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

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  1. Fischschleim PhD.

    Fischschleim PhD. Active Member

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    No, lol.
    I tend to grow it out during the winter, and I've shown a hair stylist that picture for a haircut before.


    And thanks to whoever mentioned trying wax. I'll do that.
    I don't really want to change my hair style. I like it. Plus I think it's good.

    And I'll look into trying contacts.
     
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  2. mike868y

    mike868y Distinguished Member

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    your hair ain't even bad bro. I quite like it tbh. but I agree with someone above that it would be a little bit better ruffled up a bit. looks a little too clean cut and manicured in some of those pics.
     


  3. A Fellow Linguist

    A Fellow Linguist Distinguished Member

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    This, pretty much. As is it's on the conservative/lifeless side.
     


  4. Fischschleim PhD.

    Fischschleim PhD. Active Member

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    Thanks, I agree.
    I'll def try to mess it up a bit and make it more interesting.
    I'm guessing I could probably get wax for hair at a CVS. I'll give it a shot. :foo:
     


  5. gettoasty

    gettoasty Stylish Dinosaur

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    dude looks fine, he just has them crazy eyes. contacts/new frames should be the first step to consider before buying clothes.
     


  6. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Dunno if someone's already mentioned this, but I'd stay away from H&M shirts. They have really low armholes, so they're cut kind of boxy in a way that a tailor can't really fix. Plus I've always had the collars go all wonky on my after a couple of washes.

    Also, unless you're cool with wasting money, don't buy a bunch of new stuff all at once.
     


  7. Fischschleim PhD.

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    I'll keep that in mind I guess. I wont buy things unless I like them and think they fit good.

    Also, I don't live near an H&M store, so depending on how much I like, buying a bunch of stuff at once was what I was planning to do so I don't have to make more than one trip. I don't think there should be much wrong with this if I have good judgement when buying things. I know what I want and what I'm looking for. I could even list it here, and it's not by any means everything I absolutely have to have by the end of the day. This is in order of importance:
    Winter/fall/lighter jacket
    a decently fitting blazer I can use semi formally (I'm at uni now, don't have a suit yet)
    a couple shirts
    a couple sweaters
    basic winter layering stuff

    Maybe it's not that much.
    I think I'm kind of past the stage of "I need to get as much as I can to replace my old clothes". That already kind of happened. It wasn't great. Maybe I don't know what I'm talking about.
     
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  8. A Fellow Linguist

    A Fellow Linguist Distinguished Member

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    ^ If you stick around here your taste will probably develop quite a bit. There's a solid chance you'll hate all of it in six months.
     


  9. Fischschleim PhD.

    Fischschleim PhD. Active Member

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    True, true. Though what I get will be less trendy stuff and more basic, with attention paid to have it suit my body type, fit and things.

    I understand what you're saying. I'm not planning on spending money on much else other than things I may actually need and no-brainers at this point.
    By no-brainers I mean undershirts that fit good and a decently-fitted-but-not-expensive jacket to use in rain.
     


  10. cocostella

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    Snake - pants are boss.
     


  11. reedobandito

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    I'm a big fan of beeswax (I dunno if there's even anything else in it, ingredient wise) hair junk, as it holds its shape, doesn't look greasy, and smells great. Also, it lasts forever. I've had the same small jar since seventh grade. Shit is perfection.

    I agree with the Cloak love, not usually a fan of that aesthetic but damn those look good.
     


  12. BreezyBirch

    BreezyBirch Distinguished Member

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    waywt delivering the lols today

    how the hell can you be 6 feet tall and weigh 125 pounds??? that's obscene i've got 15 pounds on you and i'm half a foot shorter (no fat)

    cannot look at a fluery fit and not think of him jacking synthese's when fluery first started posting

    snake those pants are dope (as styleforum likes to say)
     


  13. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    This is just blindingly white

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    :/ Decided to recondition my Ricards because I haven't really touched them in months, the Saphir was dried out (also, applied really lazily) and after walking around for a while, they looked all shitty like this. Need to redo
     


  14. xCrunchx

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    kitakira is that gitman?
     


  15. Ivwri

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    Trying out new Yohji pants (thanks asobu!). Apologies for the awful colour balance.

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    Ann Demeulemeester
    Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme
    Kris Van Assche
     


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