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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 2:33 am 
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I usually dress like a glorified (punk) rocker with style

the brands i wear are DC fallen matix AE red fox element converse
i know all skater rocker brands but i make them work for me

but i feel like i need more variety

can anybody give me some websites where i can find some more clothes

I need to see what else is out here

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dont give me any cliche brands like ed hardy ck hugo boss levis adidas armani x or lacoste ive seen all those

im looking for something original


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 3:22 am 
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In this world every person has a fashion sense also know what suits to his or her personality. The fashion designers also help us a lot in adopting the fashion according to our personalities. you can see enormous ideas over the internet by using different social medias like youtube, facebook, or other specific channels of fashion. All these ways help us and aware us by giving highly useful information also we can deiced by seeing our fashion icons or super models about the latest fashion.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2012 7:28 pm 
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It's not about brand names. Nobody can even tell what brand you are wearing most of the time. That's why Ed Hardy, Affliction, and Polo with those gigantic jockeys embroidered over the heart are so stupid. They try to make it all about brand recognition that way people will know that you paid $60 for that t-shirt. All that does is telegraph how big of a douche you are.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:42 am 
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Agreed, most higher end designer stuff will barely have any labels. You can buy a $400 Armani sweater that looks nearly the same as a $50 sweater from a liquidator. The stuff with huge labels on it is usually cheaper (comparitively) stuff like Armani Exchange, which is just the name licensed to a company.

I used to buy a lot of overpriced designer gear, but now I often shop at H&M and get complimented about sweaters that I pay ~$15 for.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2013 11:57 am 
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Do you know any gay guys?
They know how to dress, and are awesome for getting fashion advice/tips from. They know if something will look good on you or not, or how to fix your style.

Next best is female friends, but some women have horrible fashion sense :lol:


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 03, 2013 10:18 pm 
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puaninja wrote:
It's not about brand names. Nobody can even tell what brand you are wearing most of the time. That's why Ed Hardy, Affliction, and Polo with those gigantic jockeys embroidered over the heart are so stupid. They try to make it all about brand recognition that way people will know that you paid $60 for that t-shirt. All that does is telegraph how big of a douche you are.


I couldnt agree more with this. ^^^

Where clothing that only advertises the brand on the back o the tag or on the inside of the garment if you can. It creates more mystery and prevents you from looking like an asshat. I know where you're coming from though, as I dress like a rocker as well. You being more punk/skater, me being more inclined to the dark side. (METAL to the max)

I have found some great shit online though that looks really nice and fancy while at the same time still very visually captivating. I'm going with my two favorite colors, (red and black) for what I'm defining as my ultimate wardrobe. Which reminds me, dress how you feel. I really mean that. If blue is your color, and you feel like you have that kind of personality, than you do it. If you dont know what I'm saying, then google colors and their meanings and you'll see how people respond to certain colors.

Being of italian descent, I have dark features. Darkish hair, extremely dark eyes, a constant year round tan, etc etc, And my main targets are girls that have these same features. (Mostly latinas and girls of Mediterranean descent like myself)

Ma says that red and black are the devil's colors, butttttt I don't think he'll mind me using them to corrupt innocent catholic girls... ;)

Most girls who get attracted to me either describe me as devilish, or dark anyway, so there ya go. Dress appropriately. Especially when it comes to colors. They help the girl realize more about you without you ever having to say a word. And trust me, you want that, because you want to be as honest as you can with most girls.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 10, 2013 9:40 am 
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JayMoe wrote:
Agreed, most higher end designer stuff will barely have any labels. You can buy a $400 Armani sweater that looks nearly the same as a $50 sweater from a liquidator. The stuff with huge labels on it is usually cheaper (comparitively) stuff like Armani Exchange, which is just the name licensed to a company.

I used to buy a lot of overpriced designer gear, but now I often shop at H&M and get complimented about sweaters that I pay ~$15 for.


100% CORRECT.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 3:54 pm 
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Find a style that works for you.

I like to have a bunch of casual button up shirts since I fit more of a businessman profile, but I also like collecting interesting t-shirts, the sort of Jersey Shore look.

I don't like any brand logos on my shirts, brand doesn't matter to girls, they just want to see that you CARE about your looks.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2013 11:25 am 
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You can go online and shop for yourself I just go online and shop whatever I like.


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I've been wearing katalyst clothing designs in Manhattan clubs and have been getting good results with the ladies 8)


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 01, 2013 6:08 pm 
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Google fashionbeans... It has some good tips on basic fashions and styles.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 12:09 pm 
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You need variety in clothing and on reasonable price go check google with wholesale apparel i am sure you will find some good clothing stores.

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If you have an iPhone check out an app called "wish". Lots of cheap shit that's mainly cheap cause it's coming from china instead of a store. You'll wanna get a measuring tape though to make sure shit fits right.

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