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

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  1. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff Senior member

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    Hold on there tiger. I've barely gotten comfortable with the U-neck...

    deep vneck tshirts in a stretchy cotton or light linen i think is a popular streetwear look now. you got to be lean though and young looking. you qualify.
     
  2. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    deep vneck tshirts in a stretchy cotton or light linen i think is a popular streetwear look now. you got to be lean though and young looking. you qualify.

    I know that it's a popular look, but I'm old, and have been set in my ways for a long time now. I don't really follow trends anymore. It's more like a give a nod to them.

    Also, I probably need to lose 5-10 lbs right now to qualify, though I am pretty lean and young looking from a distance, still. I'm finding that in my old age (going to be 35 come Saturday), that my exercise routine alone is not enough. I need to get off of the seafood diet (See food, eat it.) Even as late as 6 years ago, I used to eat whole pizzas with my friends, and still maintain a flat stomach (bf was between 7 and 12%, depending on type of training.) No more. Time makes bitches of us all, it seems.
     
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    ^Nice purchase. You can't go wrong with Spiewak, especially at that price.
     
  5. Big Pun

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    Tobi has a bunch of nice stuff on sale actually. Had to stop myself there. [​IMG]
     
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    deep vneck tshirts in a stretchy cotton or light linen i think is a popular streetwear look now. you got to be lean though and young looking. you qualify.

    if you wear deep vneck shirts you are a girl hope this helps
     
  8. BubblyMasquerade

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    if you wear deep vneck shirts you are a girl hope this helps

    irony.
     
  9. wagthesam

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    if you wear deep vneck shirts you are a girl hope this helps

    lean... or skinny?

    I think I am too skinny for the look, I use them as undershirts when I don't want anything to show.
     
  10. impolyt_one

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    irony.

    that was sarcasm, he just showed up in WAYWT with his tit hanging out of his own deep V
     
  11. brad-t

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    only hatin cuz they cant get wid dis
     
  12. BubblyMasquerade

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    that was sarcasm, he just showed up in WAYWT with his tit hanging out of his own deep V

    lol did not see.

    edit: saw. gross.
     
  13. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    carrying a bag is for girls
    skinny jeans are for girls
    deep v-necks are for girls
    *arbitrary gender classified product* is for girls

    also lmao at a bare, hairless chest being "gross", grow the fuck up
     
  14. BubblyMasquerade

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    shawttty wanna thuggg

    lemme buy u a drank
     
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    I'm not angry, I'm from Philly
    I know that it's a popular look, but I'm old, and have been set in my ways for a long time now. I don't really follow trends anymore. It's more like a give a nod to them.

    Also, I probably need to lose 5-10 lbs right now to qualify, though I am pretty lean and young looking from a distance, still. I'm finding that in my old age (going to be 35 come Saturday), that my exercise routine alone is not enough. I need to get off of the seafood diet (See food, eat it.) Even as late as 6 years ago, I used to eat whole pizzas with my friends, and still maintain a flat stomach (bf was between 7 and 12%, depending on type of training.) No more. Time makes bitches of us all, it seems.



    Speak for yerself, beeyotch. I hope you said 'old age' with a bit of irony and sarcasm. Yes, I'm a grumpy old 38.
     
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    R&B Dakota jacket, lined in Mushroom color for hella cheap. Having a big chest is nice sometimes.
     
  19. JaPo

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    does anyone just buy things because of the name brand/price? i think ill wear this once or twice but i just couldnt pass it up at $285:

    http://www.yoox.com/item.asp?tskay=3...K&sts=orders80


    I'm going to wager you won't make it work.

    It's a good deal, though.
     
  20. aeglus

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    does anyone just buy things because of the name brand/price?

    no
     
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