Where I can find this hoodie? only one picture
you can always make it, looks like its from a print-on-demand store.
Is Russell Westbrook effay?
Anyone else watch this?
>wanted to know more about the bob-haired woman
>pretty sure yohji yearns for death
>he's mum is still alive?
looking for a /fa/ black denim jacket. can I get some help? nothing too bulky please
I need some boots for everyday wear and a 25% off would come in handy. Thanks in advance
What is this type of dress called?
Post your worst outfits.
I used to wear these two shirts in my High School years (believe or not, I lost my virginity)
How do I into morrisseycore?
I really like the look he (and his friends) have in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDdQcfz6pbo pretty kino
I like early 90s morrissey myself
Britfags, i am an amerifag with a weird interest in football casual fashion. i am not a casual fan myself and only seldom (not never) watch soccer (football). i do have a weird fetish with adidas sneakers (trainers) and sportswear brands. however for some reason i like the methodology of what brands casuals choose and what would make them choose one brand over another. i also like learning about obscure brands that almost nobody knows about. brands that you might see as trash in the UK are unusual here, and they have that appeal of no one knowing what the fuck that brand is.
there are some brands that i dont know the status of in the UK, whether you like it or not. whether or not casuals wear it. whether or not anyone wears it. but educate me about it.
These are brands i have learned about during my travels to europe and the UK
>de fursac (their clothing looks very classy but i am not sure on its quality, redpill me on this)
>jack & jones (i dont know anything about this brand, whether its good, decent or trash quality. all i know is all the foreign tourists here in new york wear it and they started carrying this brand in lord & taylor, a department store here)
>le coq sportif
>zadig & voltaire
>frankie morello (i have 1 t shirt from this brand)
>pepe jeans (i see tons of people wearing pepe jeans t shirts in paris)
inb4 chav, inb4 britaboo. i like the fashion of the casuals because to me its the cleanest, smartest way to dress without needing to wear a suit. i hate suits but still want to dress really nice regularly. i find the american prep style to be insufferable and borderline gay. i find the muted colors of the sweaters (jumpers) and polo shirts very appealing. i also really like some of the windbreakers that i see sometimes on european tourists, especially the british.
Which of these bags would go best with a wardrobe of charcoal/navy/grey suits?
As of late, I've fallen in love with the British/Savile Row style double breasted suit as opposed to my usual Italian fare. The high button stance, strong peak lapels, and a straight, structured shoulder with a trim silhouette is gorgeous to me. However I've found it quite difficult to find any ready-to-wear/off-the-rack suits or brands that have such features. I've found Gieves & Hawkes and Chester Barrie currently sell some suits that are close to what I'm searching for but not exactly. I was wondering if anyone here know's of any places or brands that'll cure my lust.
Where can I buy heavy denim jeans that aren't like $350? Looking in Los Angeles but will order online.
Is it wrong to flex 24/7?
Any /fa/ggot know where the shirt on the right can be purchased?
So what brands have the best cost to quality ratio?