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Websites for cool clothes

Tenshu

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Hey fellas I'm looking for some website that ship cool shirts, sweaters, etc.... Dress-for-less.com is pretty good, but I'm looking for more. Some examples of my definition of 'cool' below.
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Tenshu

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What style would you call these clothes by the way?
 

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That's a very broad question. This forum is as of yet quite small, and it wouldn't take much work to go through the pages and take note of the various sites mentioned - there have been at least a few. I doubt you'll find precisely what you like as at first glance I can tell you that the more frequent posters do not wear those kinds of shirts.

In any case you can certainly find names and websites for lots of other things that we deem "cool." Good luck and welcome to the forum.
 

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Whose definition of 'cool' are you using? Webster's Handy College Dictionary or something? Try the OED. It's better researched.
 

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those look like shirts you can get in chinatown
 

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Serious answers: goclothing.com, revolveclothing.com, activeendeavors.com
 

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(Tenshu @ April 16 2005,11:54) What style would you call these clothes by the way?
"Tastelessly Metrosexual"
AHAHAHA
That is hilarious. I would have to agree with you, as well.
 

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I guess this would be essential wear if you plan to work as a hairdresser and your name is Armand (no disrespect to truly trendy hairdressers around the world).
 

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You can cut that stuff into strips for toilet paper, in a pinch.
 

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i think segal does aikido, but no matter: "If it's not wu shu, it's crap."
 

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