Where is your style going?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Superb0bo, Feb 12, 2008.



  1. Ideefixee

    Ideefixee Senior member

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    Soft-silhouetted bohemian flaneur

    Pics or gtfo.
     


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    Wish I could say my style is evolving...I have way too many button ups than needed and need something new to spice it up. Early 1900's outdoor hunting gear has been my cold winter tale for a while but need to step up my steeze...
     


  4. asobu

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    I guess I'm going for full volume, no colors, square shoulders, sleeves that are 3 inches too long, pants that are 5 inches too big, off-looking, non-fitting, unstructured, unbalanced - and it's going to be expensive.
     


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    I guess I'm going for full volume, no colors, square shoulders, sleeves that are 3 inches too long, pants that are 5 inches too big, off-looking, non-fitting, unstructured, unbalanced - and it's going to be expensive.

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    Gucci down to the mutha fuckin socks
     


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    I'd also like to have more British influence. Cabourn is helping, but I need some more tweed.
     


  8. toothsomesound

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    I guess I'm going for full volume, no colors, square shoulders, sleeves that are 3 inches too long, pants that are 5 inches too big, off-looking, non-fitting, unstructured, unbalanced - and it's going to be expensive.

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    Doing that hertitage Americana bullshit thang. I also like looking like a lumberjack
     


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    Minimalism, dark monochrome slim fit stuff. (Not tight stuff anymore like I was doing) Don't have the steeze or cash to pull off baggy looks (which IMO is more difficult) Casual vibe, not too much stuff with collars. I've been wearing alot of rich jewel tones with a black/gray/white scheme. Liking gaudy colored shirts and knits alot too.
     


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    Ideefixee Senior member

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    I'd also like to have more British influence. Cabourn is helping, but I need some more tweed.

    Love Cabourn, can't really afford him though. ;__;
     


  12. mike868y

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    Trying to move away from the skater/mall brand look and move into clothes that fit a little better, are of better quality, and look a little classier, while still remaining casual. I'm still a student, so I don't have the money to spend on big ticket items, so I'm looking at picking up stuff form LEC and LL Bean Signature, along with a pair of APC raws in the near future (christmas maybe). For example, I bought a flannel shirt from UO a few weeks ago and after only 2 wears it is already coming unraveled. I'd rather have spent $80-100 on a nicer flannel that will last a couple of years. Also, my wardrobe needs more v-neck.
     


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