Garrett's low budget look

I wasn’t attempting to put together a low cost budget outfit it just worked out that way. Windriver shirt from Marks clearance rack $13.99. Levis 501’s from a local liquidation store $15. A pair of Merrell Rant Brash shoes from Winners $49.99. Also rocking a Tommy Bahama watch from Winners $39.00 that matches the shoes (black leather & orange) Its off in my hand but I also was wearing a Brooklyn Nets Mitchell & Ness hat.


Windriver LS Shirt

Windriver LS Shirt

Sizes to 5X[/fourcol_one] [fourcol_one]

Levi's 501 Jeans

Levi’s 501 Jeans

Sizes to 46[/fourcol_one] [fourcol_one]

Merrell Rant Shoe

Merrell Rant Shoe

Sizes to 15[/fourcol_one] [fourcol_one_last]

Tommy Bahama Watch

Tommy Bahama Watch

Grand Prix Watch[/fourcol_one_last]

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    rogerdodgerTX 5pts

    This is really only "streetwear" if the streets are in some gay enclave or area such as Chelsea, West Village, or Greenwich Villages, or West Hollywood, or the streets of gay San Franscisco. Sorry, unicorn t-shirts are passe and really only appropriate in a campy way, for people under 30 years of age. 

    Anything other than this, it looks age inappropriate to say the least. It just looks silly.

    Djmikebiggz 5pts

    For real. Hella not "streetwear". Not even close to original either. This look is super common in SF for gay big guys. I'm not saying it's a bad look or he's dressed badly, but the author might need to do her homework before posting stuff like this and labeling it
    streetwear". Come on now.

    AndyJordan 5pts

    This is not streetwear.  As a big and tall gay men, who also happens to be a streetwear designer... I'm bothered by this.  Nothing about this is streetwear, except that he's on a street.  He looks like any middle America poorly dressed guy.