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what's your most douchebaggy piece of clothing?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by stickonatree, May 9, 2008.

  1. stickonatree

    stickonatree Senior member

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    i think everyone here (yes, even on SF) has an item of clothing that they're ashamed of owning (or not), considered douchebaggy by even the most forgiving of SFers. you would never be caught dead in a WAYWT photo, but willingly and knowingly wear it out in public otherwise. here is mine, the lacoste carnaby: [​IMG] top my blatantly shameful brand promoting logo. come on SF, don't fail me now, i need some e-amusement [​IMG]
     
  2. Fade to Black

    Fade to Black Senior member

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    A hand me down from my dad...1980's Dolce & Gabbana brown short biker leather jacket, from one of their first (if not their first) men's main label collections...i might wear it one of these days for kicks since i can't seem to sell the thing. It's a very Fonzie, maybe slightly Italian gigolo piece...very heavy. Probably throw it over a muji white v-neck, APCs and C Diems....yeah maybe that won't look half bad.
     
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    juicemakesugar Senior member

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    I don't know if this counts as one or two but I have two A&F polos from a few years back, one on top of the other, crisply folded and under a stack of old clothes I don't wear anymore.
     
  4. Johnny Amiga

    Johnny Amiga Senior member

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    here is mine, the lacoste carnaby:
    Out of all Lacoste shoes, those are some of the least douchebaggy ones though. Surely someone out there admits to owning a pair of these: [​IMG] ? My closet these days is quite free of douchebaggy stuff, if only because a few months ago I took several shopping bags filled with shitty clothes to the non-gov foreign aid (UFF) box. Some poor third world people will be getting some truly horrible oversized hoodies by Triple Five Soul, Zoo York and other similiar labels. Allover prints and all that shit.
     
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    my white versace belt.
     
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    Coho Senior member

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    [​IMG] I got from an AD. Used to wear it everyday until I know better.
     
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    I have a pair of completely bleached Wranglers, I never wear them. Not anymore [​IMG]
     
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  10. Fade to Black

    Fade to Black Senior member

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    Coho takes the cake, that cap is pretty fucking bad (and not in a good way).

    DSquared polo is up there as well..comin from Hong Kong i'm used to seein D2 bein incorporated into random outfits, usually worn by people who spend time at the beach and gym a lot.

    Interesting piece of trivia: DSquared2 would've been a joint venture between my parents and the twins had some legal issues not arised...wonder what direction the brand would've taken if that happened. Sorry i don't name drop but i'm fuckin proud of the fact Dean and Dan Caten used to work for my moms, back when she was partying in Toronto with Tim Blanks.
     
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    Coho takes the cake, that cap is pretty fucking bad (and not in a good way).

    DSquared polo is up there as well..comin from Hong Kong i'm used to seein D2 bein incorporated into random outfits, usually worn by people who spend time at the beach and gym a lot.

    Interesting piece of trivia: DSquared2 would've been a joint venture between my parents and the twins had some legal issues not arised...wonder what direction the brand would've taken if that happened. Sorry i don't name drop but i'm fuckin proud of the fact Dean and Dan Caten used to work for my moms, back when she was partying in Toronto with Tim Blanks.


    will you adopt me
     
  12. michaeljkrell

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    A bullet hole ridden camouflage Diesel hoodie.
     
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    matadorpoeta Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    Jon.


    [​IMG]

    these are still considered cool shoes by many members here.
     
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    danyllau Senior member

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    The puma is probably better than the lacoste.

    For me, One of the 3 bape hoodie i have that i just got. The Brightest and least discrete! I really watch my occasions to wear though haha. Gonna put it on the market sometime soon.

    [​IMG]
     
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    RFX45 Senior member

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    I guess for this particular forum, this might be the epitome of "douchebaggery." I'm not ashamed of it though, I like wearing and find it pretty comfortable but it definitely gets no love here. (puts flame suit on)
    [​IMG]
     
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    my white versace belt.

    Agreed. Although my may even out-do yours - my white J. Lindeberg belt wit the overly large/flashy "JL" buckle.
     
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    Some Pierre Cardin shirts I bought cheap at Penneys that turned out to be horrible. They looked okay when I tried them on but ended up being really baggy and formless, even though they were my size.

    Also a couple of American Eagle long-sleeved shirts. Don't ask me what I was thinking. I don't know myself.

    Actually, I don't own these things anymore. I recently went through the closet and made a Goodwill run. I hate keeping clothes I don't like to wear.
     
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    [​IMG]

    these are still considered cool shoes by many members here.


    Really?? Who?
     
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    1. I own a bape hoodie that I wore twice and never again, and then no one wanted to buy it... horrible....
    2. I own some BNWT Lucky bootcut distressed jeans that are pretty bad (been sitting at the bottom of my trunk for years now)
     
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    I tried rocking a pair of orange pumas.... *shudder* WTF was I thinking?
     

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