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mens jeans by sid vicious - Fri, 29 Nov 2013 22:54:30 EST ID:JnnRlkwZ No.57555 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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ok, so. i've worn many jeans in my life, but my absolute favorite thus far have been american eagle jeans. specifically their low rise line. like the ones i have pictured. theyre just perfect for me. comfortable, well fitting and they look great.

the problem? i have no money these days for their relatively expensive pants.

why im talkin to you? i was wondering if anybody has suggestions for a similar but cheaper jean pants.

ill tell you right now, lee and wrangler are OUT of the question! i wore them when i was younger and hated them. the color, the fit, the feel, all terrible. theyre just not for me

so, does anyone know of a cheap but still good looking/well fitting pair of jeans i could preferably buy new? ive started going to clothes exchange stores and it just sucks scouring their racks in desperate attempts to find descent pair that fit me
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Angus Greenson - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 03:19:26 EST ID:22pPeXKY No.59022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that's kitchen pants though, you WANT grease to build up so you don't lose your genitals to a hot water spill. (not joking, my greasy-ass work pants have literally saved my skin on multiple occasions.)

seriously though i have $20 wal-mart levis from 5-6 years ago that are still perfectly fine despite one million washes and much abuse.
Albert Crombledig - Sun, 13 Jul 2014 23:56:37 EST ID:T/qSL2oQ No.59023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Uniqlo's selvedge jeans.

Amazing quality Japanese raw denim for under $50. My pair has lasted me over a year.
William Breblingbanks - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 22:21:29 EST ID:vm4JjLXZ No.59030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
cant see image
Simon Blatherson - Tue, 22 Jul 2014 00:43:24 EST ID:MOGc3iSc No.59032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I wear N&F WeirdGuy, the fit is nice and they're well made.
Shit Fingerkit - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 15:00:00 EST ID:Kn6IqsXk No.59035 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I just bought a pair of Asos skinnies in indigo. I got them on sale for $38CDN, down from 50 (and apparently I just missed a sale where they were going for $13 to clear stock and are now sold out; can't win 'em all, I guess). I have only had them for a couple weeks and haven't worn them much except for a couple rainy days because it's been too hot.

When I saw that they were on for $13, my initial reaction was "oh fuck, what cheap piece of shit did I just buy?!" but that kind of supersale price is usually just to clear stock from a warehouse. They are a nice mix of stretchy and solid. They feel snug without restricting motion, the stitching looks solid, and I've heard good things from both online fashion forums and a couple guys I know in person.

My problem with jeans (and the reason I won't spend more than $50-60) is that I am really bendy, active, and cavort in nature a lot and I either feel way too restricted by the stiffness of the jeans - especially around the waist and even after breaking them in - or I blow out the crotch by biking so much and being such a bendy, climby monkeyman.

Hopefully they hold out OK. I consider it a victory when jeans are a) not restrictive and uncomfortable, which these aren't already; and b) hold up for a good 6 months.

Good to know Uniqlo's jeans are good. I've heard mixed things about their stuff but never bought.

This concludes my dissertation on men's pantaloons.

dirty white t shirt thread by Shit Pittingdotch - Sat, 21 Jun 2014 18:44:51 EST ID:DNuTj2qC No.58943 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hugh Tillingstock - Sun, 22 Jun 2014 23:09:28 EST ID:DwwC76/n No.58956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The curse of white clothing.
Emma Blythespear - Tue, 24 Jun 2014 15:23:43 EST ID:Kn6IqsXk No.58958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I never wear white shirts any more.

I get one day out of them, that's it. I'm a messy eater and a romper through nature.
Sidney Sasslewit - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 07:16:38 EST ID:XcK0SyUT No.58977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dos com wit blood?
William Breblingbanks - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 22:37:17 EST ID:vm4JjLXZ No.59031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought it was just me
Shit Fingerkit - Wed, 23 Jul 2014 14:41:18 EST ID:Kn6IqsXk No.59034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Me too. Oh God, me too. In the immediate term, I get dirt, grass, bird poop (I have a parrot) and food stains on it. In the long term, it turns brown from my nasty sweaty pits and back because I bike everywhere.

