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Where is your style going?

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



  1. Meis

    Meis Senior member

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    I am just going to do leathers for a while, plus some random pieces and opportunistic cops. I have most everything I need.

    Pretty much the same for me. Picked up another leather this weekend and with that I think I'm pretty much set on outerwear; and if the sneaks, shirts and dress pants I have coming in the mail work out I should be pretty set on those too - there's one sportcoat I'm waiting to pick up on sale but otherwise I have most everything I want for now. Think I'm pretty much done buying for a long while (aside from rare ebay/B+S forum deals).
     


  2. Cacatfish

    Cacatfish Senior member

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    I will practice tolerance for the moment..
     


  3. TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES

    TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES Senior member

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    Iconic worker pieces. Yet, keep my eyes open for any sales really.
     


  4. kixslf

    kixslf Senior member

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  5. 57JoeFoMoPar

    57JoeFoMoPar Active Member

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    My style is kinda all over the place at the moment.

    I'm excited to see some retro/rockabilly influence come back into my wardrobe, and in fashion in general. Back in high school my group of friends and I were real greasers, jammin to Carl Perkins and wrenching on old cars. I still do the cars and music, but I've cleaned up my image considerably. Now my old Schott Perfecto motorcycle jacket is getting some good use again. My Frye square-toe motorcycle boots have been replaced by a pair of amber Red Wing Iron Rangers, and I've even worked cuffed jeans back into the mix, lately Levis 511s.

    I'm liking the plaids that are back, I especially like a bold plaid in turquoise. J Crew has been my go to there.

    White dress shirts from H & M have been my staple lately. Wear with jeans, suits, sport coat... always crisp.
     


  6. potemkin_city_limits

    potemkin_city_limits Senior member

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    Definitely moving away from tight jeans over the past little while now. Lately Ive been into a slightly more relaxed fit with a higher rise. I used to hate it but now it feels so natural.
     


  7. mpcec

    mpcec Senior member

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    Right now it's pretty concise. I sold basically everything and just bought some Black Yuketens and a bunch of this seasons WWM. My plan is to only buy WWM for this season (since I love it and it's daikis last fw) and make a solid wardrobe base with that, and then from here on out buy stuff that will compliment well from other brands that I love but is super pricey (like Nigel Camerman, some visvim, etc.)
     


  8. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    down the drain

    i don't even know what i want anymore
     


  9. erbs

    erbs Senior member

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    down the drain

    i don't even know what i want anymore

    this too many options and shit
     


  10. potemkin_city_limits

    potemkin_city_limits Senior member

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    down the drain

    i don't even know what i want anymore


    I found when I first joined this forum I ended up that way, then recently I really just cleared out all the bullshit and started focusing on the basics which made it a lot easier.
     


  11. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    this

    too many options and shit


    not anymore

    I found when I first joined this forum I ended up that way, then recently I really just cleared out all the bullshit and started focusing on the basics which made it a lot easier.

    i expanded over the years, all baller all the time
     


  12. TBSDSpaniard

    TBSDSpaniard Senior member

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    down the drain

    i don't even know what i want anymore


    killer style needs no improvement.
     


  13. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored

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    I found when I first joined this forum I ended up that way, then recently I really just cleared out all the bullshit and started focusing on the basics which made it a lot easier.
    this isn't really my problem. it's more like, I want to wear margiela and raf to work, kva on the weekends, and prorsum to my fucking mountain chalet that I share with emma watson. not sure how all those desires will gel into one cohesive being of steezy awesomeness. I saw a girl wearing olive green torn skinny jeans (and north face and uggs, but still) and i thought, damn, that would be awesome to wear with leather and boots.
    killer style needs no improvement.
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  14. softy

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    Lately I've been feeling positively about an aesthetic that I would describe as "slightly dressed down and scrubby yet still too dressed up to be going to the laundromat."
     


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