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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.

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  1. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    bro it's new yawk
     


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    fit on the jawnz is great. I love the way heavy denim fades.
     


  4. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    how to construct a mordecaian post: the [direct object], [pronoun (subject case)] [verb] [direct object pronoun]. [​IMG]
     


  5. mordecai

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    The Spanish Saffron, you like it?

    P.S. My advice to NYR is good advice. He should take it.
     


  6. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Oh, yeah? I do need to do something with my hair right now, last cut came out kinda shitty. Need to get some shit to put in it.
    But I did get new glasses! They're a little wide for my face, but so is everything [​IMG]
    I think they're good enough. Eh? Oliver Peoples Shaw in Storm
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    They're the ones you think they are, they just look kind of light in my picture. Also, I think there's a lot of variation in the "distressing" between pairs.

    I really regret passing up the version with the canvas panel on the side when some guy on SuFu had them
    http://www.revolveclothing.com/Displ...n+Projects&d=h


    Gotcha. I like the ones you have better, actually.

    [​IMG]


    samesies

    question: was considering wearing black jeans but thinking that too much black is a bad thing?


    Rad. I think indigo works better here than black would.

    fuggg, 21oz?!!? i remember trying on 19oz, couldnt handle them. cracked under the pressure.

    bawse[​IMG]


    Srsly? I've been in 22oz-ers 27 of the past 29 days. Gonna see how long I can tough it out into the summer.
     


  7. Working Stiff

    Working Stiff Senior member

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    Seriously, I'm looking for a white paint recommendation. The Benjamin Moore Moonlight White, it's good? I want to paint walls and trim the same white. Hardwood floors.
     


  8. mordecai

    mordecai Immoderator

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    Seriously, I'm looking for a white paint recommendation. The Benjamin Moore Moonlight White, it's good? I want to paint walls and trim the same white. .
    Don't do dat. I'd recommend slightly different whites and different finishes for trim and wall. We used Moonlight flat on the walls and Simply white Satin on the trim but a lot of people like to go glossier on both.
     


  9. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    are the floors a 3rd white/finish, then ?
     


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    Working Stiff Senior member

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    Don't do dat. I'd recommend slightly different whites and different finishes for trim and wall. We used Moonlight flat on the walls and Simply white Satin on the trim but a lot of people like to go glossier on both.

    K. Thanks.
     


  11. mordecai

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    are the floors a 3rd white/finish, then ?
    Yeah, floor paint is different. Still Moonlight, but acrylic floor paint.
     


  12. NewYorkIslander

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    thaz pretty alright

    fuggg, 21oz?!!? i remember trying on 19oz, couldnt handle them. cracked under the pressure.

    bawse[​IMG]


    Good fit. That room needs painting though. I'd recommend Benjamin Moore Moonlight White satin finish. Semi Gloss for the door and trim, and you can keep the color there. Please replace that light switch cover too.

    fit on the jawnz is great. I love the way heavy denim fades.

    Srsly? I've been in 22oz-ers 27 of the past 29 days. Gonna see how long I can tough it out into the summer.

    Cheers fellas.

    Mordecai, you're bang on. We are a few months out from getting rid of our dogs (who jumped and jumped and ruined the finish). The walls will get redone this summer...I couldn't give a shit about the light fixture.

    Whats the heaviest denim out there?
     


  13. mordecai

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    K. It takes 2 minutes and $1. It's actually faster to replace it than to tape it off for painting, but you are entitled to your prerogative.
     


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    I know this is far from your first time posting that bomber, halisray, but it looks really good on you. Not sure how well black jawnz would work out given your aesthetic.
    Thanks!

    maybe with boots it could work. mmm side zips, like the ones synth is selling[​IMG]

    I have some black boots, (old chelsea boots), but I left them at home and I'm at my flat downtown, [​IMG]

    I'll try that though
     


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    Don't do dat. I'd recommend slightly different whites and different finishes for trim and wall. We used Moonlight flat on the walls and Simply white Satin on the trim but a lot of people like to go glossier on both.

    Flat paint looks dirty pretty quickly and is hard to clean. I'd recommend satin on the walls, and something slightly glossier on the trim. I've been using high gloss oil on the trim for maximum shine and durability, but I have an old Victorian, so it goes well with that. I've heard that Sherwin Williams has a new water based 'oil' paint, whatever that is. I've tried a lot of paints, and find Porter to be the best.
     


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