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Re: List of Ken Outfits

Postby actionman81 » Sat Feb 26, 2011 4:00 am

Looks like a mix of two or more outfits-

The safari jacket looks similar to Get Up And Go safari- http://www.manbehindthedoll.com/7706.htm

But the pith helmet is more like this Dream Date fasion- http://www.manbehindthedoll.com/719_2.htm

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Re: List of Ken Outfits

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Re: List of Ken Outfits

Postby actionman81 » Thu Mar 03, 2011 4:13 pm

It looks like Ship Shape (Twice as Nice reversible fashion) http://www.manbehindthedoll.com/4885.htm

Or this Go In Style Fashion (with different shorts and shoes) http://www.manbehindthedoll.com/68040-93-3.htm

Honestly, it looks like his Animal Lovin' Ken outfit (as does the other safari outfit) based on the clothes model- shorts with cuffed legs, short sleeved shirt or rolled up shirt sleeves, open closures at the chest. I mean it looks like they used the same model and just changed up the clothing colors. Nothing's wrong with that! :D -Omar
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Re: List of Ken Outfits

Postby Dinoco » Thu Mar 03, 2011 11:06 pm

Mix them both, and you basically have it. I mean, the Hawaiian shirt isn't exact, but it's still obviously a Hawaiian shirt.
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Re: List of Ken Outfits

Postby Emma-in-Candyland » Mon May 23, 2011 9:33 pm

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Re: List of Ken Outfits

Postby ellie-jessie-eve » Tue May 24, 2011 7:07 am

Snazzy outfits! Makes me more excited for the short! But Ken's smallish head bothers me.
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Re: List of Ken Outfits

Postby Emma-in-Candyland » Tue May 24, 2011 8:52 am

ellie-jessie-eve wrote:Snazzy outfits! Makes me more excited for the short! But Ken's smallish head bothers me.


Thanks dude :) !
I should post pictures of my collection here :p

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Re: List of Ken Outfits

Postby SimonSmith » Mon Sep 07, 2020 6:33 am

I believe these toys have influenced general men's fashion. Yes, you might say it's usually the other way around, but .. It was Ken who was first taken as the look for comfortable and loose clothing. It seems to me that it was this prototype that gave us the most comfortable things that we consider commonplace now. Here's an example of men's underwear. I was forced to wear classic models when I was little. But now I only prefer boxers)
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Re: List of Ken Outfits

Postby Sien » Mon Sep 07, 2020 8:12 am

SimonSmith wrote:I believe these toys have influenced general men's fashion. Yes, you might say it's usually the other way around, but .. It was Ken who was first taken as the look for comfortable and loose clothing. It seems to me that it was this prototype that gave us the most comfortable things that we consider commonplace now. Here's an example of men's underwear. I was forced to wear classic models when I was little. But now I only prefer boxers)


I also think that boxers are the most comfortable underwear for guys)) This was my first independent choice)) I still find interesting models for everyday wear, click here for more. This online store offers original fabrics that breathe, such as bamboo. I am absolutely delighted with this. You can check my words on your own experience. I assure you you will not regret)
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