Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
Think Zampano in La Strada—Cro-Magnon circus strongman.
isaora flannel with attached wool undershirt/lining
WWM half denim half wool
edit: wore the isaora jacket on top, but no pics. i was super warm today
how are these? I remember having some serious wanna-kop for those but they were ultimately too rich for my blood.
dope shirt ck
garbstore uscs shawl jacket
uo non-flannel plaid shirt
aa leather belt
clarks beeswax db's
I've never understood the appeal of supreme caps
clothes fit well
This x 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000
they are juvenile but it adds to the fit. doesnt make him seem like hes dressing above his age bracket imo. if he were to wear a newsboy cap i think it would be totally different, in a bad way.
because supreme caps add swag.
I think supreme caps can look good when worn with the right stuff.
but a madras shirt, military jacket, and desert boots aren't really the right stuff. du looks uncomfortable in his clothes.
nothing personal but his fits looks better than yours.
supreme caps are a way for awkward dorky white kids to look 'urban'
I think it's funny how there is some weird unspoken agreement here about the different between 'urban' and urban. I've seen it posted a few times here but it's something an ex of mine used to say so I know it's not limited to this forum.
This made me think.
As much as i don't get the appeal of the supreme caps, I have to agree.
We should probably stop projecting our own biases on other people's fits.
yeah, lets use our imaginations for a sec. imagine MOK in the same getup (looser jeans) with a newsboy cap; looks good. saffron in a newsboy; not so good.
hat changes everything here
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