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      06-28-2006, 10:39 PM   #45
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wow...what a response and it seems most are 50/50.....ive asked some of my female friend this question and she said, "oh it's because it's unique and no other girl has it." I replied, "oh you mean like the one that girl is wearing over there?" She told me to shut-up
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      06-28-2006, 11:08 PM   #46
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my jeans are limited.. there not made in mass amounts.. less than a 1000 for sure for the whole world. once they sell out there done.. they dont remake them.. so its kool

so you think they'll be a "collectors item" some day


dude, they're pants............

nobody's going to think you're "cool" with limited issue pants, even if they were only 40 bucks
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I don't wear jeans, Im from the northeast where i wear nothing but khakis and pastels!!! hahahahah
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wow...what a response and it seems most are 50/50.....ive asked some of my female friend this question and she said, "oh it's because it's unique and no other girl has it." I replied, "oh you mean like the one that girl is wearing over there?" She told me to shut-up
WOW LMAO............
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      06-28-2006, 11:38 PM   #49
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My name is dtmryan and my mommy makes my jeans!
your mom is slave labor




tell her to speed up production, the M3 is coming!
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so you think they'll be a "collectors item" some day


dude, they're pants............

nobody's going to think you're "cool" with limited issue pants, even if they were only 40 bucks

woah woah..i dont care what other people think about my pants i just dont want to see everyone else rocking the same pair of pants as me plus its japanese denim...
FYI.. they are worth money..i can resell them for more any time.. b/c theyre already sold out.. if you knew how much shoes and clothes are worth you probably wouldnt be talking.. but i guess some people either know it or dont..


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My name is dtmryan and my mommy makes my jeans!
uhhhh what are you talking about?? who said anything bout my mom making jeans?? its pretty funny cuz it doesnt make any sense..


Personally i think a lot of people care what they wear..typically only in major urban cities such as NY, LA, SF, and more..If people want to spend more money to dress better(quality/look) thats up to them.. Fashion in these cities are more then just a trend.. its a subculture/lifestyle, belive what you want.

but thats just my 2cents.
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My mom buys my jeans.
shit with all that posting you do, funny you have time to even wear jeans
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woah woah..i dont care what other people think about my pants i just dont want to see everyone else rocking the same pair of pants as me plus its japanese denim...
FYI.. they are worth money..i can resell them for more any time.. b/c theyre already sold out.. if you knew how much shoes and clothes are worth you probably wouldnt be talking.. but i guess some people either know it or dont..



uhhhh what are you talking about?? who said anything bout my mom making jeans?? its pretty funny cuz it doesnt make any sense..


Personally i think a lot of people care what they wear..typically only in major urban cities such as NY, LA, SF, and more..If people want to spend more money to dress better(quality/look) thats up to them.. Fashion in these cities are more then just a trend.. its a subculture/lifestyle, belive what you want.

but thats just my 2cents.
I understand. I know a couple people obsessed with Nike SB Dunks. It's just another hobby except you wear it.
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      06-29-2006, 12:10 PM   #54
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when buying jeans, i look for the look, comfort, and fit. i think the most i'd spend is $100. my cheapest pair of jeans are a pair of dkny's i found on the clearance rack for a whole $14. my most expensive pair are buffalo's that i picked up at loehmann's for $60.

my ex-gf loved jeans. her closet had around 50 pairs, and they're all $100-300 each.
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the most i paid is $350 for some BBC jeans, but i know people that spend a $1000 on RMC jeans
im interested with that kind of jeans. i want jeans that is uniqe or limited only....

the most expensive jeans i got is TRUE RELIGION about $300++ i like the style and fit, plus im into fashion (used to be a RAMP MODEL):rocks:

PLUS: its funny you will drive a BMW and you will step out of the car looking poor in my opinion only dont mean to insult somebody dont get upset
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im interested with that kind of jeans. i want jeans that is uniqe or limited only....

the most expensive jeans i got is TRUE RELIGION about $300++ i like the style and fit, plus im into fashion (used to be a RAMP MODEL):rocks:

PLUS: its funny you will drive a BMW and you will step out of the car looking poor in my opinion only dont mean to insult somebody dont get upset

yeah, becuase we all know that driving a BMW makes us all special and better than anyone else.

I'm not some kind of feminine man who's concerned about what kind of pants I'm wearing.

A real man isn't concerned about having 150 buck jeans.

A skinny well dressed man, I have some concerns about
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PLUS: its funny you will drive a BMW and you will step out of the car looking poor in my opinion only dont mean to insult somebody dont get upset
i usually wear shorts....and cut-off wife beater t-shirts......

i'm a BUM on wheels foo........

i didn't know jeans had names.....WOW......in my case.....i look for the cheapest ones.
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I'm not some kind of feminine man who's concerned about what kind of pants I'm wearing.