Hey by Nell Blonkingold - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 11:25:32 EST ID:AJca5pJg No.59026 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Go back to /b/
Phoebe Fuckingman - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 14:31:16 EST ID:+bpdnLgT No.59027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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William Breblingbanks - Sun, 20 Jul 2014 22:11:32 EST ID:vm4JjLXZ No.59029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
> http://boards.420chan.org/b
Frederick Pebberbore - Fri, 25 Jul 2014 13:03:03 EST ID:UZT4aIgS No.59044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fuck... i knew something was wrong.
thanks OP

Black Stuff by Charlotte Bringercocke - Mon, 09 Jun 2014 00:20:02 EST ID:Z7Ov2mv6 No.58876 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm not what would fall under "gothic" in fashion or anything, but would it be weird or tacky if I decided to wear black eyeliner, lipstick, and nail polish whenever I felt like it?
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Jack Cozzleham - Wed, 11 Jun 2014 09:41:12 EST ID:6XOGsKHs No.58892 Ignore Report Quick Reply

It might be weird, might be tacky, and would definitely be reminiscent of my secondary school in 2004.
Whitey Bunstone - Thu, 19 Jun 2014 17:16:36 EST ID:hdGXuzws No.58928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it's summer, too hot for all black if youre a daywalker like me
Sly Anbubble - Fri, 04 Jul 2014 07:40:31 EST ID:8w5pUfc6 No.58998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you're good at applying make-up I would say it will work. You don't wanna be walking round with wonky lips do ya? You will get alot of comments, so be prepared for haters labelling you.

It's refreshing to hear there are people bold and individual enough to go for this kind of look.
Phoebe Hambleson - Sun, 06 Jul 2014 12:58:17 EST ID:13oAErgr No.59007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
would be faggy not tacky
Nigel Heblingmone - Wed, 16 Jul 2014 11:11:55 EST ID:MKVsMsQM No.59025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wear black nail polish pretty often because I like the shine it gives, and also I am pale and have long nails so it looks very neat once cleaned up. Hard to put my finger on (pun not intended), it just looks nicer than any other shade of polish to me. I don't have anything else about my "style", such as it is, that could be called "goth" and I get nothing but compliments on my nails, so I doubt anyone'll care about that. I'd also say that black eyeliner is probably the most common colour of eyeliner and that, also, seems inconsequential. Black lipstick, though, that's hard to pull off for most people - and, much like bright red lipstick, if you aren't one of the few people who can pull it off, it'll look extra fucking bad instead. So watch out with that.

Where to buy good prescription sunglasses? by Nigel Bubberbirk - Wed, 02 Jul 2014 19:57:10 EST ID:qJCehGuM No.58986 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Dear /st/,

I'm in a bit of a pickle here. Since about half a year I've been wearing glasses, I'm perfectly fine with 'em, I managed to find a decent pair and all, and now it's summer I really want to wear sunglasses again.

However, all big opticians have really fuckin' ugly sunglasses. It's getting on my nerves. I must admit I'm sort of picky, but eh.

Is there any place I could get prescription sunglasses like these? Or is there an optician that can put prescription sunglasses inside the frame of just random glasses I bought elsewhere?

I do have a pair of sunglasses similar to these, but they're non-prescription, and my vision is too bad to just wear them like that these days, so if I could get them prescriptioned somehow, that'd be fine, too.

Some thin-framed, rounded wayfarers would work for me too if I could only fuckin' find those things.

