Message from Attrition in the desert in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #fashion
There was a right wing clothing company called RWDS, then they disappeared, then I found Western Outlands Supply Co. which had very similar designs, then THEY disappeared...and now The Right Brand - though this one has different designs. Could they be related? Do they get shut down by antifa and rebrand? Or is this all a coincidence?
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RWDS shirts had a terrible fit. I'm skinny and tall, and my Rhodesia shirt fits like garbage
I got two shirts from RWDS. Cool designs but shirt material/fit was meh, yeah.
Meaning, in IE. I own two of their shirts
He should shill more often
No one would probably mind
Got my shirt from The Right Brand today. The material feels awesome and it fits perfectly. Better quality than stuff from RWDS. Very happy
Nice, dude. I was super pissed about my shitty RWDS Rhodesia shirt. I paid $27 buck and it was garbage. I'll get something from there later
Thinking about getting the fash cut, any reason why I shouldn't?
Would you be able to manage it frequently?
Hard parts don't last long, not to mention 1's don't take long to look messy. You'll have to get another cut in a week or so.
its not hard to do the cut yourself
I used to, before I started growing mine out
I get a trim once/month
Yeah I get the sides cut about every 2-3 weeks
3 to 4 weeks for me.
If you wear anything but members only
You aren't white
When you go to the barber or salon for a cut what are the exact words you use to describe the cut? Last time showed a picture of Mike Enoch on my phone and I don't wanna do that again.
"Just fash my shit up, fam"
@micbwilli according to this article it's also called an "undercut" or an "undershave"
wiki calls it undercut https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Undercut_(hairstyle)
@micbwilli if you go to a proper barber it's called an Ivy League or a Harvard clip, tell him you want an Ivy League with a fade for the really short sides, it's blended better than an undercut. Undercuts made a huge come back in the 90s, you don't want that, you want class. You might have to show him a picture to get the sides right.
If you don't want a weight line then you're going to get an undercut.
That bit on the side is the weight line
yeah ask for an undercut or like "disconnected undercut"
he'll be able to understand
say whether you want it faded or not etc
Rate this hat
Favorite outfit atm
Are there any other good pro-white clothing brands?
I'm still trying to find the right balance between being too obvious and being too obscure