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What Are You Wearing Now/Today Part I

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Mar 26, 2005.

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  1. tweedlesinpink

    tweedlesinpink Senior Member

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    is giordano a brand seen as decent in australia? over here it's like where every middle aged woman stops by to pick up more plain coloured v-necks. that is, middle aged people (both male and female) who aren't so concerned by dressing.
     


  2. kiko

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    is giordano a brand seen as decent in australia? over here it's like where every middle aged woman stops by to pick up more plain coloured v-necks. that is, middle aged people (both male and female) who aren't so concerned by dressing.

    lol Giordano sucks!
    They make decent undershirts though.
    I used to wear Giordano almost exclusively when I was 15 and my mum bought me all my clothes [​IMG]
     


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    jpgm Senior Member

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    hah, as far as i know you cant even buy it here. my girlfriend grabbed me a bunch of plain tshirts when she was in hong kong recently.
     


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    whoopee Distinguished Member

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    Foreign labourers in HK like Giordano. If you ignore the label and its market, the things aren't actually all that bad.
     


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    Nick M Distinguished Member

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    In my experience Giordano make some nice basics. They sometimes have nice fitted long-sleeve t-shirts, cargo pants and khakis - good to fill gaps in the wardrobe. I also recently picked up a couple of argyle half-zip sweaters which I like.

    I think the product range - and marketing - is different here in Australia, though.
     


  6. tweedlesinpink

    tweedlesinpink Senior Member

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    I second the thing about the nice basic wear. my personal take is that they're not all that bad--i still have a pair of their jeans from 5 years ago. it's just that they're permanently positioned at the lower end of the market, and hence their stuff isn't so great for dressing up with. that said, i'm still wearing a giordano long sleeved tee which i snuck out from my brother's closet in his absence, APC new standards, Umbro by kim jones vulcanised low woven sneakers today.
     


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    I am new on this forum.
    Today I wear: G-Star jeans, thick brown police belt, grey T-shirt
     


  8. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Distinguished Member

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    [​IMG]

    forties shirt
    redline 501
     


  9. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Distinguished Member

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    feeling slick today [​IMG] hermes shirt double rl jeans for all the girlies that i wont take home, forgot the johnsons baby powder and polo cologne never bothered to brush my hair not wearing my brand new gucci underwear got the bally shoes(but no fly green socks) i left out the house and forgot my kangol
     


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    tiger02 Militarist

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    ^^^ Love the shirt
     


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    cheapmutha Distinguished Member

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    me too... found it at a thrift store for 3$ its actually a rope print, with knots where the ropes cross.
     


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    Jetta Well-Known Member

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    Slick Rick refrence, nice [​IMG]
     


  13. gza

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    Speaking of Slick Rick, do you remember to ask (before snapping the pic)

    "Mirror, mirror, on the wall,
    Who is the cheapest mutha of them all?"
     


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    cheapmutha Distinguished Member

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    yes. it made a rumble, about 5 minitues it lasted
    it said "you are you cheap ass bastard"
     


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    Today I wear military style
    [​IMG]
     


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