I think the biggest opticians here (in the Netherlands) are Pearle, Specsavers, Eyewish and Hans Anders, but none of those seem to have what I'm looking for. Could I just have them put prescription glasses in a frame I brought in myself?
John Pockfield - Wed, 02 Jul 2014 20:20:53 EST ID:FtiC/u/G No.58987 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I had prescription lenses put in my sunglasses that I bought online. Your best bet will be to go to whatever opticians you use - I use a little independent place that took mine and sent them off. Mine were RayBans so they might have just known a place that makes senses for those in particular but you may as well ask. Either that or go in and say 'I want something like these, can you get anything like that for me?' or even better, find a pair that you like and say 'get me these please.'

As for thin framed round wayfarers, what about clubmasters? Not quite round but moreso that wayfarers.
Betsy Tillingham - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 06:42:53 EST ID:qJCehGuM No.58991 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sweet, I'll just hop in and ask what they can do.

Regarding thin-framed, rounded wayfarers, I was looking for something like this. (What is this model called? Does it have a name?) Problem is that I'm too much of a broke loser to afford those, as they are 220 euros(300 dollars). I'll try and see if they have a brandless alternative with practically the same frame. Sometimes one is lucky enough to find something like that. Because honestly I don't give a flying fuck about brands. As long as it looks good I'm golden.

I really dig clubmasters on other people but they're the only kind of glasses that don't really seem to suit my face/style, I'm not sure why, as pretty much all other major types of glasses seem to work in one way or another, oh well. .

Thanks for the help! Any other advice or whatever is still welcome.
Jenny Chingershit - Thu, 03 Jul 2014 09:29:13 EST ID:FASQFzRf No.58993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I had a google of 'round horn-rimmed glasses' and these were on the first page. I know nothing about this brand and they're only £55 but if you know what to say to your optician then they can do the rest I guess.
Just don't get them too big they always look the worst if they're too big
Priscilla Fullyhood - Sat, 05 Jul 2014 08:01:11 EST ID:qJCehGuM No.59002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thanks for the help guys, I just decided to bring these to the optician and ask if I could get them prescriptioned, and that was possible.

So yeah, sweet. These are definitely my favorite glasses. And hell, they're pretty practical, too.
Frederick Dartbury - Sat, 05 Jul 2014 17:29:37 EST ID:YQs9/9Zc No.59005 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Netherlands, I dunno. For what you're looking for, I'd get familiar with Barton Perreira and Matsuda. I'm an optician, and I commented regarding this in the last thread about Rx spectacles:


good pair of shades by Jack Chettingbit - Sun, 13 Apr 2014 16:16:46 EST ID:T8RPinSI No.58623 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i smoke a lot of weed and my eyes get really red

i always wanted a nice pair of sunglasses willing to spend up to 200-300
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Ebenezer Greenshaw - Fri, 09 May 2014 15:12:31 EST ID:YQs9/9Zc No.58729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wholesale, around $140-200. Different distributors will do different markups. Contact them for a list of sellers in your area. You can't buy them online.
Frederick Dannerway - Fri, 09 May 2014 20:27:20 EST ID:vRN6eQ0w No.58733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I like the look of these.
Henry Chiffingwet - Thu, 15 May 2014 02:36:33 EST ID:YQs9/9Zc No.58764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Some distributors can order framed matted from Oliver Peoples for an extra charge. This includes the further rounding of the overall details of the frame's edges. The Gregory Peck is popular in a matte black right now, but you can also get it in other matted colors.
Jarvis Shittingford - Thu, 26 Jun 2014 15:50:08 EST ID:ciTpOHuw No.58963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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these Mykitas are very comfortable
John Webbleludge - Tue, 01 Jul 2014 08:53:13 EST ID:a9WtGDnw No.58982 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bought my fake/stolen wayfarers for 15 quid 5 years ago, still have them and got prescription lenses put in. Not quite the same shade of green anymore but I got them polarized too so that makes up for it.

I also rock clear wayfarers, but they're actual glasses. Everyone seems surprised (that I need them to see,) but they're one of the only types of glasses that suit my face so idc. They're legit RayBan and only cost about £80, I got them in black but I wish now that I picked tortoiseshell.

