'll spend more time in your bed then you will in any of your jawnz. Also (for many of us) spend more time sitting at your desk at work. Don't cheap out on those things if you can help it.
     
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  20. jessicarod

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    yea but if it were sunglasses then you would see a bulge in the breast pocket and that would look awkward.
     
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