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The Black 01
When the world goes post-apocalyptic this is how I hope we all dress.
I would so wear all of this.
All I can think when I see this is: wow videogames are slowly intruding into fashion.
I can’t think of a single post-apocalyptic game that has fashions like that, since the ones i play have everybody wearing leather jackets and HAZMAT stuff because the apocalypse kinda sucked as far as weather was concerned. But maybe it’s…i dunno. Final Fantasy looks like this, right?
I have noticed this too. Most post apoc fashion is based stuff like Mad Max, or is just for looks. IE biker leather, Mohawks gelled hair, etc.
The only game that I can honestly say that does it right is Surivrium.
I mean like jayce said. How good is this stuff gonna be in:
- the cold
- the heat
- in camouflage
- in long distance foot travel
- in modularity
- general hardwork
- in a fire fight
The moment I see somebody in the apocalypse wearing that stupid shit, I’m shooting them out of principle.
I think STALKER and by extension Surivrium have by far some of the most realistic clothing for the that sort of environment.
Want to see what post apocalyptic fashion will look like? look at what homeless people and traveler kids wear.
Fallout gets an honorable mention. It has a good mix of clothing. And it’s important to remember that clothing varies depending on environmental conditions.
The Road got this perfectly
I’d kill to dress like this
Mornin bagels & coffee in my new Roshes. Boy chillin with the mangos yo. #nike #roshe #run #mangoV2 #cloudy #altamont #shorts #bagels
I’m just going to give up on trying to cop the Tokyo edition Roshe Run mids, I found a nice price on eBay but being at work makes it hard to shop, and I lost out. I’m happy I got the Londons but c’mon, Tokyo was so much better…
Black Moth Super Rainbow was awesome, having never seen them live. It wasn’t packed at the Metro, which was find by me. I drank a lot of caffeine.
Thinking outside the box today outfit wise, its chilly so I put on a funnel neck #hoodie I scooped for $7 on top of a gray waffle 3 button henley, some H&M #Spring ‘13 #slim black #denim and my #Roshe #Run #qs #london #mids going for a gray/olive/black to reciprocate the feel of this cool rainy day.
René Jules Lalique (6 April 1860, Ay, Marne – 5 May 1945, Paris) was a French glass designer known for his creations of perfumebottles, vases, jewellery, chandeliers, clocks and automobile hood ornaments. He was born in the French village of Ay on 6 April 1860 and died 5 May 1945. He started a glassware firm, named after himself, which still remains successful. - Wikipedia
Why don’t I have like 14 of these?