Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
A few of us have been lobbying for the return of the baseball jacket and while drew hasn't made any promises, he seems to have a couple ideas for a revamp come SS12.
Yeah. Like Kent said, sometimes you'll find a shirt that works both ways - usually, these are a little longer in the back than in the front but still end well above the crotch - but most of the time it's one or the other. I tend to hem shirts that are too long because I wear jeans all the time and almost never tuck my shirts.
Yea I have separate shirts. I have a 10 inch drop though so that might be why. Shirts long enough for me to wear both tucked and untucked will be too blousy around the waist when tucked in. And shirts that look good tucked in on me will look like a woman's shirt if i wear it untucked.
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flamin hot cheetos?
fuck, that is how all my hanes shirts always look and I hate it. I went to urban the other day, and they did. not. have. solid. white. tees. What the cock.
my tees all do that too, I wear some really big, I went crazy on Mujis when I got to Japan but they fit horribly. I should pick up more Uniqlos but what I am gonna do instead is enquire about making these TOJ white tees in Japan and really make them, perhaps.
I would be all over TOJ white tees. I get tired of Hanes sticking out...
you mean mine? whats wrong with it? i need some new ones anyway. badly.
I hate that
one of these days the good lord is going to give us a cheap T that drapes properly at the chest but is slimmer at the waist so we don't have a protruding pecker tent when wearing an unzipped jacket. And it should not be so sheer that it exposes our anatomy. And it should be long enough so that it doesn't look like a Jersey Shore half-shirt left in the dryer too long. I will die waiting for such a T, but maybe our children's children will see it someday....
If this happened I wouldn't wear any other t shirt color ever. Not that I do now...
or you can buy hanes for $2 a shirt and throw them out every couple of months.
my h&m tees don't do this. a size m fits me perfectly at 6ft2 but i never tumble dry them.
i think it goes without saying that the quality is very poor and the neckline hem is just flabby as fuck after a couple of washes, which is kinda sad :\
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