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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by minya, Apr 9, 2006.

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  1. tonio028

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    lol BoO shit........

    double lol...share that shit
     
  2. constant struggle

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    nah s/s 65% off son a shirt
    i now have 4
     
  3. DLester

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    nah s/s 65% off son a shirt
    i now have 4


    As much as people bitch about BoO (mostly from overexposure on this forum), those shirts fit me better OTR better than any others.

    I like what I have seen of F/W. But it is painful to see full retail prices again after the summer of 130% off sales.
     
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    ^ completely agree. for us small folk rrl is the only thing that's come close
     
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    I've found Thom Browne shirts to fit better than Band of Outsiders. The latter were rather roomy.
     
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    love 45rpm and pbj's clothing. very versitle.
     
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    Uniqlo stuffs from a proxy buy
     
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    Stacey Johnson Imperial "Custom Boot Makers. $10 Rose Bowl "Fuck Yeah" [​IMG]
     
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    That reminds me, I need a new tripod. Fucking lost the goddamn shoe mount for mine.
     
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    kanken, Dexter shoemakers of America from goodwill for $6(not my photo, my pair is darker), parker jotter, klein canvas zip pouch, ticonderoga
     
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    I like those Lanvins, where'd you get them?
     
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    Smh @ customer service telling me to go true to size. [​IMG] I'll probably put these in the B/S soon.
     
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    Ernest Alexander Hudson Classic Work Bag
     
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    Stacey Johnson Imperial "Custom Boot Makers. $10 Rose Bowl "Fuck Yeah"
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    Fuck yeah! Great shape! How often do you go thrifting?

    Ann Demeulemeester:

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  19. Rye GB

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    ^^^
    Twice a month. Pasadena Rose Bowl for furniture and clothes and the Long Beach flea market for art & jewelry. If we're bored we'll hit up another flea market at the Pasadena College.
    We're pretty spoilt out here with good finds that have never suffered from damp weather and rain. Thrifting in England is horrendous; everything smells like Grandma's "fadge".
     
  20. Fuuma

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    ^^^
    Twice a month. Pasadena Rose Bowl for furniture and clothes and the Long Beach flea market for art & jewelry. If we're bored we'll hit up another flea market at the Pasadena College.
    We're pretty spoilt out here with good finds that have never suffered from damp weather and rain. Thrifting in England is horrendous; everything smells like Grandma's "fadge".


    True, I'm not into cars but I had friends who love vintage sportscars and they'd go to Cali to get some even if they lived in New England or something like that.
     
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