Hank Hill by Fucking Sirrynut - Thu, 26 Jun 2014 16:16:58 EST ID:z+IpHoKg No.58964 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 30 and I looked in the mirror today and realised I dress exactly like Hank Hill.

Do you think I can pull this look off?

I'm pretty similar to the second on the left
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Graham Fonnermidging - Sat, 28 Jun 2014 06:29:13 EST ID:XTdGv3Uh No.58973 Ignore Report Quick Reply

What Doris says is correct.
I have little to no ass but I wear my jeans low (not stupidly low, but the top of my jeans are just off my hips) and nobody notices. In fact I've surprised two people so far after they went to slap my ass and sort of went further than they expected haha.

Also do squats/lunges if you want to build it up. It's working for me so far.
Lydia Donningdock - Sat, 28 Jun 2014 08:22:02 EST ID:6oqRQivW No.58974 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Well it's not really my ass by itself, it's also fat legs. At least larger pants hide the fat, or rather, they hide its shape. Fitting pants shows your fatness to the world. Isn't that worse?
Jenny Dartlock - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 01:39:08 EST ID:XTdGv3Uh No.58976 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Oh I didn't realise you were overweight too, I'm sorry.
Always wear clothes that fit. You will look 10x better in good fitted jeans (not too baggy, not too tight, THE CORRECT LENGTH) even if you are 300 pounds overweight, than someone wearing clothes that are too baggy/tight.

Nobody is fooled by a fat guy wearing baggy clothes, it's just a fat guy wearing baggy clothes. If you're wearing clothes that fit people will at least think that guy can dress himself. Although the important thing is confidence, if you really can't get behind wearing more fitted clothes then stick to baggy if you can be confident in it.
Henry Tootshaw - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 03:49:17 EST ID:SYZLG56W No.58978 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have a friend who dresses like Hank Hill when he's going out, like clubbin' and shit. He does a lot of drugs, has aspergers, and he sleeps with more women than anyone I know.

Just embrace it, OP.
Edwin Shakelock - Mon, 30 Jun 2014 12:18:59 EST ID:uft+tqjE No.58980 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've noticed that knock kneed people have insanely muscular calves and chubby thighs

you might be slightly knock kneed

Chinese to American clothing sizes by Therm0ptic !RhIffWEaOE - Wed, 28 Aug 2013 17:37:22 EST ID:zLR8ZE9H No.56437 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to buy this jacket from China and I am American male. I am a 6'1" American with like a 35" waist and a 35 1/2" chest. What Chinese size is the one I should buy?

Barnaby Nicklebanks - Wed, 28 Aug 2013 21:07:04 EST ID:phtSKKIp No.56451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You sure your chest is 35 and a half inches?
That's an American small. 38's a medium. 40's a large.
With a 35 inch waist I feel like you would be closer to American XL or L in shirts just based on most people's proportions. Measure your chest again homie.

Also those clothes are built for tiny Asian frames (pic related), found at the bottom of the listing. Anyway if you know your American sizing you should be able to find the appropriate sketchy Chinese sizing from the attached pic.

Also also, you probably don't want to buy this at all. The reviews look like bots. Be prepared for a very cheaply made coat.
Hannah Billingson - Sat, 14 Sep 2013 15:53:58 EST ID:u/EERwyo No.56594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
don't buy that it will fit like shite and will fall apart
Whitey Bunstone - Thu, 19 Jun 2014 17:23:10 EST ID:hdGXuzws No.58930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm a medium in US sizes, XL everywhere else.
kii奇異 !!irkvzJZe - Fri, 27 Jun 2014 23:36:58 EST ID:B1+pYI62 No.58970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
4Çhan's fashion board has a long rant explaining why you shouldn't buy shit like this. Basically, it doesn't look actually look or fit like it does on the picture, and the quality is shit.

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