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show us your closet

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by driveslowk, Jun 5, 2009.

  1. driveslowk

    driveslowk Senior member

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    inspired by the picture of PG's minimalist set-up i'll start [​IMG] [​IMG] ikea bookcase. the box thing is for socks, cubes for v-necks, cardigans, jeans, black tee's, scarves
     
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    tagutcow Senior member

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    In my closet proper (half the size of the closet in the OP) are jackets, button-ups, and t-shirts I need to wear a few more times before I throw back in the wash. I have about 30 unironed t-shirts stacked on top of my record player, and my raw denimz are splayed out over my speakers and record crates. Shoes and boots are mainly kept around my computer room. I should ideally put them in my bedroom closet like you do, but I spend much more time in my computer room than my bedroom, so it's just more convenient to put them on/take them off there.
     
  3. driveslowk

    driveslowk Senior member

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    In my closet proper (half the size of the closet in the OP) are jackets, button-ups, and t-shirts I need to wear a few more times before I throw back in the wash. I have about 30 unironed t-shirts stacked on top of my record player, and my raw denimz are splayed out over my speakers and record crates. Shoes and boots are mainly kept around my computer room. I should ideally put them in my bedroom closet like you do, but I spend much more time in my computer room than my bedroom, so it's just more convenient to put them on/take them off there.

    turn your computer room into a walk in closet !
     
  4. jet

    jet Senior member

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    I want your job kelvin.
     
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    damn nice man I couldnt post up my whole closet i need to cawp more stuffz
     
  6. Doin' Fine.

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    My closet is the bed next to the one I sleep in, pretty much. [​IMG]
     
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    can I see an upclose pic of your grenson kirks
     
  8. driveslowk

    driveslowk Senior member

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    I want your job kelvin.
    Last job I had.... was an unpaid internship at Merrill Lynch for a year. $5billion buyout, stock market crash, widespread panic and all.
    My closet is the bed next to the one I sleep in, pretty much. [​IMG]
    I always assumed a group of gentleman who are picky about minor details in their clothes are meticulous in other areas of life, or am I just a clean freak? Dudes will be dudes ahha
    can I see an upclose pic of your grenson kirks
    I'll shoot you a PM once I get a chance. Here's PG's that inspired the thread!! [​IMG] [​IMG] makes my ikea based wares look like shaaat!
     
  9. Doin' Fine.

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    I always assumed a group of gentleman who are picky about minor details in their clothes are meticulous in other areas of life, or am I just a clean freak? Dudes will be dudes ahha




    Yeah, clothing's probably the only thing I'm not a slob about.
     
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    jaydc7 Senior member

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    I always assumed a group of gentleman who are picky about minor details in their clothes are meticulous in other areas of life, or am I just a clean freak? Dudes will be dudes ahha

    Yes...
     
  11. JaPo

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    Jesus you're privileged.

    My wardrobe consists of four drawers; socks, underwear, tops, trousers. And my two pairs of shoes positioned neatly in the corner.

    FUK Phatty's wardrobe is the thing of dreams. I dream about that wardrobe.
     
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    damn PG's wardrobe is amazing. mines is slowly making its way towards respectable. maybe i'll work on it tomorrow. i've at least converted all my hangers to wooden [​IMG]
     
  13. driveslowk

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    damn PG's wardrobe is amazing. mines is slowly making its way towards respectable. maybe i'll work on it tomorrow. i've at least converted all my hangers to wooden [​IMG]

    I was so happy when I first did that, ahah. There's no excuse not to since an 8-pack at Ikea is like 4 bucks.
     
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    GuidoWongolini Senior member

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    So we have all seen my old..
    [​IMG][​IMG]

    5 months later..
    Spare hangar as my jacket is in for some minor changes
    [​IMG]

    I usually only have 5-7 shirts hung up ready for the week (trying a new laundry & requested they leave on hangar instead of folded etc.)
    [​IMG]
     
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    Whats that cardboard-looking shoe thing? Did you make it yourself? Thats genius
     
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    The shoe holder? They sell those all over the place. At Wal-Mart even.
     
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    Never seen one in my life, maybe I'm not looking in the right places. (I'm Australian)
     
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    Whats that cardboard-looking shoe thing? Did you make it yourself? Thats genius

    this is why nobody likes you
     
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    the "cleaner" half of it [​IMG]
     
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    My shit is all over the place in the closet, bags, unopened boxes, in my car, under the bed.
     

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