Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Squidward, Dec 16, 2019.
I don’t have logos on any of my shell suits.
I'm not a fan of big logos on clothes myself, it's personal preference though.
I don't mind what brand I buy, as long as it's good quality and looks nice, the more subtle the logo the better for me.
You tell him he looks silly, i'll watch from a safe distance
He wants to watch where he's pouring that flask of tea, or it's ganna be arl ower.
I don't wear no bait designer brands, I spit deep bars in my black top, yo.
"In order to express my individuality I am going to dress like a corporate clone!"
With a statement like that, you'd best post some pics of yourself up, show us what 'real fashion' is, kid...
Were Firetrap ever a good brand? I bought a few pairs of their jeans but they always seemed to be a bit naff compared to levis
Friend of mine had one of their jackets in the late 90s. He got mugged a lot because people thought he's the type to be carrying loads of cash...
They used to be,until sportsdirect took them over
OP clearly isn't an alpha male.
Well I never!
Admittedly I only knew about them a decade or so ago when i was after some cheap jeans. They even came with a, not so Gucci, free belt!
You leave my humongous JNCO jeans that are all ripped up at the bottom where I tread on them with my huge boat-like Osiris skate shoes, my wallet chain, chrome ball necklace thingy and baggy Kobain-esque striped jumper that is equally tatty due to the DIY thumb holes I cut in it OUT OF THIS, you MONSTER
Nothing I wear that isn't to do with fitness has an obviously visible logo. You should be able to tell the quality of a thread from how it feels and wears. Don't need a showy logo? Does a fine suit or waistcoat have a logo showing who made it? No!
Sort it out.
i assumed they get paid for the advertising?
I was just about to say, clothes with large logos should be discounted for the advertising
You go back to sorting your eyebrows.
I wouldn't have said they're anything special. It was only summat like £80 back then, IIRC... but this was in Watford, so it might as well have been £180!
This isn't exactly a nice suit, is it?
"Doo doo do-doo doo........ Nice suit. John Phillips, London... [grins]... I have two myself. Rumor has it Arafat buys his there".
Bet he's never been top revenue earner either
I have quite a lot of t-shirts with large logos on them saying things like Metallica, Slipknot, Nirvana, Black Sabbath etc. Does this make me a chav too? Or is only certain logos/brands that get classed as chav? Any chance of sharing the list of what is and isn't chav?
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