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    Quote Originally Posted by bae View Post
    I pretty much wear Duluth Trading, Carhartt, Royal Robbins/5.11, Filson, Schaefer Outfitter, antique LL Bean, and various woolen items sourced from wherever.

    Catch me on a fashion runway near you.
    A lot of those brands got more expensive during the lumbersexual trend, but that seems to have peaked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LDAHL View Post
    A lot of those brands got more expensive during the lumbersexual trend, but that seems to have peaked.
    My designer 30-something son-in-law definitely turns a tidy profit when he sells vintage Carhartts at flea markets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catherine View Post
    My designer 30-something son-in-law definitely turns a tidy profit when he sells vintage Carhartts at flea markets.
    It’s interesting how many hipsters (is that still a thing?) like to dress like dairymen, deer hunters or lumberjacks on the weekends. Or how many portly poltroons like to adorn themselves with tactical gear as if they were SOCOM tier one operators. I also suspect not everyone I see in scrubs are actual medical professionals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catherine View Post
    My designer 30-something son-in-law definitely turns a tidy profit when he sells vintage Carhartts at flea markets.
    Darned hipsters and lumbersexuals really drove up the market. I noticed that Filson adapted and came out with their “Seattle cut” of some of their items - slimmer fit for style, instead of layering, and lighter weight material, because the customer was wearing the item in a craftbrewgastropub not the woods.

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    At the pinnacle of the fashion pyramid, we see professional beauties adopting the “naked dress” and “free the nipple” trends.

    The empress has no clothes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LDAHL View Post
    At the pinnacle of the fashion pyramid, we see professional beauties adopting the “naked dress” and “free the nipple” trends.

    The empress has no clothes.
    some of the bare flesh Oscar outfits were awful this year, but I will say that at least one of them was an after party outfit and the reporting media didn't make that clear. It was still stupid fashion, but perhaps less shocking for the occasion.

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