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Should I or shouldn't I buy... (clothing item)?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kronik, Jun 25, 2008.

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  1. Big Pun

    Big Pun Distinguished Member

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    I'm glad I measure 8.5. Hahahah.
    8.5 is still girly man feet sorry. At least your thighs are massive.
     


  2. Kill_switch

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    Well what I was trying to say is, they're just simple normal jeans in a cream/tan wash, no real need to ponder it too much, there isn't anything questionable, unusual or special about the jeans, for better or worse. If you like them, buy them, if not, don't.
    those jeans are grey?
     


  3. DLester

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    windbreaker - excellent? or madness?

    [​IMG]
     


  4. XenoX101

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    Hahahaha.... I feel sorry for Xeno. It must be very difficult to find anything that fits without resorting to wearing children's or women's clothing.. Didn't he say in another thread that he wore a size 24 jeans?

    I recall him being annoyed that his local shop did not carry size 1 in The Viridi Anne. Since I can fit into size 1 and wear size 29 jeans, I would imagine that even many Japanese brands are too big for him.


    It's true, there are even a number of japanese brands too big for me, Viridi-Anne Size 1 fits good though and Julius, Lad Musician and a few other brands also would probably fit fine going by measurements on proxy websites.

    I'm a natural 27-28 inch waist so I usually end up wearing 25-26 in jeans and 27 in trousers, I do end up buying womens clothes a lot, though there are thinks you cannot buy womens such as suits, some pants and some shoes. It's definitely tough being as small as I am but when I get more funds I'll probably just suck it up and buy something slightly too big then get it altered as best as I can whilst keeping the proportions.
     


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    Dlester, is that dries? Seems like overkill to me IMO
     


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    Dlester, is that dries? Seems like overkill to me IMO
    yep, Dries - might be a bit over the top. [​IMG] It would be fun to have though.
     


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    Head up my ass... those were listed loads ago.
     


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  11. spreadcollar

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    I think it looks good on a skinny person styled well in that julius kinda way. I don't think they would look as good if worn out of context though. So i guess if you wear that kinda of style head to toe a bunch go for it, if not, it's probably going to look a bit off on you compared to it looking good in the lookbooks. I think that happens to a lot of people on the forum in regards to nice items and styling
     


  12. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    I could get a pair of bnwt Sperry boat shoes in patent leather: white apron with forest green sides white rubber sole. Looks really cool and not tacky at all like it sounds. Only 35 bux.
    Not sure what specifications are approved on boat shoes so asking here.
     


  13. BDC2823

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    I could get a pair of bnwt Sperry boat shoes in patent leather: white apron with forest green sides white rubber sole. Looks really cool and not tacky at all like it sounds. Only 35 bux.
    Not sure what specifications are approved on boat shoes so asking here.


    I don't care about boat shoes, but I should figure out where the hell you are finding these deals at.
     


  14. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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  15. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    Shonuff doesn't have any special hookups he gets all his stuff from the clearance racks at bloomingdales at south coast plaza, I think his wife or somebody just gets him employee discount there. Occasionally they do a double discount but it's not much.

    DL, I like the print but that jacket is a bit boring.
     


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