We've noticed that Curtains has been partial to a sleeveless denim-jacket in recent times but, realistically, this is a particularly unforgiving item of gear which shouldn't be attempted by anyone who isn't a 70s NY Puerto Rican gang member or Lemmy.
However, we've spotted a couple examples of the armless jean-jacket which are, at the very least, interesting takes on the look :
The Hub festival last weekend saw Tuf Tim Twist going for the old skool Popmaster Fabel painted denim look and he manages to pull it off, if only for of the ridiculouslness of a 40-something white bloke from the U.K attempting the look in the first place and the painted graf' on the jacket itself being pretty good.
On the flip-side, we have this hesher, recently spotted by Killa Barratt, who's gone for the metal-take on the look :
Your author can't call it on this one. If our subject is a bonefide hesher who just wants to celebrate his love of those pre-whigger crossover days when metallers looked like proper metallers and not members of the Boo Yaa Tribe then he should be applauded, but should this fellow be some ironic twerp out for the LOLz then we'd like to douse the jacket in petrol and set it alight, preferably with him still inside it.
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