Post clothes you would get instantly ASAP without overthinking if you had unlimited amount of money.
And the grey version. You know, I have unlimited amounts of money after all.
:-; so pretty. it's my dream dress. Alexander McQueen Autumn/Winter 2013.
I like this woman's dress as well.
Lina Cavalieri, 1910s.
Scanned from "Decades of Fashion" by Harriet Worsley.
this whole outfit. it's like comfycore rick and it's so strange but it works really well
i would buy a SHITLOAD of jewelry, mostly rings, to fuck around with
Undercover 85 Arts & Crafts Jeans
real hender scheme MIP 1s dont have a swoosh
and finally, these bad boys
Ann Demeulemeester Back-laced Vitello Boots
hmmm.. can't remember where I found those ones I posted, but they also look legit
I just checked and they're indeed by The Shoe Surgeon. Only difference from og hender ones is the logo though, and the guy is not even planning on selling those. Even if he did, I prefer them without the swoosh, so that's great.
Me and you both
Also the scab jeans and couple of more items from that collection
Probably the wool sleeve rider jacket from UC and 'she brings the rain' maymay jacket while I'm at it. And Guidis.
Dior Homme Combat boots
Not clothes but this in black
this for starters
after that bespoke suits in all main colours
after that I'll probably trash the slp site
>buh-but I need a knife if someone tries to rob me
>pull out supreme knife while actually being robbed
>5 more muggers jump out and also want your shit now
seriously though that knife is fucking gay
How do you like them, and for how much did you get each? Care to post some pics?
Nice, I also want some other pieces from the scab collection. Guidis are cool, but I wouldn't cop until I have the wardrobe to pull them off.
There's this UC parka with the Can lyrics text printed in the back in grailed for a decent price if you're interested.
>Guidis are cool, but I wouldn't cop until I have the wardrobe to pull them off.
I don't really know if I have much of a wardrobe for them but I don't really care.
Not a huge fan of that parka, there was Underman jacket for pretty cheap in grailed a while ago which was pretty cool though.
>not aiming for the GOAT leathers
shaking my head to be honest
TFW had a chance to cop these on sale but I didn't know anything about jap sizing back then. Only had size 3 which is actually my size.
I will never be able to get over the fact that the only size 4 pair of these I have ever seen sold shortly before I sold two of my personal grails to buy them... so I didnt have any of my grails. Listed a PH long blazer and an Exploder Parka (og drkshdw with shoulderstrap) so I could cop them, then the pants sold and my two pieces sold shortly after... I used the 2k I had after that to buy a shit load of smaller pieces on y!jp. Still pretty upset about the whole thing.
I'd agree if it was 'She Brings the Rain' on a more normal biker jacket.
The tee is up there too though
I like the hoodie part, on regular biker it would be kinda boring
Though I don't really feel the print on the front side of it if I had to name a down side.
this as well to be frank
The Undercover "Adventure" line is probably some of Takahashi's best work tbqfhfimo (To be quite frankly honest family in my opinion)
Same guy you replied here, I do think it's a but too gimmicky, have a clothing piece, slap some post-punk band on it, and call it art. But that doesn't deny the fact I don't want it
Well aware friend, the owner is a jew and wont let em go for less than 1k when obv no one will pay that. Plus size 3 UC is too small for me. Im a 32-31 but my thighs fit a 34 because I squat/booty.
I've always thought Acronym was cool, but could never afford it. Though recently I've been playing with the idea of converting my current wardrobe (mostly visvim, engineered garments, and supreme) into practical techwear and a few acronym pieces.
Techwear is super weird to me because wearing functional technical clothing has been basically been the most obvious thing to do because of my active life style and weather conditions changing a ton constantly where I live. And being attracted to dark colors, in a way I've dressed 'techwear' all my life, but I just don't plain like it as a style at all. Also it's not very versatile on it's own and it always has very sporty and certain 'active' feel to it.
I wouldn't just completely go for techwear, if you like it, save up and get pieces that work with your wardrobe and that you certainly will use. Then start building it from there if you are absolutely certain that you want to go full on tehc.
I saw a really good fit on sufu of tech pieces, while not completely looking techwear. pic related.
Tech is honestly hit or miss. I have a tech-y jacket (visvim x supreme tradesman) already and that really hits a sweet spot between classic materials (corduroy) and technical aspects (goretex and taped seams).
The first small purchase I'm going to try out are some low-key tech pants and a pair of adidas ultra boosts
Practicality in clothing is probably the most appealing part of techwear to me, as it is with you. I'd say techwear does have a sporty feel because of how streamlined it tries to be.
I live in Maryland, and the weather isn't as bad as other states, but shitty weather is still shitty weather you know?
have been looking for a vintage sukajan in my size for a long time. with unlimited funds, i'd get one made custom.
really, really like this. would cop immediately.
did i mention reversible? yeah, reversible too.
the top half of this.
i guess the whole thing if money means nothing.
visvim is way more affordable than acronym. there is actually a secondhand market, so you can get good deals.
my brotha, I love visvim and eg and my acronym shell goes over em perfectly.