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Opinions on which jacket is nicer please.

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banned6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#2
both gay as a maypole,however the black one is the lesser of both evils
#3
Well I prefer the grey colour as it looks more modern but the black would 'go' with lots of outfits whereas not sure about the grey one....
banned#4
Snakebite
Well I prefer the grey colour as it looks more modern but the black would 'go' with lots of outfits whereas not sure about the grey one....


That's what I'm thinking:thinking:
banned#5
The black one. You can wipe the blood off black leather a lot easier.
#6
FilthAndFurry
That's what I'm thinking:thinking:


Yeah I think I would go for the black one as I would get more use out of it.....
#8
The black one..
[mod][Moderator]#9
Throttle Leather Biker Jacket
£350.00
Def much more stylish
#10
def the black one :) i have one a bit like that myself!!! (a bit more girly though obviously!)
#11
They're both foul, but the second one is marginally less foul.
banned#12
Trickyjabs
They're both foul, but the second one is marginally less foul.


+1

If you want to get beat up you should join a boxing club less expensive then paying for that rubbish and getting the slaps in the street
#13
Both are suitable....if you are starting up an 80's Spandau Ballet Tribute Band I suppose.
#14
i actually like the grey one - but i'm a woman! :)
banned#15
Think I'll get both. The black one is a classic and will last years, the suede will last a year.

I'll attribute the negative comments to being old/unfashionable/northern.
banned#16
FilthAndFurry

I'll attribute the negative comments to being old/unfashionable/northern.


You missed one


'I'll attribute the negative comments to being old/unfashionable/northern..straight'
banned#17
Paddy Charlie
You missed one


'I'll attribute the negative comments to being old/unfashionable/northern..straight'


Because the one thing gay men aren't known for is their fashion sense:thumbsup:
#18
FilthAndFurry
Because the one thing gay men aren't known for is their fashion sense:thumbsup:


And their lack of constipation.
#19
geegee-pinata
i actually like the grey one - but i'm a woman! :)


they are womens ? :shock:
#20
FilthAndFurry
Because the one thing gay men aren't known for is their fashion sense:thumbsup:


northern unfashionable....... now you have tickled me:lol:

gay men arent trend setters or style icons either


dont like either jacket and i dont mind all saints stuf.....f too womanly those
banned#21
casparwhite
northern unfashionable....... now you have tickled me:lol:

gay men arent trend setters or style icons either


dont like either jacket and i dont mind all saints stuf.....f too womanly those


Hahahahaha....hahahahaha.

But seriously....http://i.zdnet.com/blogs/nelson-muntz.gif
#22
name a "trend" kicked off by gay men then and name me some style ikons

pictures from the simpsons really dont back up your point very well
banned#23
casparwhite
name a "trend" kicked off by gay men then and name me some style ikons

pictures from the simpsons really dont back up your point very well


Disco ---->new wave.
The 'Heavy Metal' look of Rob Halford
Hair rock.

Tom Ford
Alexander McQueen
James Dean
Marlon Brando (both at the very least bisexual)
Gianni Versace
Jean Paul Gaultier
Domenico Dolce and Steffano Gabbana
Valentinos (both Rudolph and Garavani)

the list could go on and on...
#24
FilthAndFurry
Disco ---->new wave.
The 'Heavy Metal' look of Rob Halford
Hair rock.

Tom Ford
Alexander McQueen
James Dean
Marlon Brando (both at the very least bisexual)
Gianni Versace
Jean Paul Gaultier
Domenico Dolce and Steffano Gabbana
Valentinos (both Rudolph and Garavani)

the list could go on and on...


i didnt ask you to list gay designers............:roll::roll:

never mind........judas priest says it all
banned#25
casparwhite
i didnt ask you to list gay designers............:roll::roll:

never mind........judas priest says it all


The whole 'metrosexuality' thing is rooted in homosexual iconography - if there's a bigger worldwide fashion icon of the last 5-10 years than David Beckham then please name him:thumbsup:
banned#26
FilthAndFurry
The whole 'metrosexuality' thing is rooted in homosexual iconography - if there's a bigger worldwide fashion icon of the last 5-10 years than David Beckham then please name him:thumbsup:


LOL Beckhams your fashion icon no wonder you like those lady boy jackets

http://lagalaxy.theoffside.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/01/beckham-sarong.jpg

http://www.teenvogue.com/images/blog/beauty/david_beckham_300x4001.jpg
#27
FilthAndFurry
The whole 'metrosexuality' thing is rooted in homosexual iconography - if there's a bigger worldwide fashion icon of the last 5-10 years than David Beckham then please name him:thumbsup:


david beckham isnt gay and jjust because the gay press decided to front page him doesnt take his appeal away from straight guys now does it.........

