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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. FrankCowperwood

    FrankCowperwood Distinguished Member

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    Zam looks better to me too. Rick might appeal more if it were not presented so stiffly. Zam is cleaner overall imo.
     


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    The RO model is definitely doing the jacket a disservice
     


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    nahneun Uncle Nephew

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    @CityHunter the zam is safer while being more interesting. Do it
     


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    Hey I just bought these, have you received yours yet? Any preliminary thoughts?
     


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    Yeah. They’re awesome. I’m keeping them.
     


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    ^ Opinions on the Dries Van Noten sneakers? If so are they True to size?
     


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    il_colonnello Senior Member

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    Yes, nothing screams "I'M A FANCY DUDE" like a print on a 3x4-inch item you carry around invisibly 99 per cent of the time.

    SF at its best. OP says he's interested in designer-label so-and-so, SF corrects him: no you need plain-ass artisanal one.

    @yunBW I am not particularly fond of the two examples you posted (although between the two I'd prefer the Balenciaga over the Burberry one), but if you want something a little more interesting than the garden-variety designs of Chester Mox, nothing wrong with that. (I've been using a Raf Simons cardholder for a couple of years with no problems.)
     


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    :sarcasm:

    I mean, someone asked if they should buy designer cardholders in the "should I buy thread," and I gave my opinion. I think they've overpriced and you're mostly paying for the logo. There's nothing really different between a designer card case for $250 and the $50 stuff you find at the mall.

    Weren't you the dude who was gushing over Hermes? How is "artisinal" garden variety, but Hermes grail?
     


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