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Posts by diniro

If you ask some of the better SWD posters what their favorite 10 items they own, you're not likely to see the same thing twice. If you ask them how they arrived at their style, you'll probably get very unique, individualized stories. Some has an innate sense of style, some had to work a little, some had to work a lot at it. That's why it's hard to give out a single prescription. The best advice I can give is to just read a ton and be more observant. Look at blogs, forums,...
bottom half is cool. I don't like the sweater nor the scarf, especially not in that fit.
@oucho great style oucho.
I honestly dont even mind the gap even if it doesnt settle.
saw @in stitches on instagram
The only time i see new people getting ridiculed is when they're coming from a position of authority while dressing like doodoo (see the Terrible Fashion Blogs thread). This dude describes himself as a men's wardrobe consultant. People here in general are nice and helpful if you're actually earnest about wanting to learn how to dress better.
Well this #menswear trend peaked 4 years ago. If you wanna be super current trendy you gotta follow what the kids in this thread are doing: http://hypebeast.com/forums/off-topic/55613/page/909#4618601Get with the program dude.
I'm down if we can get something similar to those Bobcats, with a thick chunky sole. Short guys unite.
One point to illustrate how dude uses weasel words to obfuscate: he tries to refute the original claim that he moved and disconnected his phone by saying that he lives in a private building (so?) and that he didn't change his phone number (no one claimed this) and admitted he doesn't have a number now. None of this refutes the original claim. I'm sure someone closer to the situation can go through and disect that long rambling line by line
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