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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

Jacket

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- Fri, 21 Jul 2017 19:25:50 EST MzhhUMT5 No.61505
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I've been trying to find a seller of this jacket for a fucking week. Any help would be very much appreciated.

This t-shirt Ad uses Nazi Swastikas to share Peace, Love and Freedom

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- Sat, 15 Jul 2017 12:34:37 EST rfDeQug8 No.61497
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This video advertises a clothing line which uses redesigned Swastikas as the main theme. Apparently the aim of this Ad is to destroy the stigmatization of the Nazi Swastika connecting the symbol to new meanings: Peace, Love and Freedom. Very interesting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1V0hVmi0C40
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Molly Ningerson - Sun, 16 Jul 2017 23:33:41 EST exEIgn2t No.61499 Reply
>>61497
Right when the board starts to pick up goddamnit
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Sophie Brennerdock - Tue, 18 Jul 2017 09:28:35 EST slBnk6zs No.61501 Reply
Fuck off and kill yourself, Nazi pig.

how many is too many? wardrobe size

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- Tue, 20 Jan 2015 11:19:47 EST U73K+tjn No.59756
File: 1421770787576.jpg -(1091455B / 1.04MB, 2688x1520) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. how many is too many?  wardrobe size
i'm interested to have a discussion about what everyone considers a minimal amount of clothes or at what point does it become excessive? whether in the retail price or the quantity you own

i used to have a thing for clothes and trainers - ended up having too many (picture from years ago) and thought it was getting a little tastless and unnecessary... have really been trying to cut down and own about 9 pairs now (3 beaters, 3 everyday, 3 premium pairs) and just wear the same pair of jeans everyday and 1 other pair for "nice" occasions

clothing wise i've cut down massively, but considering selling all of my designer stuff - stone island jackets/shirts/jumpers for instance with 3 figure resale prices

my wardrobe would still be fine without it but a part of me likes having the items, even if i'm not nearly as absorbed in buying clothes or caring as much anymore - whats left are the finely curated, absolute "best of, personal favourite" stuff

no need to sell but sometimes i ask why i'm bothering with such expensive clothes, these items will last for life though, i've pretty much settled on a wardrobe that should last me the next 5 years because i gotta save money for other things now that i'm in university

i paid for a lot of these through selling on my used clothes, it's effectively cashing out an ongoing investment - i've been on ebay for several years just recycling my wardrobe and going on ebay shopping sprees with the money
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George Borringham - Mon, 11 May 2015 16:28:48 EST tg+plVy3 No.60144 Reply
>>59756

is 19 pairs too many? i used to have around 30 including my skateshoes but they got tacky
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Martin Mendersidge - Fri, 15 May 2015 00:57:21 EST iT/fsTGh No.60154 Reply
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I got high and wandered into this fashion place on accident

I got 6 different flannels
5 different pairs of jeans
2 cargo shorts
1 pair of shoes
11 socks

and only 5 undawears, which bums me out sometimes
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Phoebe Hankinwell - Fri, 14 Jul 2017 13:34:54 EST WZd63WLo No.61496 Reply
your shoe accumilation is beutiful

Long Sleeved Shirts

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- Thu, 13 Jul 2017 17:30:37 EST qMw4UBR8 No.61494
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Today I realized what my wardrobe is lacking. Long sleeved shirts!. It just skips from short sleeved shirts to hoodies and jackets. I need to strike that middle ground. Where do I get some cool-ass long sleeved shirts? Also, I have marks on my arms that I pick at when I get nervous. I think having them covered up would help me resist that urge and let them heal.
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Cedric Greenhall - Thu, 13 Jul 2017 19:03:54 EST exEIgn2t No.61495 Reply
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>>61494
I present to you, the raglan. Not short sleeve, not long sleeve.
Not too long, not too short. Just right.

your style

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- Sun, 10 Apr 2016 22:08:16 EST zpFkPIye No.60818
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i dress like this

>>pic related
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Graham Hongersare - Thu, 04 May 2017 01:46:55 EST 5NGI0mbB No.61448 Reply
>>61447

Thanks. I've seen it around a lot and find it quite good looking, but I didn't know the name.
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Ernest Brammerwore - Tue, 09 May 2017 14:33:41 EST RZn/5zyQ No.61452 Reply
>>60818
other than the little skirt thing, it's not a bad outfit.

help me

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- Wed, 16 Nov 2016 15:35:06 EST 4Co59zEg No.61211
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what is best type glasses for baby face & haircut
haircut preferably should be be able to be made by myself
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Ian Drubbledock - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 19:41:35 EST t10babYP No.61480 Reply
Your nose is relatively short and your chin is long, so you'll want to balance with a high-sitting bridge. You need something bolder at the top to compensate for your weak brow line and give you more masculine definition. Clubmaster styles like those by Matsuda, Lunor, Oliver Peoples, even the one from the new Gucci collection would look pretty good on you.

