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#51 2013-09-29 14:33:35

Leer R.
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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

I once had trews made out of a pretty nice lightweight cloth. After two seasons they just disintegrated... The only consistent stuff at H&M really seems to be stuff made in Romania. Far better than the rest, if you look carefully, you can make out in the store what the better stuff is. There was a nice overcoat, good polka dot scarfs, and a good and sturdy looking wool Harrington jacket, too. Anyway, I like it, it didn't cost a fortune and it seems pretty well made... I bet they could make good Ivy sacks better than any Keydge for a fraction of the price... ;-)

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#52 2013-10-19 11:18:33

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

 

#53 2013-11-04 13:12:30

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...


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#54 2013-11-07 03:41:35

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

 

#55 2013-12-02 12:56:51

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#56 2013-12-02 13:00:43

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Seeing both those avatars together remind me of the hokey-cokey !

 

#57 2013-12-15 09:26:26

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

New domain!!!!

maennergarderobe.blogspot.co.at

 

#58 2013-12-15 11:17:59

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Could you update us on your blog a bit more frequently? It seems as if there is nothing new going on.

 

#59 2013-12-15 12:20:56

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

You are right, not so much going on... I will let you know! There is a new interview on the way... Stay tuned!


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#60 2013-12-15 12:25:20

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Waiting!

 

#61 2013-12-26 05:35:33

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Tour de Mod part III!

With Daniele, who we all should know on here wink smile

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#62 2013-12-26 06:03:11

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

^ Unfortunate barnet though...


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#63 2013-12-30 08:23:47

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Reworked some of my posts today... Added some pics etc... Did some updates. smile

 

#64 2013-12-30 08:37:44

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

When are you going to updayte them next?

 

#65 2013-12-30 09:00:29

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Kingston1an wrote:

^ Unfortunate barnet though...

I recall him sporting some super cool looks back when he posted on Talk Ivy.  Not too keen on this new look though.


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#66 2013-12-30 09:05:17

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Worried Man wrote:

Kingston1an wrote:

^ Unfortunate barnet though...

I recall him sporting some super cool looks back when he posted on Talk Ivy.  Not too keen on this new look though.

He always mixed and matched between Mod and Ivy... So this supposedly "new" look has always been part of (his own) game... I personally liked his college boy haircut better, but Daniele is Daniele - a supercool and relaxed guy, that's one of the nicest people around... smile


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#67 2013-12-30 09:33:41

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

He definitely looks cool.


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#68 2013-12-30 09:53:45

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

To clarify, I'm not taking a whack at Daniele's style, just saying the very Italian / mod thing isn't my taste.  He obviously drew inspiration from the Italian / mod thing when he posted here, but not in such a heavy dose.


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#69 2013-12-30 10:08:52

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Worried Man wrote:

To clarify, I'm not taking a whack at Daniele's style, just saying the very Italian / mod thing isn't my taste.  He obviously drew inspiration from the Italian / mod thing when he posted here, but not in such a heavy dose.

I concur with my learned friend WM ,that whole European mod scene leaves me a bit cold.


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#70 2013-12-30 10:39:24

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Armchaired wrote:

Worried Man wrote:

To clarify, I'm not taking a whack at Daniele's style, just saying the very Italian / mod thing isn't my taste.  He obviously drew inspiration from the Italian / mod thing when he posted here, but not in such a heavy dose.

I concur with my learned friend WM ,that whole European mod scene leaves me a bit cold.

I'll give him this... He definitely seems to know what he's doing with it.


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#71 2013-12-30 12:51:42

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Armchaired wrote:

Worried Man wrote:

To clarify, I'm not taking a whack at Daniele's style, just saying the very Italian / mod thing isn't my taste.  He obviously drew inspiration from the Italian / mod thing when he posted here, but not in such a heavy dose.

I concur with my learned friend WM ,that whole European mod scene leaves me a bit cold.

I don't think that the European take on the Mod thing is very different to the Brit Mod scene... Everything I saw in London that was "Mod" could have been in Vienna, too... I think the Italians have a different take on clothes in general. That's the main difference... they are far more expressive - they always were smile


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#72 2013-12-30 13:08:17

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Leer R. wrote:

Armchaired wrote:

Worried Man wrote:

To clarify, I'm not taking a whack at Daniele's style, just saying the very Italian / mod thing isn't my taste.  He obviously drew inspiration from the Italian / mod thing when he posted here, but not in such a heavy dose.

I concur with my learned friend WM ,that whole European mod scene leaves me a bit cold.

I don't think that the European take on the Mod thing is very different to the Brit Mod scene... Everything I saw in London that was "Mod" could have been in Vienna, too... I think the Italians have a different take on clothes in general. That's the main difference... they are far more expressive - they always were smile

What you saw in London is European,we are Europeans in London too Dom


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#73 2013-12-30 13:32:37

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Armchaired wrote:

Leer R. wrote:

Armchaired wrote:


I concur with my learned friend WM ,that whole European mod scene leaves me a bit cold.

I don't think that the European take on the Mod thing is very different to the Brit Mod scene... Everything I saw in London that was "Mod" could have been in Vienna, too... I think the Italians have a different take on clothes in general. That's the main difference... they are far more expressive - they always were smile

What you saw in London is European,we are Europeans in London too Dom

big_smile wink that's right. You are the first Brit EVER mentioning that, at least the first mentioning that to ME tongue


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#74 2013-12-30 13:58:50

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Re: A blog from someone not so "new"...

Leer R. wrote:

Armchaired wrote:

Leer R. wrote:


I don't think that the European take on the Mod thing is very different to the Brit Mod scene... Everything I saw in London that was "Mod" could have been in Vienna, too... I think the Italians have a different take on clothes in general. That's the main difference... they are far more expressive - they always were smile

What you saw in London is European,we are Europeans in London too Dom

big_smile wink that's right. You are the first Brit EVER mentioning that, at least the first mentioning that to ME tongue

LOL  even if a few of us do not like to admit it you cannot argue with geography.


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#75 2014-01-06 13:31:14

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