A real man isn't concerned about having 150 buck jeans.

A skinny well dressed man, I have some concerns about

So it's acceptable for a man to be concerned with the cars he drives, the woman he marries, the home he lives in, the size of his office... but if he care's about being well dressed he's feminine?

I think a real man is concerned with presenting himself in the best light possible. Both figuratively and literally in all aspects of his life. In regards to clothing, we buy $1000 suits and made-to-measure shirts, why should we not put the same interest into our casual clothing?

What concerns do you have about "a skinny well dressed man"?
I in no way mean for this to come across in a negative fashion, but I'm looking forward to hearing this.
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What concerns do you have about "a skinny well dressed man"?
I in no way mean for this to come across in a negative fashion, but I'm looking forward to hearing this.
he's from san francisco....enough said....
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most i ever spend was around $800 ... i love jeans i have more then 80 pairs iam worse then a girl lol ..my mom says all the jeans i have i couldda bout 2 more e90's lol
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So it's acceptable for a man to be concerned with the cars he drives, the woman he marries, the home he lives in, the size of his office... but if he care's about being well dressed he's feminine?

I think a real man is concerned with presenting himself in the best light possible. Both figuratively and literally in all aspects of his life. In regards to clothing, we buy $1000 suits and made-to-measure shirts, why should we not put the same interest into our casual clothing?

What concerns do you have about "a skinny well dressed man"?
I in no way mean for this to come across in a negative fashion, but I'm looking forward to hearing this.

there's a strong difference between being well dressed and only buying jeans that are really expensive/rare/some odd brand I've never heard of.

I agree that presention is important, and it's important to dress nicely, but the whole designer jeans is taking dressing nicely to the next level. A real man isn't concerned which brand of jeans he's wearing, as long as they're comfortable and/or nice looking.


what do you think about a man that takes 45 minutes to make his hair look right?

Any man with designer wallets/messenger bag/$300 obnoxious sunglasses is (why doesn't this forum have that limp wristed smiley)
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there's a strong difference between being well dressed and only buying jeans that are really expensive/rare/some odd brand I've never heard of.

I agree that presention is important, and it's important to dress nicely, but the whole designer jeans is taking dressing nicely to the next level. A real man isn't concerned which brand of jeans he's wearing, as long as they're comfortable and/or nice looking.


what do you think about a man that takes 45 minutes to make his hair look right?

Any man with designer wallets/messenger bag/$300 obnoxious sunglasses is (why doesn't this forum have that limp wristed smiley)
I think that a man should care about how he presents himself and looks, I mean the first thing people notice is how you look, no one said that you have to wear expensive clothes and designer jeans, shirts, glasses, and carry expensive wallets etc etc, but at least present yourself in a mature manner, don't come to a business meeting with baggy jeans and an Ecko shirt.

If I buy expensive clothing (jeans/shirts/shorts) its because I like the way it looks, but I'm reasonable about how much I'm going to spend on clothes and how many clothes I have/buy. I'm not going to buy a shirt and not wear it or buy an excess amount of clothes that I couldn't wear in my lifetime. I own a couple of different pair of shoes to match with different outfits, but again I don't buy all of them at one time, most of the shoes are a couple months old between each other, but I keep them in pretty good condition, so I can still rock them. The most I've spent on jeans is $120, but I have a pair of jeans that are $230, I recieved them for a birthday present. I have a couple of shirts that were $90 but I also recieved those as gifts. The most I alone, spent on a shirt, was $50. Genetic Denim's are NICEST most COMFORTABLE jeans you can buy. =]
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The most I've spent is $100 on Mavi jeans and I love them. My boyfriend has some Mavi's that he got on sale for like $40 a pair and he wears them all the time.
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yeah, becuase we all know that driving a BMW makes us all special and better than anyone else.

I'm not some kind of feminine man who's concerned about what kind of pants I'm wearing.

A real man isn't concerned about having 150 buck jeans.

A skinny well dressed man, I have some concerns about

NO-Fashion!

Dude im not a skinny guy that i know! im SEXY
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So it's acceptable for a man to be concerned with the cars he drives, the woman he marries, the home he lives in, the size of his office... but if he care's about being well dressed he's feminine?

I think a real man is concerned with presenting himself in the best light possible. Both figuratively and literally in all aspects of his life. In regards to clothing, we buy $1000 suits and made-to-measure shirts, why should we not put the same interest into our casual clothing?

What concerns do you have about "a skinny well dressed man"?
I in no way mean for this to come across in a negative fashion, but I'm looking forward to hearing this.

agreed
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