here's to growing up| save no prayer - dimepiece spring 2011.

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Once upon a time I was a street wear enthusiast.
Like a crazed out Hellz Bellz wearing, Married to the Mob toting, Stussy repping FOOL.
I mean because who doesn't want to wear a in yo grill graphic tee between the ages of 17 and 21?
Somewhere along the line I grew up and realized that my style, just like my life, was changing, and my wardrobe was making a change with it.

That's when I started investing in staple pieces that would last me for years.
I started refining my ability to spot unique items I could hold onto instead of discard after one season.
And in a sense I feel out of love with a lot of street wear brands.
It's like they stopped growing...

Through all the breaking up with brands I've done over the last couple of years, I never fell out of love with Dimepiece because they've never stopped growing up. It's almost like they've grown and evolved at the same speed as my tastes and style (if that makes any sense at all).

Spring 2011 will be epic, just because of this collection.
Thanks for evolving Dimepiece.
Don't ever stop.

[more @ the avantguardian]


  1. I completely agree! It's like they have a direct line into my brain!

    As for streetwear- Who still wants to buy $40 t-shirts with the same tired graphics and slogans recycled again and again?*cough*marriedtothemob*cough* That's not to say that I don't still like to throw some streetweary pieces in the mix, but that's what it is nowadays- a mix.

    And thanks for the linkage<3

  2. jess you know me all too well. seriously.


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