Where is your style going?

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

  1. Max Biggavel

    Max Biggavel Senior member

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    supreme head to toe for spring

    toj head to toe in a distant future
     
  2. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    less $, more j crew
     
  3. slack tide

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    raf/rick/jil/dries/Julius/dbss/geller/odyn

    draped, unstructured, nihilistic.

    gothic

    basically an external and superficial manifestation of my increasing inner turmoil and disdain towards a world that is metaphorically black to begin with. My clothing only serves to mirror my surroundings.

    j/k - i'm not headed anywhere. just more normal boring BS.
     
  4. Lane

    Lane Senior member

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    ninja + horns

    lol @ pairing geller with those other designers

    uh, I guess I have two styles going right now depending primarily on the weather/mood.

    basically street vs gothic with a hint of preppy schoolboy when I go to work.
     
  5. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    raf/rick/jil/dries/Julius/dbss/geller/odyn

    draped, unstructured, nihilistic.

    gothic

    basically an external and superficial manifestation of my increasing inner turmoil and disdain towards a world that is metaphorically black to begin with. My clothing only serves to mirror my surroundings.

    j/k - i'm not headed anywhere. just more normal boring BS.


    lmao
     
  6. London

    London Senior member

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    lighten up this spring, canvas kicks, cp's, suede chukkas, henley's, parkas, light trenches
     
  7. Makeshift_Robot

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    lol @ pairing geller with those other designers

    Come on dude, seriously?
     
  8. tween_spirit

    tween_spirit Senior member

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    some cool things coming up the next few weeks.... [​IMG]
     
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    Come on dude, seriously?

    When has Lane ever not been serious?
     
  10. Expressions Realia

    Expressions Realia Well-Known Member

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    it sounds basically like me. the older i get, the more traditional i become i guess. i don't think i'll ever be "high fashion" nor do i really try it anymore.

    Couldn't have said it better.

    I've had the opportunity to look back on my evolution as I do document with photos (blogging) over the years, but also seeing that the older I get the more I tend to dress classically. Although I add my own flare to it (what's the world without personality?), I do tend to keep it classic. I like fashion, but cannot follow the trends, or avant garde way of dressing.
     
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    lane sucks so bad at sf.
     
  12. Ascent

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    Shorts, lightweight chinos or looser slim denim for cooler days, light and airy tees maybe some slight drape, short sleeve button downs and all the stereotypical summer stuff for the coming months, basic and predictable.
     
  13. Stazy

    Stazy Senior member

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    For a while I couldn't decide wether I was into fashion or clothes. I'm now solidly in the latter, meaning I'm not interested in trying to pull off difficult looks or concepts. I'd much rather just buy really nice clothes that require little thought.

    I'm a perfect specimen of a man regardless of what I wear so I'm just not going to worry about clothes.
     
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    With people at Gimme Coffee squaring me to check who's rocking the better selvedge, the better rims or the better oxford/work shirt, I'm hoping to move more toward crazy japanese grandpa a la Second Stage blog. If I spend 200/300 bucks on a summer garment, I want people to make fun of me, not just acknowledge that we all read the same shit. I'm gonna try some SOUTH2 WEST8 and hopefully be able to cop some good Haversack and some crazy Birkenstock when I go to Japan at the end of summer.
     
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    "Neo greaser" is what i consider my current style direction because it has elements of 1950s greasers mixed with modern pieces.
     

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