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Tsubi Fire Island...........

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Johnny5, Jun 4, 2006.

  1. Johnny5

    Johnny5 Senior member

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    These are hot..... anyone knows other brands with similar design as these? Thanks! Or what are they actually called?
     
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    stach Senior member

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    It's sort of a henley -
     
  3. royal618

    royal618 Senior member

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    Please not Tsubi.

    No. No. No.

    Just purchase another brand of these type of shirts.
     
  4. Johnny5

    Johnny5 Senior member

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    which other brand ??
     
  5. Verb

    Verb Active Member

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    Johnny 5, I believe you'll have alot more luck posting in the Streetwear and Denim portion of StyleForum. Tsubi doesn't exactly fall into Menswear and the sales people at Barneys don't even know it exists despite stocking it on their shelves! [​IMG]
     
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    norcaltransplant Senior member

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    Is it just me, but does labeling your collection/shirting "Tsubi Fire Island," immediately conjure connotations of "Tsubi Queer New Yorker"? Not as bad as the International Male advertising, but this definitely reeks of a "target" audience.
     
  7. Tomasso

    Tomasso Senior member

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    Is it just me?

    No, you're not alone.
     
  8. Johnny5

    Johnny5 Senior member

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    Johnny 5, I believe you'll have alot more luck posting in the Streetwear and Denim portion of StyleForum. Tsubi doesn't exactly fall into Menswear and the sales people at Barneys don't even know it exists despite stocking it on their shelves! [​IMG]

    O yes sorry about that... heh
     
  9. Brian SD

    Brian SD Senior member

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    I actually like the shirt quite a bit. I'm not sure where you'll find one similar to be quite honest but I'd check preppier brands. If I didn't have chest hair I'd totally wear something like this to the beach.
     
  10. Metal Circus

    Metal Circus Senior member

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    Look, if this was from, say, Spruce, I bet you'd be all over it. I generally hate Tsubi, but this isn't bad. Even though the variation in stripe height gives it a weird 80's vibe, I could definitely see myself wearing this.
     
  11. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Look, if this was from, say, Spruce, I bet you'd be all over it. I generally hate Tsubi, but this isn't bad. Even though the variation in stripe height gives it a weird 80's vibe, I could definitely see myself wearing this.

    No, I doubt it. I like most Spruce stuff, and a large proportion of Wings & Horns stuff, but I think that their strength lies in all things fleece. Their hoodies and some of their outerwear is killer, but I think that there are better out there than their shirts (including tees and thermals), for the price. For example, I have absolutely no problem paying $150-$180 (depending on the brand and design) for their zip fleeces, but $100 for their thermals are not a good deal to me. The Wings & Horns pants and woven shirts I've seen are interesting, but I definitely don't think that that is their strength.
     
  12. royal618

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    which other brand ??
    Any other.
     

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