you are choosing a straight man as a gay icon, point proven really

oh yeah and he's northern!!!!
banned#28
casparwhite
david beckham isnt gay and jjust because the gay press decided to front page him doesnt take his appeal away from straight guys now does it.........

you are choosing a straight man as a gay icon, point proven really


I said he was an example of metrosexuality which has it's roots in homosexual iconography - I know you're smarter than this:thumbsup:
#29
FilthAndFurry
I said he was an example of metrosexuality which has it's roots in homosexual iconography - I know you're smarter than this:thumbsup:


metrosexuality is a hybrid...............its not gay and its not straight it takes from both


itrs also not what we were discussing

he is straight
banned#30
Paddy Charlie
LOL Beckhams your fashion icon no wonder you like those lady boy jackets


http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2009/6/11/1244731481332/David-Beckham-unveils-a-g-001.jpg

The crowd, many of whom had been there since 9am, jostled for space on the pavement, already crowded because of the tube strike. As the first billboard of Beckham to appear in London was unveiled, the crowd cheered and wolf-whistled their approval. One girl was sick with excitement over the barricade. His wife, Victoria Beckham, was inside the store, in personal shopping.
banned#31
casparwhite
metrosexuality is a hybrid...............its not gay and its not straight it takes from both


itrs also not what we were discussing


You wanted trends 'kicked off by gay men' - metrosexuality is your answer. You can look at the influence of 'Queer Eye...' or any number of fashion houses run headed by gay men in the late 90s/early 00s.

Fashion is a 'trickle down' medium.
banned#32
FilthAndFurry


The crowd, many of whom had been there since 9am, jostled for space on the pavement, already crowded because of the tube strike. As the first billboard of Beckham to appear in London was unveiled, the crowd cheered and wolf-whistled their approval. One girl was sick with excitement over the barricade. His wife, Victoria Beckham, was inside the store, in personal shopping.


That can be explained by the stupidy of some people. I mean Jedwards can get 1000's of people sceaming to see them are those fools fashion icons as well.

Are you sure she was sick with excitement??
banned#33
Paddy Charlie
That can be explained by the stupidy of some people. I mean Jedwards can get 1000's of people sceaming to see them are those fools fashion icons as well.


Maybe in Ireland they are:whistling:
#34
Good generalisations there F&F, but as requested you haven't pointed us in the direction of one trend kicked off by gay men.
banned#35
FilthAndFurry
Maybe in Ireland they are:whistling:


Are they baws!! The Irish hate them its the british that go crazy for them. Hopefully they stay over here and never go back to Dublin
#36
FilthAndFurry
You wanted trends 'kicked off by gay men' - metrosexuality is your answer. You can look at the influence of 'Queer Eye...' or any number of fashion houses run headed by gay men in the late 90s/early 00s.

Fashion is a 'trickle down' medium.


how was metrosexuality kicked off by gay men...........

straight men are not allowed to use moisturizer and take care in their appearances......without being branded............

journalists labeling nonsense
banned#37
casparwhite
how was metrosexuality kicked off by gay men...........

straight men are not allowed to use moisturizer and take care in their appearances......without being branded............

journalists labeling nonsense


If we are going to be childish - name one trend kicked off by straight men:stocking:
#38
FilthAndFurry
If we are going to be childish - name one trend kicked off by straight men:stocking:


sorry but i dont buy into the latest journalists bullcrap

ive been taking care of myself since my teens , i was there buying patrick cox wannabees, paul smith shirts, comme de garcons trousers, dries van noten knits......etc etc

i dont class myself as no metrosexual tho, maybe im not fashionable enough to be labelled:roll:


you were the 1 with the childish retorts btw.......i asked you to explain your gay unnorthern ikons

and you reply with a manchester straight man
banned#39
casparwhite
sorry but i dont buy into the latest journalists bullcrap

ive been taking care of myself since my teens , i was there buying patrick cox wannabees, paul smith shirts, comme de garcons trousers, dries van noten knits......etc etc

i dont class myself as no metrosexual tho, maybe im not fashionable enough to be labelled:roll:


you were the 1 with the childish retorts btw.......i asked you to explain your gay unnorthern ikons

and you reply with a manchester straight man


gay:whistling:
#40
Both jackets are terrible, but if you want to pay the best part of £1000 to look terrible it's up to you...

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