I'm an optician.
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Eliza Tillingwell - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 23:19:28 EST 1x9H3li6 No.61481 Reply
the hair on the sides and back of your head should be shorter than the hair on top of your head. take a #1 or #2 and give yourself a fade

Boots

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- Tue, 30 Sep 2014 03:48:49 EST eq6rMRqj No.59341
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Fall is here! Time again to lace up your favorite pair of boots. Post your boots and/or your favorite brands and styles.
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Rebecca Chabblehood - Thu, 11 May 2017 09:25:05 EST ORbPLK9I No.61454 Reply
>>61453
Hi I'm looking for these exact boots, I promise I won't turn up to the same party as you wearing them.
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Isabella Wavingstone - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 17:56:43 EST E4JkgxCq No.61472 Reply
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Pic half-related.

I'm historically a DM man. Right now I'm riding out the last few months of my bottle green 1460's. Always look after my boots, but these days (due to the predominantly Asian manufacturing) the quality has dropped in a noticeable way.

I'm looking for something reminiscent of the attached pic, however I don't want 10,000 buckles or stamped inlays fucking everywhere.

Advice /st/?
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Shitting Honeyridge - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 03:08:08 EST exEIgn2t No.61476 Reply
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>>59341
I lowkey really want to get a leather pair of these for winter.
But i feel like a man wearing these would make people see them as a gay prostitute

Self made T-shirt

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- Wed, 26 Apr 2017 06:31:26 EST 4vSbFT3U No.61432
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Hey guys,

what do you think about this self made "Gucci" shirt, would you buy something like that if you were at a festival for example, if yes how much would you pay?
It is meant as a joke of course but I kind of like the way it turned out and I also think it is a fun statement on today's brand culture.
Peace
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Isabella Pannerman - Sat, 29 Apr 2017 02:27:31 EST uft+tqjE No.61438 Reply
You made a joke with colors, people like that.

I wouldn't wear it but someone would buy it.
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Nathaniel Sennernetch - Tue, 02 May 2017 13:59:29 EST 64k4DKGY No.61443 Reply
Its well done, Im not a fan of the design but it has good quality.
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Sophie Davingwater - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 22:56:40 EST 9Gxp4BXv No.61470 Reply
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>>61433
>$350 bucks for a Gucci bag
Yeah, try $1,000

Tracksuits

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- Fri, 12 May 2017 09:19:40 EST dqlQxJir No.61455
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I ma excited about buying myself a tracksuit! I just don't know which brand to choose, there are lots of good brands (apparently) and I'm going to mostly wear it while riding a bike and hiking/running so it has to be comfy during a couple of hours sweating. I'm pretty skinny and tall so do I choose baggy or fit?
What tracksuits do you like? Which brands are to be avoided?
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Emelianegro !2iyFNTAIpU - Sat, 13 May 2017 20:21:41 EST L/1xNPcg No.61457 Reply
I like Dope tracksuits.
Well, not all of em but they make the best right now since Dada Supreme in the 90s
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Fanny Babberfoot - Wed, 24 May 2017 15:56:26 EST xSj5ct90 No.61465 Reply
I only ever wear mine lounging around so I don't know about doing sport but I always go for the baggy ones. Slim fit ones look kinda gay. If you don't mind buying used you can get them cheap on ebay, I have never bought a pair of trackies new. Get Umbro for the scally points.
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Charlotte Dartfoot - Wed, 31 May 2017 08:57:58 EST GTBHhHCA No.61468 Reply
I roll with something like those in your pic. Fuck people who say you can't use them in public. They're comfy as fuck and look pretty good IMO.

Poorly translated Asian clothing

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- Thu, 09 Mar 2017 02:31:47 EST 4YCVmPlE No.61382
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is there anywhere I can order this sort of nonsense from?
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Nell Fackleridge - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 22:38:29 EST sp4FbbmG No.61398 Reply
>>61382
aliexpress for small orders, taobao for large orders
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Ebenezer Fubblechane - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 21:55:34 EST lQgf5wHL No.61429 Reply
lol when i was in taiwan i was going through a night market and saw a shop selling hundreds of varieties of shirts with english text, and about 10% of them actually made sense. in asia english is regarded as cool and modern, generally, though few can speak or understand it (just like retards here who wear chinese characters on their clothes or get tattoos without any knowledge of the language). the shopkeep lady was absolutely astonished that most of her shirts were nonsensical/misspelled and honestly looked embarrassed and angry. maybe i shouldn't have told her lol.
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Shit Blottingdock - Fri, 26 May 2017 07:29:32 EST xSj5ct90 No.61467 Reply
>>61429
There was a chinese kid in school who always used to wear hoodies with random words like SPORTS or AUTHENTIC all over them, shit looked fucking hilarious

