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Too 'couple-y'?

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Tech_Head_Rob, Aug 30, 2003.

  1. Tech_Head_Rob

    Tech_Head_Rob TRIBE Member

    Hi kids!

    Since you're all fashion gurus on this board... I thought I'd ask your guys advice.

    I just bought a new pair of kicks and am very pleased with my purchase. They are brand new, black & grey suede Nike Dunks and they look hella fly. The only problem is... my girlfriend has a pair of Nike Dunks. They're her favorite shoes and she wears them a lot... hers are white & maroon though, so they aren't the EXACT same shoe (that would definitely be too couple-y). So here's the question...

    Is owning the same type of shoe, and going out together with the same type of shoe on... too couple-y? If you saw us on the street would you be all 'ugh. get out of high school you losers'? Or would you notice?

    hrmmmm...
    Rob
     
  2. bucky

    bucky TRIBE Member

    the opposite... if someone said that i'd tell them they need to get out of high school.

    now, if ya had on the same exact outfit and same exact sneakers, that'd be a bit different
     
  3. Soundstream

    Soundstream TRIBE Member

    I had "couple-y" shoes, and I mean the EXACT same kind, with someone who I was not going out with. She always wanted us to have matchign outfits. We had several matching FCUK and Ralph Lauren shirts. Also, I was told I had to buy Energie jeans because that is what she wears.

    What does this prove? Well if you think you are a loser for being "couple-y" while you are a couple, I guess I am even one rung lower on the ladder for dressing "couple-y" in a non couple relationship.

    Cheers ... Ian :)
     
  4. litespeed

    litespeed Well-Known TRIBEr

    I nmy deptartment at work we had this fucking broad and her boyfriend working with us... they used to wear matching jackets every day! now that's taking it too far!
     
  5. mingster

    mingster TRIBE Member

    The real question here is "How do YOU feel about it?"

    If you both wear your Dunks and realize that you feel silly-looking, than make your decision based on that. If you feel okay about it, think it's fun, or you simply might enjoy being "coupley" like that, then do it.

    [obvious]Who cares what other people think about it.[/obvious]
     
  6. Aphrodite

    Aphrodite TRIBE Member

    the real question is:

    NIKE?
     
  7. Aphrodite

    Aphrodite TRIBE Member

    as long as you both didn't plan on it. and they are different colours..
     
  8. Tech_Head_Rob

    Tech_Head_Rob TRIBE Member

    i feel fine with it. that's why i bought 'em. i just hope she doesn't freak when i tell her (currently she is in Vancouver. coming home next week! hurray!)

    and yeah, I used to be anti-Nike too... but then I realized all clothing/companies are all the same. So if I'm going to buy stuff I like, I shouldn't pick on Nike [ignorant asshole] (especially when they have such fucking dope kicks!) [/ignorant asshole]
     
  9. R4V4G3D_SKU11S

    R4V4G3D_SKU11S TRIBE Member

    I don't think with shoes its lame.

    As long as its not a full outfit or something like a jacket.
     
  10. smilez

    smilez TRIBE Member

    [valley girl voice] definite fashion faux pas[\valley girl voice]

    ;)

    I refuse to give my opinion on anything even remotely related to relationships:D

    Melissa
     
  11. xtollo

    xtollo TRIBE Member

    have you guys considered doing a matching dance sequence to accompany your purchase?

    now that would be cute as fuck. :)
     
  12. kerouacdude

    kerouacdude TRIBE Member

    it's ok as long as you wear the matching t-shirts: "I Like Blowing Bubbles" & "I'm Bubbles"
     
  13. seeker

    seeker TRIBE Member

    ding ding ding! we HAVE a winner!
     
  14. seeker

    seeker TRIBE Member

    basic & ev, I'm not seeing the significance of 'matching jackets'. what's the deal here? why no matching jackets?

    (my wife and I have matching jackets -- nearly time to break 'em out, too)
     
  15. litespeed

    litespeed Well-Known TRIBEr



    lol
     
  16. feisty boy

    feisty boy TRIBE Member

  17. Booty Bits

    Booty Bits TRIBE Member

    lately i've been seeing couples comprised of:
    1 thugged out guy wearing a basketball jersey
    1 hoochie mama wearing the same jersey, but as a dress

    this needs to stop.
     
  18. seeker

    seeker TRIBE Member

    i've been mocked :(
     
  19. ALEKSANDRA

    ALEKSANDRA TRIBE Member

    Yes I would notice... yes I would laugh... and yes it's too couple-y.

    Why not post a pic of the shoes?
     
  20. PolishPrincess

    PolishPrincess TRIBE Member

    who cares that u have the same shoes!
    its not like ur TRYING to be the same....
    you just both enjoy the same style of shoe..nothing wrong with that...but please no matching tshirts or jump suits!
     
  21. OTIS

    OTIS TRIBE Member

    hmmm... you're both going to hell so what's the difference anyways?
     
  22. R4V4G3D_SKU11S

    R4V4G3D_SKU11S TRIBE Member

    He asked our opininons. I think it looks lame.

    Wear whatever the fuck you want though. For every person who digs a certain style there will be 10 that don't.
     
  23. seeker

    seeker TRIBE Member

  24. geminigirl

    geminigirl TRIBE Member

    I don't think there is anything wrong wearing matching shoes. It's kinda cute and really it's no big deal. But the matching jackets I dunno...lol
     
  25. seeker

    seeker TRIBE Member

    but they're *matching* *jackets*... i mean, come on... if trucker hats are phashunkool, how far off can *matching* *jackets* be?

    to be fair, they don't quite match -- mine's slightly more weather-beaten than hers. oh, and the breast pocket on her's is on the opposite side of mine.

    :p
     

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