Recent purchases - Part II

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by scott.m, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. Ascent

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    Black NDG denim and black Cheap Monday parka.
     
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    A pair of Converse sneakers
     
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    no need to be so pissy about it MoO. its a fact you have bought fake shit in the past, which certainly begs the question of what other fake stuff you have. do a quick audit and report back.

    eg has some excellent styles and is one of the finest makers around. those you have are ugly. i will get on my list of shit to purchase before i die when i am 70+.
     
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    Black NDG denim and black Cheap Monday parka.

    where did you find the ndg jeans? i so want a pair of their gray and black slim cuts. i liked ndg ... anyone know who bought them?
     
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    Some boring summer stuff from UO (which of course I had to order online because the one in Rittenhouse apparently only stocks graphic tees, Levi's, and jackets with passants on them). Was accosted by these people for the second time in that UO store, fourth time since I've moved to Philly: http://www.colbymodels.com/
     
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    [​IMG] Or some ugly loafazzz

    no need to be so pissy about it MoO. its a fact you have bought fake shit in the past, which certainly begs the question of what other fake stuff you have. do a quick audit and report back.

    eg has some excellent styles and is one of the finest makers around. those you have are ugly. i will get on my list of shit to purchase before i die when i am 70+.


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    where did you find the ndg jeans? i so want a pair of their gray and black slim cuts. i liked ndg ... anyone know who bought them?
    Got mine cheap on SuFu, there are a gray pair in the FS:SWD for$100 shipped but they are 34, so that may be of no use to you unless you're willing to have them butchered down if necessary (as I do not know your pant size).
     
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    Got mine cheap on SuFu, there are a gray pair in the FS:SWD for$100 shipped but they are 34, so that may be of no use to you unless you're willing to have them butchered down if necessary (as I do not know your pant size).
    wtf. sell to me NOW. those are my size. i want them more than you.
     
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    Relax not everyone is out to get you.. I just find some of your actions a bit strange
    why does everyone have the same "list"? mmm, cp, blah, blah, blah. this place is turning into a sheep factory. branch out people.
     
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    why does everyone have the same "list"? mmm, cp, blah, blah, blah. this place is turning into a sheep factory. branch out people.
    dunno about mmm personally, but cps are fucking awesome because they're simple and stylish and high in quality. perhaps that's why a lot of people (on sf) like and buy them! perhaps there is a sort of bandwagon effect, but only cuz the wagon is worth riding lol.
     
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    As long as clothing - in some minds - are so related to a lifestyle; posting real estate is just as valid as posting pictures of your recent bought cigars. The question is if its just as valid as posting ALL your clothing purchases?

    Clothing, cars, cigars, and iPads are different from real estate. They are all brand name products which most are familiar with, whereas most homes carry little meaning beyond imparting a suburban lifestyle that most here despise. Considering how most people have been conditioned to define themselves and express their "good taste" through their purchases, brand name products provide the better opportunity to do this than does real estate.

    I highly doubt many here own homes worthy of captivating others interest similar to how a more unusual piece of designer clothing might. Even most relatively expensive houses are bland and uninteresting, sharing most of the same characteristics as cheap houses-- the key difference being that the more expensive house is bigger.

    We don't want to see pictures of your new coat from Old Navy, so why would we want to see pictures of your cookie cutter McMansion in suburbia?
     

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