what's your most douchebaggy piece of clothing?

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  1. Fade to Black

    Fade to Black Senior member

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    oh god to think at one point i used to lust after those custom made Gucci/Burberry patterned AF1's...i bet those patterns were ripped off of fake handbags too
     


  2. stickonatree

    stickonatree Senior member

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    Lol Jncos... I had a pair of Flame Boys when I was in like 5th or 6th grade and I thought they were the shit.

    Navy Burberry print Nike Air Force one High-tops anyone? [​IMG][​IMG]


    oh God i barfed a little in my mouth.

    I have hot pink and black snakeskin BAPES I picked up about 3 years ago or so. I wear it every once in a while, but not very often anymore. Are they douchebaggy? I can't imagine an AmJack attempting to even where them or let alone pull them off.

    you should sell them to kids on instyleshoes.com, they'll eat up that stuff for $300+
     


  3. AK47AZ

    AK47AZ Active Member

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    oh god to think at one point i used to lust after those custom made Gucci/Burberry patterned AF1's...i bet those patterns were ripped off of fake handbags too
    ^ lol Stick ^ I also had the low top Louis vuitton classic leather print ones, gucci low top grey print, and gucci low top light brown print. I'm proud to say I never stooped to complete douche-ness with the classic burberry print [​IMG] They were custom made in Chicago with supposedly legit fabric that was purchased by the sheet.
     


  4. gmku

    gmku Senior member

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    Makes you kind of wonder. Like, if this forum had been around when grunge was going strong, what would have been the SF "uniform"? Oversized flannel shirts, faded and torn baggy jeans, and black Chucks?
     


  5. Augusto86

    Augusto86 Sean Penn's Mexican love child

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    Laser-blue parachute pants.
     


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    Tight white v-neck t-shirt. Yeah, it's a sort of an underwear I suppose but it becomes douchebaggy when I wear it without anything else on top.
     


  7. Fade to Black

    Fade to Black Senior member

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    i really wanted the Bape X Unkle snakeskin bapestas at one point too...
     


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    roguetheory Senior member

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    A pair of fake-as-hell A&F swim trunks I bought while on vacation in Malaysia.

    I bought them because I was about to go to a beach island resort with my gf, and I didn't own any swim trunks. Sadly, the swim trunks have outlasted my relationship with the girl.


    haha did you buy those in China town?
     


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    danyllau Senior member

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    i really wanted the Bape X Unkle snakeskin bapestas at one point too...

    Compare to their clothing, I don't think the snakeskin one, or Bapesta in general, to be that douchebaggy if you wearing sneakers one way or another lol!
     


  10. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    Makes you kind of wonder. Like, if this forum had been around when grunge was going strong, what would have been the SF "uniform"? Oversized flannel shirts, faded and torn baggy jeans, and black Chucks?
    I doubt it seeing as how the current uniform is a t-shirt, jeans, and sneaks with a slim profile. It may be a bit naive but that kind of style has been done for years in the past and foreseeably years from now. Case in point, you don't see a lot of members on here with distressed jeans, stripped shirts, and steve maddens.
     


  11. kronik

    kronik Senior member

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    A cream linen sweater by RL Blue Label that has a blue dragon print across the chest/sleeve that I purchased 4 years ago. I love it for summer wear and girls like it (and not in the way that chronoaug claims to get compliments) so.. yea.
     


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    Xericx Senior member

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    i have a green button up shirt with rhinestones on the upper chest in a semi-flower formation. its my "only in vegas" shirt, and vegas loved it.
     


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    centalones Senior member

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    haha did you buy those in China town?
    I actually bought them in a mall along with some probably fake Diesel T-shirts. The only thing I've bought at a Chinatown has been some cheap trinket junk that I now regret.
     


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    scientific Senior member

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    some hugo boss polos that say "hugo boss" on them. ouch. but im too lazy and cheap to replace them
     


  15. blackplatano

    blackplatano Senior member

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    I think I'm the most anti-SF SF member. I don't feel the need to only wear SF approved stuff.
    But anyways,

    I have a bunch of douchy stuff by forum standards, for example,
    TR
    7 FAM
    RR
    diesel
    Hugo Boss

    Most I haven't worn in months, but I think there is something that must be said

    Wearing douchy shit is fun.
     


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