Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Outlier, May 5, 2018.
Vintage western shirts and boots from Sheplers or Cavenders and Levis from Kohls or Pennys.
North of 50 & playing in bars...I'm just striving not to look like a tool up there.
Roger Waters: Black T Shirt, Black Jean's and White Sneakers.
Why white sneakers? It always bugs me.
I actually got a pair of black Timberland chelsea style... pretty nice, but I think they're too big. Not sure if you are suppose to size down or that's just how boots are suppose to fit?? They seem a little loose.
Well, the first link brought me to a page with this as one of the top items for stagewear. Don't think I can quite pull it off.
You gotta get a few pair and send back the ones that don’t fit.
Well, it did say for the daring . . .
It is amazing how many people ignore the OP to say what they’d wear.
Coolest rock clothes are often custom. Rare and Uniqueness matters. Take something and change it.
Target and h&m lots of slim fit stuff
It depends on what you like. I like clothing that's equally at home at the rock show and at the funeral parlour. Sleek, good cuts, good fabrics, solids mostly, and fit is everything. I'm a sucker for collarless lapels. I spy cool stuff most anywhere; thrift stores, vintage clothing shops, T.J. Maxx, Ross, Target, wherever. I shop on the cheap often, I guess it's sort of a hobby.
I always go to "Soul Train Fashions" !!
I usually pick up my stage wear in Las Vegas or Melrose Ave.