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post #1 of 6
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Yes, I'm unfortunately one that is hooked on watching the train wreck that is "Jersey Shore". But Pauly D was wearing this shirt on one of the episodes and I absolutely love it!  I'm a huge fan of various shades of blue in a variety of my shirts and this is no exception.  I've included the image below in the hopes that someone can help me identify the maker/designer of the shirt so I could possibly track one down and buy it.

 

At first I thought it was an Ed Hardy or Affliction shirt but can't seem to find this one anywhere... Any ideas/suggestions?  Here's the pic:

 

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Thanks

 

PJStyles

post #2 of 6

Man I really hate to be that guy but.....please tell me you're kidding. You aren't really going to wear something like this, right?

 

Anyways just in case you arent kidding its probably something like Aqua.

 

eta - if it looks anything close to Ed Hardy or Affliction then why would you want to wear it?

post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 

I hear what you're saying :) lol... I just have a fetish for blues and liked the way it was used in this shirt.  That said, you're probably right.  I did end up finding out it's a Xzavier Holy Spirit shirt in Carolina Blue.

 

What brand shirts or t-shirts do you think would be more appropriate?  Looking to freshen up my wardrobe.

 

Thanks

post #4 of 6

I guess it really depends on what style of jeans you wear. Give me the brands and cuts(boot, skinny, straight, relaxed, etc.) and what types of shoes you wear and Ill give you my opinion on the shirts that would look good with it. In the end, it only matters that you like it though. So you can take my advice and try the stuff on but if you feel it doesnt work for you the discard it. I will tell you that most (good looking) women stay far far away from guys who wear the jersey-shore-esque shirts.

post #5 of 6
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I typically wear True Religion and Diesel jeans.  In True Religion, I usually go with boot cut or straight leg.  All my Diesel Jeans are boot cut.  Most of them are on the darker side rather than lighter denim.  I have a few diesel and Guess tops I wear but looking to add a lot more to my t-shirt and long-sleeve shirt collection.  As for shoes, typically I will wear black thicker sole shoes with my jeans when going out.  I also wear running shoes with them of course but the tops I'm looking for are more for going out at night than the day-time casual wear.

 

Let me know what other info you may need.  Appreciate the honest feedback.

 

PJStyles

post #6 of 6

Well for going out at night and the style you mentioned I believe a shirt like this would be good for you: http://store.diesel.com/DIESEL/detail/tskay/230223AD/cod10/38166161KD/mm/125 or http://store.diesel.com/DIESEL/detail/tskay/230223AD/cod10/38200907PN/mm/125. Definitely cuff/roll the sleeves up slightly as seen in the pic of the first shirt. Also Diesel T shirts are good for wearing out during the day. I also suggest that for wearing bootcut jeans out at night you look into some good chukka style boots(Clarks maybe) or booties(like Steve Madden Thomson booties which are sold out, unfortunately). Here are some examples of those:  booties are better for straight leg jeans like viker or safado or larkee: http://www.stevemadden.com/Item.aspx?id=57795&np=128_421-144_428      and then Chukka style are good for bootcut like zathan or zatiny: http://www.onlineshoes.com/mens-clarks-desert-boot-grey-leather-p_id212133?adtrack=froogle&term=Men%27s+Clarks+Desert+Boot&offer=&ci_src=14110944&ci_sku=252628   I would venture to say that Clarks Chukka style desert boots are the best style for price you will find. They are similar style to shoes you would pay at minimum several hundreds of dollars for and you can find them sub $100 normally. 

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