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    • This hits a key point for me, and is why I phrased things they way I did. Might have been head-to-toe, but you wouldn't know it because no blatant logos / signaling. The saturation and association (both Supreme and ACR) have absolutely tweaked some of my own behaviors, but not to the point of the OP where one is selling everything off (or losing actual interest - perhaps more importantly e.g., 'clothes' vs. culture and symbolism). That said, isn't 'modifying your behaviours/interests because of what's popular or what other people are doing' the literal definition of collective-centric behavior? Maybe I'm being too pedantic (or not enough?). How stand-alone do you have to be for a negative reaction to actually become individual-centric behavior instead of just plain-old contrarianism? Lots of gray area for sure...
    • indeed, indeed, I retract: full wabash has my definite approval... [not that I have tried, for a moment I did look at the pherrows wabash tux offering, but the 555ca chore top pocket looked too Union Jack/half Iron Cross-ish...] ... triple stripes wabash best achieved with use of waistcoat ...    you mix and match stripe directions: with a piquant admixture of horizontal and vertical you might actually look plaid from a distance... although for the sake of summer pattern clash bedazzlement: I actually like hickory with camo: stripes with a bit of good ol' flecktarn [not as shirt tho...]
    • @Max Power It's good! But I think you could easily size up to have more room in the thighs.
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    • ya for me, the interactions were few and far inbetween but it did make up the majority, also the level of dissonance was high for my personal values. the difference for me in this example and the fake taco bell / ll bean situation is i don't care about impact related to society. the scale of the impact doesn't matter in my own mind. cause it's purely about what i think  about my own actions and experiences and whether they feel true to self (an ever changing one at that) or not. like it's not the fear of any shame or embaressment from any person or society that would make me want to stop me from eating tacobell / buying LL bean. but simply my own volition and shame for self
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