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    International Regular DCC_legend's Avatar
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    Jumpers etc- Henleys, Billabong, Reebok, Adidas, Next.

    Shirts/ T-shirts - Cente-red, Nike, Adidas, Reebok, D2 original, Harvey.

    Jeans, Trackies etc - Soviet, Hoi Polloi, Firetrap, D2 Original, Cente-red.

    Shoes - Timberland, Rockwood, Kickers, Reebok, Adidas, Nike, Wrangler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbinator View Post
    Just wanted to see my fellow CWers' dressing styles and favourite clothing stores and/or brands.

    For me, the likes of Enyce, Fcuk, Adidas, Nike, Sean John, Puma, Gap, Tommy Hilfiger, Athletes World, Roots, Foot Locker, Champs do the trick.

    I just put on whatever I can find on my bedroom floor that doesn't smell bad.
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    Whatever is comfortable. No interest whatsoever in 'brand names', which are just an excuse to spend more money for the same quality stuff you can get a lot cheaper.
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    Shoes - Fantastic Green, White, and Yellow combination on my best pair, might have to show you them. No brand, they are just flamboyance and outlandishness at its best. When it comes to the real deal, I have the perfect cream slip-ons.

    Trousers - A wide range of jeans keeps me equipped for almost every occasion

    Shirts - I do have a lot of 'smart shirts', but recently I've gone for casual, non-collar type look. Long sleeve shirts are a regular fixture, and the odd ben sherman here and there, and something with a bit of colour (Sounding gayer by the minute)

    Tops - I am really more of a jacket man. I think all of them are from Burtons aswell, some killer clothes in there, don't care what anyone says.

    Other - A very slick scarf, and an overcoat which would kill Mourinho's, seriously, my overcoat is the epitamy of sexy clothing.
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    Interesting rangs of shirts and ties with a fantastic eye for co-ordination.
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    Honestly can't see the point in spending $50 extra just because a piece of clothing has a specific label on it. In saying that, I have been criticised for only having one "oufit". Jeans, jandals and a rugby jersey. Best way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney Rubble View Post
    Can very rarely be seen without a pair of jeans on
    Thank God for that.

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    Bitch please, I'm from West Yorkshire
    I sorta like the non branded stuff that is good quality like H&M and others. I pretty much always wear black jeans, not that super baggy/skinny nonsense, just normal suff, although they are always balck. I'm not a goth though.

    I restrict myself to Green Flash and Osiris when it comes to shoes, and stuff like that.

    When I play any type of sport, I always wear my trusty Adidas response hockey shoes and my Canterbury Socks, very comfy. Have to wear my Gray Nicholls stuff for cricket, love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman View Post
    Thank God for that.
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