Graphic Tee's

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Jsweet, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. Jsweet

    Jsweet Ouch, denied.

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    What's "in" as far as graphic tee's go? I want to transition from Polo's to Tee's. Right now I pretty much only have an assortment of Billabong/O'Neil/Hurley/Volcom Tee's, I like the fit :o
     
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    :rofl: If only you knew the demographic that those brands serve in Australia
     
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    i personally like tees from stussy

    www.stussydirect.com shipping is expensive..look for them at your local streetwear or skate shops
     
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    surfers right?
     
  6. Jsweet

    Jsweet Ouch, denied.

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    But, theyre soft and fit just right :o
     
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    DVS SHO 93 machine of hate

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    few things I like, but I dunno if I could buy stuff without trying it on. especially if I've never seen anything else from that brand personally.
     
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    ahh kinda but usually zero style city teenagers and jocks with no style ...
     
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    what brand is it?
     
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    DVS SHO 93 machine of hate

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    I dont remember. there was only a couple of things I would actually consider wearing. Some had cool designs, but not my kinda thing.
     
  11. Jacy

    Jacy red lipstick brigade

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    over in america, it's bros and pretty much zero-style city teenagers and jocks with no style
     
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    :h5: well there you go
     
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    :werd: what is it with people having huge Volcom stone stickers on their cars :ugh2:
     
  14. firemunki

    firemunki I am the patron saint of lost causes

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    i won't pretend to be as "in" as most of the people in this forum, but as far as those brands go, Billabong/O'Neil/Hurley all three of those are pretty much dying

    volcom is still slightly alive...

    element may be dying as well but i still love some of the stuff they put out. I also really like mystery and LRG but to each his own
     
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    don't write Billabong off just yet, as a business they are really great and will stay at the top through various means, adjustments, etc. I have faith... just don't like their clothes :rofl::hsugh:

    O'Neil fell off ages ago. Hurley and Volcom have a bit more edge, so expect to see a bit more longevity if they play it right, even though the stuff is a bit too 'bro' for me. Element are a bit too skate but if you want that then great.

    LRG is still a huge name in street wear / sneaker culture, I think this one will prove as steady and strong as Stussy has been for countless years.
     
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    Stussy got started making hats and shirts for surfers in Hawaii.


    Now he's, like, a millionaire, he parties like 24 / 7. In Hawaii.
     
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    firemunki I am the patron saint of lost causes

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    i agree with you completely...i think i just worded it improperly

    I'm going to use my college campus and my personal preference for most of the following statements (mind you, i've been drinking, a lot)

    billabong isn't really going anywhere. they have been around for a while now but the designs are generally lame and most of the people you see wearing it are incoming freshman. Wearing billibong really does remind me of being in middleshcool/highschool/freshman year

    O'Neil...they are fucked, they used to make cool board shorts back in day though :dunno:

    Hurley has some cool designs but again, a lot of it feels extra-juvenile. Granted shopping in a skateshop isn't the classiest of places to pick up your new wardrobe, but at the same time i don't want to feel like I'm in high school all over again

    Volcom is still alive, i shouldn't have said slightly, but i feel like they just copy a lot of what other brands are doing. Volcom used to be one of those quicksilver/billabong brands where all they did was plaster their name dead center on the chest of their shirts and call it a day... Now they are competing with brands that put artwork into their shirts and have started reciprocating. I suppose this is what any company would do if they had to compete in a market where "what is popular is popular" though....


    fawk...for the underagers in this thread, alcohol is bad
     
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    Jacy red lipstick brigade

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    I agree with madd.

    As for the original poster, at least he's realizing that it's time to revamp his wardrobe :)
     
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    One of my friends just started up a company similar to uneetee. It is www.designbyhumans.com basically people submit designs, people vote on them and then they are added to the website for people to buy. There is only about 7 shirts on there right now, but like i said, it just started. I like the style of a couple of them on there
     
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    Every shirt I liked is OOS :o
     
  24. Jsweet

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    I don't emulate the style, I just wear the shirts :o
     

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