color

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- Tue, 16 May 2017 09:44:41 EST ORbPLK9I No.61460
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hi /st/
i have a problem.
pretty much everything i wear on a daily basis is black, aside from a shirt which you'll only see if the collar pops out.
how do I add color to my outfit? i pretty much wear work clothes day in day out, in a casual office.
>pic related, it's what i look like all the time
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David Secklelat - Thu, 18 May 2017 10:53:31 EST b9DXQnzf No.61463 Reply
Accenting black can look really good. It's a nice way to add 'color' to your look without adding real color. it makes you stand out and some people can really fucking pull it off. try doing things like wearing white tees under your black hoodies, or finding caps and hoodies with white accents(white stripes, buttons, tags etc). Shoes can be huge too. The thing about working with such a small color palette is that it's easy to look mediocre and blend in with almost everyone else. If you can keep a sense of actual style with your shit, it'll make you stand out as 'that guy who wears always wears black but damn does he look good in it' instead of 'that guy who always wears black who is so boring i'm getting bored just talking about him right now'.

Dressing kind of fancy can be fun. If you can pull it off. Only go for a look if you can pull it off, by the way, not because some male model or Johnny Depp looks good in it. Fedoras are a good example, because most people look like morons in them. Most people don't realize this because they're thinking they look like James Stewart or something. So anways, dress nicely if you can do it. A few nice buttons ups from american eagle are a casual take. A really button-down shirt from Zara or Express is a lot more formal but also a lot more stylish. It can be very GQ, as they say. That's another way to add something to your wardrobe without sacrificing your black. They can still be all black but if they fit right no one will even notice
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David Secklelat - Thu, 18 May 2017 10:56:53 EST b9DXQnzf No.61464 Reply
>>61463
fuck fuck that first sentence is supposed to be "Accenting white with black can look really good". The rest of the post doesn't make so much sense without that part
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Graham Pommerridge - Thu, 25 May 2017 05:14:02 EST uft+tqjE No.61466 Reply
>>61464
whites with accents generally look Slavic or Spanish to me

hairs

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- Sun, 26 Feb 2017 18:07:25 EST bZE07fNL No.61373
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I've had pretty long hair for awhile now but I'm growing tired of it. What kind of style should I aim for with my egg shaped head??
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William Brosslekug - Sun, 07 May 2017 04:52:04 EST exEIgn2t No.61450 Reply
>>61373
You should lose the beard imo. You seem like you have a pretty good jawline and beards are usually used to cover up a shitty one
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Eugene Buddlelurk - Tue, 09 May 2017 12:27:04 EST bZE07fNL No.61451 Reply
thanks dudes, I haven't cut my hair yet because I'm a pussy, but the beard is off because I definitely agree. I like my jaw :-)

Advice for Gurls

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- Mon, 02 Nov 2015 06:29:35 EST PYFQC6U8 No.60537
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I've scanned through this board in search of some sort of inspiration and I found that there's been like only 2 or 3 threads ever that deal with women's fashion, so maybe I should start one? I'd love it if this became a thread for people to post images of outfits they liked worn by women or etc.

Anyways I came here myself because I'm feeling lost on what to wear anymore. I'm a girl and I've always had a tendency towards cross-dressing or trying to appear androgynous, I've basically always worn comfy tshirts and flannels/sweaters and pants, now as I'm getting older I feel more comfortable with the idea of expressing some feminity and I feel like I don't want to dress so sloppily anymore. I've already just gone through a phase of wearing high-waisted shorts and short skirts and adhering to the popular fashions right now, but I just don't find them comfortable? I'm also not that interested in looking "sexy" anymore, I'm done showing off my legs or bust, I hate showing too much skin with all these trends and the unwanted attention they bring. I still want to look good though? Wat do?

>TL;DR how do I dress stylishly as a woman but still stay modest when all the trends seem to be pushing towards immodesty?
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Phineas Subbersure - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 06:51:30 EST MsKpxuLH No.61422 Reply
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OP, first off, you should narrow down your body type, then pay attention to what silouette you're leaning towards portraying. After that, you'll have a way easier time picking out clothes for your sense of style.
By paying attention to your body type, you'll be able to see what looks good on you and why. By paying attention to silouettes, you'll be able to see which one you prefer and what hemline and waistline matches that.
Pic is an example of common runway sillouettes.
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Nell Turveylock - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 23:19:58 EST F6BSDmP9 No.61423 Reply
>>61077
I memba Quicksilver!
Memba wearing skate shoes with no laces and wearing your hat backwards?

>I memba
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Basil Blythewill - Thu, 04 May 2017 12:09:29 EST 5mnrtCJt No.61449 Reply
>>61423
>Memba wearing skate shoes with no laces and wearing your hat backwards?
only the coolest motherfuckers rocked no laces
I memba


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